Street art, graffiti, vandalism–whatever you want to call it, it has become a multimillion dollar industry and can be seen displayed in virtually every city. How did this happen? Where did it all begin?
That’s where director Roger Gastman comes in, and presents us with Wall Writers, a documentary on graffiti in its innocence. Through unprecedented access to TAKI 183, CORNBREAD, and a host of other legendary writers, Wall Writers tells the story of a time when underprivileged city kids refused to keep lurking in the shadows, when the streets were so wild that fame and infamy became indistinct, when art became a democracy and self-promotion became an art.
Check out the trailer:
Release Date: TBA
While it is always a good cause to donate to charities who are aiding the victims and survivors of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan, now will be a good time to lend a hand towards local businesses and communities who are slowly starting to rebuild their life as well. Stussy has a chapter in the city of Sendi, an area that has been strongly affected by both the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan not too long ago. The team at Stussy has collaborated with Frank151 to create this special t-shirt to express that despite the disasters, they are still ‘Holdin’ it Down’ and staying strong.
All three versions will drop exclusively at Stussy Sendai Chapter and Black Store this Friday, March 30th.
Pic and Info: thefreshnessmag.com
French motion designer, Jules Guérin does an awesome job in his latest video, Remington Requiem, a one-minute animation piece inspired by comics, film noir and the BABX track of the same name.
My German friend is visiting this weekend.
BY EBBA Z, 16 YEAR OLD STUDENT FROM UMEÅ
I love everything in this look. The vintage jacket, the Dr. Martens Boots, the long red hair.
Pretty badass for a 16-year-old.
The Shoes drop the latest video for their track, Time to Dance, which was directed by Daniel Wolfe and stars Jake Gyllenhaal who plays a violent psychopath on a killing spree.
Just a heads up, it gets a little gory, and a little loud.