Nike SB Eric Koston 2 Max ‘Crystal Mint’

Nike SB has recently been consistently dropping the Eric Koston 2 Max in solid looking colourways, and it looks like that will continue to be the case. One of the upcoming styles sports a crystal mint and black upper with white midsoles. Expect these to arrive shortly at SB retailers in Europe and the US. They’re already available in Japan at Kinetics. Read more...

Daily Video: Kevin Abstract “Drugs”

Frontman and founder of alternative hip-hop collective AliveSinceForever, Kevin Abstract will be releasing his full-length album, “MTV1987″ on July 15th and in anticipation, one of the tracks has a new video. The “Drugs” was shot in a supermarket and tells a tale of the consequences of drug use. Clocking in at over eight minutes, it’s a lengthy clip but well worth listening all the way through. (Fast forward to 1:47 for the beginning of the song.) Read more...

Richard Sandler Photography

The career of New York street photographer, Richard Sandler began in 1977 when was given a Leica. He began photographing the streets of New York, tapping into the pulse of the ’80s. “You are recording your time,” says Sandler. “You are looking for trends. If you are in the street, you see it. You see everything on the street.” From his 5th Avenue furs to the graffiti strewn subways, Sandler brought the grit and the glamour of the Reagan era to the surface. Read more...

The Quiet Life 2014 Summer Lookbook

The Quiet Life unveils their Summer collection with a new lookbook. Showcasing their latest goods in a studio setting, the summer collection features new button downs, custom sublimated t-shirts, printed tees and tank tops, hats and bags. Woven throughout the collection are several mini capsules including... Read more...

The World’s Greatest Storyteller

T.Berry aka The World's Greatest Storyteller has been a street raconteur since the 1980s, his unique style and presence an integral fixture of the Greenwich Village bar scene. The epic, lewd and strangely profound tales caught the attention of photographer, Horatio Baltz back in 2010, and he has been documenting the wandering orator ever since... Read more...

The Amperxandt by Hedi Xandt

Hamburg, Germany-based uber-talented sculptor, Hedi Xandt’s work has been shown widely on multiple blogs and a range of magazines. Today though we take a look at one of his most recent pieces, “The Amperxandt.” Commissioned by New York’s political magazine, The New Republic, it depicts a marble-and-gold rendition of a snake nailed to a sinking skull, coiling into and ampersand form. A lot of symbolism going on here indeed. Take a closer look below. Read more...