Here is an image from an upcoming collaboration between Stussy and W-Base on a BMX bike. Coming in a chrome/metallic blue colorway, the bike features lots of nice details and Oakley handlebar protection. No release date yet..
‘Save the Date’ Exhibition at Agnès b. @50 Howard street, New York, will include: Dan Colen, Ryan McGinley, Suitman, Rostarr, Harmony Korine and Jose Parla, this exhibition entitled ‘Save the Date’makes for a must see when the doors of Agnès b. open on April 1.
French magazine Be Street is about to release their issue 12. This time they have commissioned artist Shepard Fairey to do the cover design. Next to Shepard Fairey the new issue also features Johnny Cupcakes, Rusko, Yelawolf, P-Rod and lots of other interesting personalities, next to the latest in style and fashion.
French graffiti artist MIST recently put a comprehensive paint job together for Volkswagen’s New Beetle as part of an exhibition at Galerie Le Feuvre. The car’s newly defined exterior featured a high contrast approach with some subtle references to the car’s association with the bug of the same name.
Tristan Eaton’s new 3D art book is unreal. The pop artist and designer of the original Dunny/Munny characters has created the literary equivalent of leaving your eyeballs to soak in a dish of LSD overnight, with hallucinatory 3D effects applied to the work of a ‘who’s who’ lineup of pop artists. Put on your 3D shades and get a multi-dimensional eyeful of works by James Jean, HAZE, Junko Mizuno, Ron English, Nathan Jurevicius, Cey Adams, Stash, Mark Bode, Shepard Fairey, Tara McPherson, D*Face, Askew, Logan Hicks and many many more…
Over 100 artists contributed to this awsome book which is probably more fun than anything else you have on your coffee table right now. Not to mention 3D shades are mad styling.
The ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art) Gala Party in conjunction with made.com have joined forces in an upcoming event featuring several customized pieces of art work based on utilitarian products. Such well-known artists such as Damien Hirst and Chinese artist Ai WeiWei have come on board to work their personal styles over items such as bicycles. Other artists involved have been given mediums such as Piggy Bags, Arche Lamps, Champion Pro Football Tables and Hollander Bikes for their own interpretation. A full list of artists and information can be seen over at made.com. The preview exhibition will be held from March 23 – 27 at the ICA with a fundraising auction on March 29.