Timed around the upcoming release of our Chapter 52: China FRANK Book dropping July 31, we teamed up with guest curators CLOT to create a small capsule collection of pocket tees and tanks.
In recent years, several seed companies have been popping up all over the US. At the front of the pack is DNA Genetics, made up of two guys from Southern California that moved to Amsterdam, Netherlands to legally open a seed business.
Launched in 1990, André’s “The Last Word” illustration was regularly published in The Source for 17 years. The likes of Nas, Jay-Z, Biggie, and the Wu-Tang Clan have all been depicted in Davis’s signature caricature style.
After two years of scrubbing fallout, people have finally begun to move back to the area around Fukushima, Japan. Residents are beginning to realize that the town they've moved back to is much different from the town they left, and they've got the photos to prove it.
Curators of our sports book, Chapter 24, No Mas just dropped a collection of very fresh t-shirts as a tribute to great works of sports literature.
If you owned a whole fucking country, you would probably build yourself the biggest, most ridiculous palace the public coffers could support.
KIZER recounted that before 2005, there was virtually no graffiti on the streets of Israel. "The walls, storefronts, highways, bus stops... the country was virgin, graffiti was something new and unknown."
Last night Gary, IN rapper Freddie Gibbs and Bay Area ratchet princess Lil Debbie played the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn as part of Scion AV's Open Mic series. From Nashish Scott's photos, you can tell it got appropriately sweaty.