Jason “Jay Shells” Shelowitz is the mastermind behind the Rap Quotes project, in which typical-looking New York street signs are perched on various poles throughout the city.
Last night, NYC’s Irving Plaza was the setting of an all-out fusion of hometown rappers. Spanish Harlem's Bodega Bamz and Brooklyn's Flatbush Zombies joined forces in one merged show as part of their Better Off Dead tour, which is currently on the road.
At first Hannibal wasn’t comfortable letting the anaconda out because it is a truly vicious animal, but after an hour of talking and seeing that my photographer and I were not scared, Hannibal put on the rubber gloves and took the beast Jaws out of its cage.
We flew down to Miami a few days before Art Basel kicked off to participate in the Kobra Paint Project in Wynwood.
I recently got a chance to catch up with a fellow visionary, creator, founder, and all around influential figure in modern culture—Jeff Staple.
Created by FRANK151 founder Stephen Malbon, this coloring book decked in graffiti combines all the fun of FRANK, with contributions from artists such as Phil Frost, MQ, Futura 2000, Dr. Dax, and more.
Inspired by his friends, sportswear, street culture, and clubbing, Mazhar is primarily an accessories designer that manages to successfully use nostalgia to his advantage.
We’re joining forces once again with our homies at Hall of Fame to create a capsule collection of tees that commemorate the two latest FRANK books, Chapter 53: Diamond Life and FRANK151 x A$AP Mob: Harlem Edition.
Originally situated in front of the lens, being documented along with his crew, Kass eventually took his creative abilities and put them into action when he decided to grab the camera on his own and define his visual perspective.