Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

Mike Giant Preview of Cyclists of San Fransisco

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

I’m quite a big fan of Mike Giant and I just spotted these new pieces coming out soon, they look pretty awesome! I maybe a little late on this but still, its good shizzle!

Via Skull Press

Where The Wild Things Are X Lakai X Geoff Mcfetridge

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009




What a great collab, Where The Wild Things Are by Spike Jones, Lakai and Geoff Mcfetridge.

Go snap em up at Flatspot the tee shirt is banging.

Trailers: Where The Wild Things Are by Spike Jones

Bodega at Arkitip Indoor Art Collection

Thursday, November 19th, 2009


Rad idea, and I’m feeling the figure of 8 world champ inspired stripes I’d have that in my room… More here »

Via: Hypebeast

Jarvis Cocker – Further Complications

Monday, November 16th, 2009

Off topic but this is a cool video and a good track.

Director Stéphanie di Giusto puts Jarvis Cocker’s bendy frame to good use in this video for new single Further Complications.

via: CR

Damien Hirst for Supreme Skate Decks & Box Logo Tee

Thursday, November 12th, 2009





Another sick collab!

Damien Hirst and Supreme re-visit their old relationship in the upcoming release of a series of skateboard decks. In addition to the similarly styled decks comes a t-shirt as well with the slogan “Life’s a Bitch Then You DIE” on the back with the theme of the decks seen on the front graphic. The collection releases in-store in the US on November 19th and online on November 23rd. Japan will see a release on November 21st.

British artist Damien Hirst was born in 1965 in Bristol, England.

During the 1990s Hirst was known as a wild child in the art world and his work embodied both everyday realism and provocative sensationalism. Known for his ironic wit and cultural commentary, Hirst often explores the theme of mortality through a variety of mediums and techniques from installation work, to painting and sculpture.

A series utilizing preserved dead animals suspended in formaldehyde (including a shark, a sheep and a cow) catapulted Hirst to fame amidst controversy. The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, a 14-foot tiger shark immersed in a glassed display case of formaldehyde became the iconic work of British art in the 1990s. Its sale in 2004 made Hirst the world’s second most expensive living artist after Jasper Johns.

Hirst is known for his iconic graphic Spot paintings that depict rows of randomly-colored circles. Supreme will release a series of five individually designed decks and a Box Logo tee designed by Damien Hirst featuring his Spot paintings.

Available in-store November 19th and online November 23rd. Available in Japan on November 21st.

Via: Supreme

Gypsum Skull Sculpture by Michael Leon Metallic Red Edition

Thursday, November 12th, 2009


Michael Leon is ill!

Michael Leon presents his latest solid gypsum skull sculpture with this metallic red version. Weighing in at a hefty 7 pounds, the sunglass-totting sculpture comes in a set of 5 through a varied collection of 100 pieces in total. Each sculpture is hand-engraved with a signature and number. The sculpture is available at with a retail price of $250 USD.

Via: Hypebeast

Stevie Gee / Vengence is Coming

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

I know this has done the rounds and being a art head I couldn’t resist reposting see more over at the Stem Agency site. Awesome!





Your Mercury Ocean, skateboard art by Olafur Eliasson

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

This is interesting! a water like mirror finished skateboard deck… I’m not sure…




“Your Mercury Ocean” is the name of this skateboard designed by Olafur Eliasson. It’s another collaboration between Mekanism and artist / designer Olafur. It has 13-ply deck instead of a standard 7-ply. This extra thickness gave him the possibility to mill a 3d pattern on it. Afterwards, the deck received a mirror coating.

Via: Aarting

Robert Williams and Vans Vault for DQM

Saturday, October 24th, 2009

How fuckin sick is this! whoop there it is!

Robert Williams: Vans Vault x DQM from Jared Abe on Vimeo.

Via: HypeBeast

Steven Harrington Fine Art

Saturday, October 24th, 2009

Steven Harrington is rad! go buy his work


More dope S.H. over at Arkitip