It will be an achievement that will entice skateboarders, BMX, rock climbers and more once the Britain-based Guy Hollaway Architects build the first multi-story park in Folkestone, UK. Plans have just been unveiled with a public meeting for questions on what to expect from this extraordinary urban park—part of regeneration process. The site is based […]
World’s First Multi-Story SkatePark in the Works by Guy Hollaway Architects
Culture Jamming Round-up: The Red Ball Project by Kurt Perschke, and Manifest Destiny by Mark Reigelman
The crossover of street art into inspiring creative advertising is a subculture we define as culture jamming and one that not only provides a sense of relief and humor to the trials of everyday life, but clever ways of reusing urban public spaces to be seen in completely different ways. One of our favorites currently […]
Banksy’s Back in London; Architect Frank Gehry Designs Grammy Merch
Banksy siting in London. Courtesy of Wooster Collective.Thanks to Wooster Collective once again for this fun tip on a Bansky siting. Looks like the notorious street artists with a message has another to share just in time for the Holiday season: “Sorry! The lifestyle you ordered is currently out of stock.” 54th Grammy Awards poster […]
Venues: X/Y Tribes in the House
How Architecture, Entertainment Venues, Runway Shows, Retail Spaces Need to Address the Importance of Attracting a New Youth Culture
14oz. Magazine Launch from Berlin’s”Store of the Year” Brings Welcomed Retail and Brand Portfolio Concepts Together
Co-founded by Karl-Heinz Muller of Bread & Butter, 14oz. as a store and now magazine feature a 360 view of style, credibility, brand lifestyles, and customer experiences.
Skate Study House Premieres Innovative Skate Deck Furniture at Sneaker Boutique Blends at Famous 4th Street Gap in Downtown LA
Recycled skateboard decks mixed with modern architectural designs have made the Skate Study House collection a show unto itself.
X/Y Tribes in the House: How Entertainment Venues, Runway Shows, Retail Spaces Need to Address the Importance of Attracting Today’s Youth Culture Markets
Entertainment venues, like any other industry trying to be relevant by 2010, need to address the importance of attracting youth culture markets, namely 13-25-year-olds.