racking the growth of secondary markets and non-industrial manufacturing solutions.
Eco Round-up: Patagonia’s Common Threads X EBay; Bamboo Cars and Locally Harvested Solutions
Fall Youth Culture Study Reveals Vital Consumer Market Trends in Advertising, Sponsorship, Action Sports, Fashion, Footwear, New Media, Technology, Spending, and More
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 70th Anniversary Brings 650,000 Riders to the Black Hills of South Dakota
Collaboration Round-up: BMW Art Cars and Jeff Koons; Coca-Cola and Karl Lagerfeld
Still an energizing force in grabbing attention, these two collaborations are interesting because they cross over fashion, cars, beverages, art, and retail.
Vespa Culture Continues the Cred-Factor of Cool Found In the Cult of Transportation
How Getting from Point A to Point B Has Become a Lifestyle from Ruckus Riders to Fixed Gear, DIY Harley’s, to Ubiquitous Vespas. LA’s newest store showcases the best, the retro, the garage, the apparel.
T-shirt Graphics from the Dub, Lowrider, and After-Market Car Culture Scenes Attribute to the Most Core Urban Graphics in Apparel, Indicating a Source of Where Many Designs Come From and Why
This graphics round-up shows the power of the streets influencing design stretching from gang-influenced messages to downed ghetto birds and a strong “Straight Outta Compton” vibe. It doesn’t get more core than this.
Dub Show Tour Kicks-off in LA with Tricked After-Market Cars, Lowriders, and Enough Bling to Prove a Recession-Proof Subculture Does Exist
This event, featuring hot cars, hot girls, big rims, and pimped rides, makes it tough for even hot performers like Ice Cube and Jim Jones to measure up.
Automotive Preferences in American Youth Culture Provides Insight on What the Big 3 (and 4, 5, 6, 7) Should Really Be Doing to Attract the Next-Gen Buyers
As bailout talks consumer mainstream media, Label Networks’ data from the youth culture marketplace tells what’s really important for new buyers and why.
The Cult of Transportation: How Getting from Point A to Point B Has Become an Art Form and Lifestyle from Ruckus Riders to Fixed Gear, Drifters and DIY Harley’s
Part 3 from the Imprint Culture Lab sponsored by Bread & Butter delivers on the lifestyle of transportation and what it means to this new generation.