Ron English’s urban vinyl toys. Images by Arrested Motion. Known for great characters, mix of toys, paintings, and surreal art, Ron English’s latest exhibition at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, Los Angeles features the crossover of Americana trends and military influences into the urban vinyl doll space. Colorfully surreal forest scene by Ron […]
Street Art Round-up: Ron English and Popaganda Urban Vinyl Dolls; Wooster Collective X Taschen Street Art Calendars
The Rise of Steampunk: Growing Influences with Antiquated Technology, Industrialization, Goth, and DIY, Steampunk Has Become Yesterday’s Future
Steampunk has captured the attention of a new generation fascinated with the Victorian era, but coming from an age of technology. Result = punk, antiquated steam-engine subculture influencing fashion, music, entertainment, and clever inventions.
Palais de Tokyo -Home to Parisian Artist Andre’s BlackBlock Store, Urban Vinyl Toys, Graffiti Art Books, Design, and Street Lifestyle
There’s a reason Paris hosts some of the best concept stores in the world, but one of the best concept “spaces” is Palais de Tokyo, home to Andre, street culture, books, caf%uFFFD, fashion exhibitions.
Success of Largest Anime Expo Illustrates Importance and Influence of Anime, Manga on Youth Culture in Entertainment, Fashion, Accessories, and Lifestyles
Character fashion crosses over into the real-world while fans of one of the fastest growing forms of entertainment take trends to the next level. Let’s just say there’s no recession here.
Japanese Fast-Fashion Retailer Uniqlo Rises Above the Retail Fray, While Beams Launches CultuArt Tapping into the Sales of Japanese Urban Pop Culture
Mickey Gets an Urban Make-Over with Bloc28 Program Featuring Re-Interpretations by Top Street and Graffiti Artists Courtesy of Disney
Fresh exhibition pics illustrate how Disney has turned to street and graffiti artists to bring cred to the world’s most famous Mouse.
Street Fashion X Graffiti Art at THELABELLAB Exhibition at Crewest Gallery Featuring Drifter, David and David, Pretti Vacant, with a Special Feature”Bomb It” -The Graffiti Documentary
In what’s becoming a growing movement in street fashion and art collaborations, on May 17, 2008, the 2nd LABELLAB Exhibition took place at Crewest Gallery in downtown Los Angeles featuring live fashion art creations and installations by LABELLAB members’ Drifter, David and David, and Pretti Vacant Accessories, with a special screening of “Bomb It” -The Graffiti Documentary by Jon Reiss. The Exhibition was an exciting opportunity for emerging street fashion brands to depict their independent style through artistic interpretations in a unique gallery in downtown Los Angeles.