Fergus “Fergadelic” Purcell has been at the center of graphics for streetwear and skateboarding for years. He’s the man behind Palace Skateboards’ Tri-Ferg logo, and has done a number of collaborations with brands such as Stussy and Silas. He’s been given cred for bringing grunge-wear to the runway and crossing boundaries of music, fashion, art, […]
Shepard Fairey for MOCATV Talks Logos, Art X Business, Getting Lost Down YouTube Rabbit Hole
MOCAtv from the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, continues to pump-out creative video vignettes featuring unique angles on topics discussed among leading-edge artists for the some time now. Their latest features Shepard Fairey as he discusses in less than 2 and a half minutes, how he was inspired by an old-school Bell Logo marketing […]
Street Artist Zevs Liquidated Versions Show Takes High Finance Debacle Head-On
One of our favorite street artists, Zevs is known for tweaking iconic brands’ logos, creating a psychological liquidating effect through art and color.
DIY T-shirt Designs: Forecast for Summer 2010’s Most Creative Silhouettes That Eclipse the Original Graphics, Plus New Brands to Watch
What’s next in T-shirt designs from a stylistic and materials points of view indicate the growing importance of DIY silhouettes vs. graphics. Fresh street report.
French Street Artist ZEV and His Liquidated Logos Exhibition in Hong Kong Brings Culture Jamming to the Forefront%u2026Again
“Flipping the script” on corporate logos in an exhibition in the heart of Hong Kong’s high-end fashion district is a statement in and of itself.
Louis Vuitton’s”A Passion for Creation Exhibition” Exemplifies Art and Commerce Starting with Artist Richard Prince’s Pulp Fiction Wrap of the Entire Hong Kong Museum of Art
Ever since Marc Jacobs took the helm in ’97, French lux brand Louis Vuitton has pushed the limits of the meaning of collaborations. Here’s another big one.
Leroy Jenkin’s Continues to Push Trends in New Directions for Progressive Street Fashion with a Mix-up of Woven Shirts, Collegiate-Inspired Jackets, Fitted Caps in Florals Resulting in a Unique Sports Art-Inspired Collection
Ron Upperman from Leroy Jenkins is an inspirational person in progressive street fashion because he comes from a unique crossover background of educational training in animation and fine arts, as well as sports. As an athlete playing baseball all the way through college, not to mention playing basketball and football, his influences, along with his partner, have resulted in making their fashion brand Leroy Jenkins, a stand-out when it comes to overall results.