Among the many cool things that came out of Agenda last week was the 686 X Scion Racing Car called the “Numeric”—the first official snowboarding car. Marking the 20th Anniversary for 686 outerwear and clothing, the collaboration is unique in many ways mainly because the car was recreated inspired from a snowboarding and skateboarding brand. […]
Introducing the Snowboarding Car: 686 X Scion Racing Numeric
Ksubi Launches the Kolor Project -Beautiful Campaign for Colored Denim Incorporating Video and 80’s Muscle Cars
Another excellent short video from the denim scene is Australia’s Ksubi using colored denim, models, and 80’s muscles cars in a very unique vignette.
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.
The Urban Cycle Fashion Movement and the Cult of Transportation
When the journey surpasses the destination, and style and green ethics count too, you know you’ve located a worthy trend.
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.
Imprint Culture Lab Sponsored by Bread & Butter Brings Out the”Cult” in Pop Culture
With topics ranging from the Cult of Gaming, Cult of Transportation, Cult of Fashion Collaboration, and Cult of Crafts, this was a must-attend event for anyone working in the industries of pop (cult)ure. Part 1.
Car Culture in America Is Changing Fast Thanks to a New Generation of Drivers Taking the Wheel on What's Important and Why, and Reinventing the Industry Altogether
Fresh results from Label Networks' Fall Youth Culture Study 2008 indicate automotive changes among youth culture continue to carve out new trends and ideas that for some reason the auto industry (and corresponding agencies) simply don't get.