Our man Sole Junkie was on-hand painting live along with TokiDoki’s Italian artist Simone Legno demonstrating how sneaker art has been taken to new levels. Plus more women%uFFFDs kicks.
Sneaker Pimps, World’s Largest Sneaker Art Show, Brings-Out Top DIY Painted Kicks, Plus Top Artists Painting Live with Xbox360 in the Sponsor Seat
Fall Out Boy’s New Video Game Blends Music and Gaming for Greater Fan Interactive Fun
We’ve Moved! And What to Expect from Label Networks in the Near Future
Hot new Global Youth Culture Studies, Profile Reports, Daily Stories, Data, Forecasts, and more from Label Networks in 2009.
Street Art Meets Binary Code Technology: Legendary European Artist Space Invader Crafts New Messaging via Tiles in Binary Code Seen Only with iPhones Images
Low-tech meets hi-tech in the recent trends among street artists to re-introduce their work via new media formats.
Real Merch for Fake Bands Makes Rock Band 2 Even Cooler; Plus a Wrap-up of E3 Video Gaming Conference
Strike a faux-rocker pose with your avatar and create your own $69 figurine. This along with fake band merch now available to add to the interactive entertainment of RockBand 2.
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.
E3 Expo Wrap-up Report: How the Big 3 Plan to Entertain You, Plus Fresh Data on Youth Culture Gaming Patterns with Big Surprises on Who’s Playing More
E3 Expo brings the world of video gaming together with introductions to top new titles, entertainment platforms, and industry expert press conferences. Label Networks delivers what went down, plus fresh data on who%uFFFDs gaming most frequently and who%uFFFDs dropping off.
Mobile Conference NATPE Indicates Demand for Content is Most Important; Label Networks Quantifies What Key Features Type of Content is Most Desired by 13- 25-year-olds
Among top trends coming out from the NATPE Conference that took place in Las Vegas last week is that marketers are realizing that content is a key feature that’s driving the marketplace. As agencies continue to struggle with reaching end users via ads on mobile phones, it’s the producers of content that are making the connection. Some say this is a result of the iPhone and iPod generation, however as we’ve tracked at Label Networks globally across 13-30- year-olds in North America, Japan, China, and Europe -and in some cases, for the past 8 years -there are more reasons for the changes in key features demanded.
Defining the Technology Generation Gap: There Are Not Only Drastic Changes as a Result of the Gap Between Youth Culture, Parents, and Teachers, but Today, It’s also Happening Within This New Generation Itself
Fresh results from Label Networks’ Fall Study 2008 reveal where the technology gap is headed and how this is redefining markets in North America, Europe, Japan, and China.