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Never Second – FREE MIXTAPE VOL.1 – SPINDOCTOR

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First of a series of Mixtapes from our friends over at UK Streetwear brand Never Second. First up is one of London’s top Hip-hop spinners ‘Spin Doctor‘ with 30 minutes of classic Hip-Hop.

Free download/listen online at their website HERE.

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Louise Barry

Louise Barry portrait photographer for Dirt Cheap. See more of her work here.

Being an Art student is better than being a student of… Mathematics.

Stussy x David Shrigley

A video of one of my favourite artists David Shrigley, in his studio talking about his craft, made to coincide with the recent collaboration between the two.

These are a few of my favourite things…

Stussy, Marvel Comics AND Pete Rock… Shiiieeet!

Stussy x Marvel – DJ Pete Rock from Stussy on Vimeo.

Call for submissions for digital festival

Frequency 2011 – Lincoln Festival of Digital Culture

Between 21st and 29th of October 2011 Lincoln will become an interactive sensory playground that transforms how we think and feel about digital art.

We’re interested in how people use the digital realm to create and engage with art and culture. We’re looking for work that will inspiresurprise and excite people, no matter how old or young they are or how much they might know about art.

We’re now calling for proposals from artists to transform the city centre’s familiar heritage sites, to exhibit in its more traditional gallery spaces and to create pop-up galleries or cinemas around the city. We’re also interested to hear from artists who wish to host other artists that inspire them – particularly artists from another part of the world.

The Frequency Festival 2011 strands are as follows:

Citizen Science
Engaging young people to create art through involvement in science

Citizen Journalism
Engaging young people to report and review the festival via professional and social media

Unlocking the City
Artists transform or respond to architectural and heritage sites

City Hosts
Work curated by local artists in pop-up galleries

LoFi Arts Lab
Festival activities to engage visitors with creating art

Open
If you have another idea we’d like to hear it

Signature Programme
International work curated by the Festival Directors

Download an application form and guidelines, then return to frequency2011@thresholdstudios.tv

To best understand the spaces available, you can download and save a PDF with location specs for Lincoln City sites (please note – this is a large file and will take a little while to load!)

If you have any problems downloading forms or have any other enquiries please contactfrequency2011@thresholdstudios.tv

Really good opportunity for people, get involved!

Stussy x Goldie

Stussy x Goldie, for The Hideout & Gimme 5.
Promotional video for the new range of TShirts designed by Goldie for Stussy Japan.

STUSSY J DILLA DOCUMENTARY



Part one and two of a three part documentary on J Dilla.

On Saturday Febuary 13th, 2010 to celebrate the life of brilliant hip hop producer and rapper James “J Dilla” Yancey, Stussy released a limited edition tee shirt produced in conjunction with Stones Throw and the Dilla Estate. For the release, Stussy held a “Dilla Day” event at some of their North American stores. http://www.stussy.com for more details.

Not sure if been posted and not watched it yet but has mixed reviews!

Stussy x OTP crew

To celebrate the forthcoming exhibition: ‘It’s grim up north’ OTP are releasing a limited run T-Shirt in collaboration with Stussy. With only 100 being printed they’re certain to fly off the shelves! (at least ‘up north’ anyway!)

The Tee features the exhibit’s title image, created by OTP member Daisy1. It comes in 2 colour ways, yellow & red on a white tee, and red & white on a black tee. With a large print of the crews base towns up north on the back of the tee.

They will be available at the preview night and also at ‘Hip’ in Leeds, and outlets in London. vertical

black back detail

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BAPE STORE LONDON OPENING

check it here

courtesy of hypebeast