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Fashion Sep 26, 2012

Puma x ASOS Black ‘Be A Creator’

For Fall/Winter 2012, ASOS launches ASOS BLACK x PUMA, a collaboration that fuses fashion and sport. The collection will comprise of 45 pieces including both apparel and a selection of accessories and showcases the use of technical sports… Read more
Art Aug 3, 2010

The Eye Writer

The Eyewriter, a relatively simple device, allows paraplegics the opportunity to draw. A simple description, sure, but the essential notion behind a communicative tool originally devised for graf writer Tempt One. The intent is to empower… Read more
Art Jan 4, 2010

Todd James: Make My Burden Lighter

Opening on January 15, 2010, Make My Burden Lighter offers an examination of “the sinful truths of American life with winsome cartoonish charm.” James, no stranger to New York having emerged from the buoyant graffiti scene of the early… Read more
Art Sep 30, 2009

Cloud by Ron English

Ron English took graffiti to new heights this morning by skywriting the word CLOUD five times across lower Manhattan. The text soon dissipates into… actual clouds. Read more
Books & Magazines Sep 24, 2009

Street Artists – The Complete Guide

Eleanor Mathiseon and Xavier A. Tapies, the authors of Street Art and the World on Terror (2007), release their new book Street Artists: The Complete Guide today. A fully illustrated journey through some of the biggest names in street art… Read more
Art Sep 23, 2009

Cope2 and Chor Boogie “Beauty & the Beast”

Curated by Pose2, the joint work of Cope2 and Chor Boogie will open on September 26, 2009 at Mid-City Arts. The exhibition, entitled Beauty & the Beast, brings together the graffiti artists from New York and California to highlight … Read more
Art Jul 15, 2009

Crash at Opus Underground

Crash has grown from establishing a name from murals throughout New York City to decorating guitars for Eric Clapton. Transitioning from graffiti to the the conventional art world, Crash’s bright and bold canvases retain the core feel of… Read more
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