La MJC (AKA Michael Dupouy) and his annual street culture bible All Gone is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a commemorative line of outrageous cars in collaboration with Smart and Ed Banger records.

The collaboration sees 10 Smart Cars wrapped up in the eye-catching prints of each year's edition of of the publication. The cars will be revealed this weekend at the Mondial De L’automobile in Paris, where one of the editions will be selected by the public for a limited production run.

La MJC started All Gone to create a rich documentation of the street scene and pay tribute to the best of street culture by showcasing each year's most appealing and innovative projects. Ten years later and the books now form something of encyclopedia, detailing the trends of each passing season.

The news follows another announcement just days ago that saw the unveiling a special All Gone x Diadora sneaker, also to celebrate the 10th anniversary.

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