Founded in 2013, Throttle Roll has grown to become one of the world’s most unique custom bike events, one that brings together Australia’s custom culture and bike communities.
The King of Benoa wake tournament held in Bali Wake Park last month. The tournament saw some of the best wakeboarders and wakeskaters in the world compete in one of Asia’s newest wake parks. It was no surprise that Daniel Grant from Thailand clinched the crown for both the Pro wakeboard and wakeskate divisions. Check […]
Hong Kong Artist and Urban Toy Designer Michael Lau is known to be a pioneer in his field. What? We: Want! is his expression on the subject of digital dependency in today’s urban landscape.
In 2009, Eric Koston revealed that he would be releasing his own skateboarding shoe with Nike. Fast forward to 2016, and you know it’s a shoe you won’t be disappointed with.
2 of our favourite artists – Michelle Valigura and Amanda Visell, have just released two new resin sets to add to your designer toy collection.
This exhibition is the latest larger than life showcase of the artist so fondly known as KAWS, an American Contemporary artist who is no stranger in the Pop Art Universe.
The city never sleeps after all. David Ngiam gets some late night shots of these skate owls at Raffles Place. One of them – Lepham runs Por Vida Skateboarding, a skate school for kids. Check them out!
Meet Melvin, Front of House King at The Cajun Kings. The first to bring the Original Louisiana Seafood Boil to Singapore circa 2012. Join their #grubolution.
New Era collaborates with New Balance to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the MT580. Read on to find out more about the collab.
“I was always looking for inner beauty and struggle.” Anton Corbijn
Meet Carlos Ruiz. He is an OG influencer, and his story is amazingly documented in this 2-part video series ‘Sole Searching in South America’. Oh yes, he now has his own shoe – The adidas Originals x SPEZIAL New York ‘Carlos’ Sneaker.
Portuguese artist Vhils, also known as Alexandre Farto (1987) has descended upon Asia’s shores. His groundbreaking carving technique – which forms the basis of the Scratching the Surface series, has been hailed as one of the most compelling approaches to art created in the street in the last decade.
Thinkspace Gallery presents L.A’s 1st exhibition of Etam Cru, in Galimatias. Etam Cru is made up of individual muralists Bezt and Sainer who have transformed facades into walls that speak.
Banksy has released a latest body of work bringing awareness to the Syrian refugee crisis. In true Banksy style, the messaging rightly draws attention to the lack of empathy the refugees are facing.
There is a clarity in the chaos of Soh Ee Shaun’s Art. His spontaneous, non-linear perspective remains in his current solo exhibition “Looking In is the Only Way Out”, running now at Mulan Gallery in Singapore.