Graffiti pioneer COPE2 had returned to Detroit to unleash a powerful new body of work titled JUGGERNAUT at Inner State Gallery. Here, the New York City-based graffiti legend showcased his many styles that have grown to epitomize the early 1980’s subway graffiti era and continued to become one of the most coveted art forms in contemporary art.
Today, Fred Perry Singapore shows us how a proper Pre-Record Store Day Party is done. In the seasoned-for-cool bounds of Chye Seng Huat…
Established in 1991, the iconic LA streetwear label XLarge, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Their Singapore exhibition features one-off collaboration pieces with artists in the region, with each showcasing their re-interpretation of the classic OG logo through various media.
A Vaultmag fave, Colorado-based artist Evan Hecox is known to depict the urban environment in his art. Chocolate Skateboards’ Modern Home series is bound to strike a chord with all modern architecture and design fans, us included.
Tell Your Children + Contemptcreations present TRASHOLD, a custom show which combines the realms of art and fashion. We love that they’ve brought new life to discarded clothing – something we believe everyone should try out to reduce waste. Check it.
Sick video of what’s in Brewdog’s Punk IPA – a classic favourite stocked in our fridges.
An illustrator from Singapore, @mistertucks has a philosophy of Skate & Illustrate. Quite simply, it means what it says. This collaboration piece with Real Skateboards puts that philosophy into play.
On September 24th, Vans will bring together 50 years of “Off The Wall” heritage in action sports, art, music and street culture at House of Vans celebrations in the Lion City. Click for details.
Starring Noah Beschen, THE WILD is a sick surf film of what surf dreams are made of.
Just released at SDCC 2016, this trailer for next year’s Wonder Woman film leaves us wishing it was 2017 already.
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.
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.