After the huge success that was 'Cascade', being crowned 2010's leaders of the Nu Skool by ATM, and signing to Shogun Audio, The Prototypes have had a pretty big 12 months. Their latest tune, the aptly named, 'Born to Rise' dropped at the beginning of September and the 17th of October see's the guys feature on Shogun's showcase 50th release 'Way of the Warrior' it's all go in the Prototypes camp.
I've always been a fan of referring back to the great outdoors when it comes to streetwear design. Many lookbooks from brands recently have been set on a natural backdrop, and they've really grabbing my attention at the minute. Herschel Supply Co.'s latest offering does exactly this and does it well.
Allow me to introduce ASAP Rocky, the latest 'weirdo-swag' rapper to emerge from the scene who is set to take over New York City.
This young upstart has been billed as New York’s strongest up-and-coming act for a while now, and he is leagues ahead of the competition in my opinion. The likes of Tyler the Creator and Lil B come up short when up against this swag kid from Harlem.
Sadly HUF no longer has its three storefronts in San Francisco, all of which were within less than 2 miles of one another. Even its fledgling retail operation in L.A.’s Fairfax district has fallen by the wayside, but still the brand soldiers on, and continue to cater to their core market.
When it comes to graffiti there is very little Roger Gastman doesn't know. He's represented the scene as editor of countless artist monologues, curated the retrospective exhibition 'Art in the Streets', was consulting producer of the Banksy documentary 'Exit Through The Gift Shop' and has now brought together a collection of stories and imagery for his book 'Tools of Criminal Mischief'.
That same watch now has its own short promotional video. If, for some insane reason, you weren't sure about the GRX before this clip is bound to sway you.