What a dope project!! The video was very insightful, we tend to only see the end result, if even we end up so lucky. Theres so much that goes into large projects, and I’ve had huge head aches and sleepless nights and I’m super small time. I can’t imagine what went into making this happen. What eve it was, I’m grateful! Enjoy!
Canadian lifestyle brand Pardon Le Dopeness presents an exclusive behind the scenes look at the photo shoot for their newest installment. Soundtrack Performed by Lemon – “Bang Bang” Production by Sean Fisher Cover of “Bang Bang” by Cher.
PLD is a dope lifestyle brand out of Toronto, one of the owners is a graffiti writer that really be out chea lol! I’m proud to see big things happen for them! I’m definitely inspired by them and they stay putting out quality and really cool designs out.
Peep game www.pardonledopeness.com
In this episode of Subculture Club Trasher Lab takes you to the studio, the warehouse, the party, the home and the private office space of some of the most influential screen printers in Los Angeles, California. You have seen their posters, their t-shirts and their prints all over your city. Now get an intimate look into the art, the inspirations and the business behind screen printing.
Daim is a ground breaking artist to me. Anybody who’s into graffiti and s put on to Daim tries to do his style one way or another. I won’t front, I tried but it really wasn’t my lane, I quickly learned that some things belong to the owners and creators. But what he did teach me was to pay attention to detail and just because I use a spray can doesn’t mean I can’t be photo realistic.
Enjoy the video!
Dope interview with Steve “ESPO” Powers at his studio in downtown Brooklyn. easily one of my favorite artist, his work instantly captured my attention and I had to do my homework. Steve Powers helped me discover the world of sign painting and see graffiti in a new way. I learned to respect the art of letters. This isn’t about me lol so enjoy the interview!
Australian duo Dabs & Myla are a true artistic representation that you “get back what you put in.” Having been partners both in art and romance for over 7 years, their inventive and daring approach is a byproduct of both their adopted home of Los Angeles as well as their unique collaborative ability that is unmatched in the competitive art world. Never afraid to give priority to individual works rather than an individual’s feelings, the result is always something that Dabs & Myla can both be proud of. It would be wise to heed their words: “the harder you work, the luckier you get.
Dan Madsen aka Dusty Signs is a traditional sign painter who does his work with a brush and his hands.
I’ve always been into hand painted signs, there’s a real craftmanship that goes into it. The movements are smooth and pure and seems like you’d have to have patience to paint. Sort of the same way I paint graffiti. I found this on the next cause lately I’ve been back on my content surfing game and thought it was cool, especially being that he looks like a young dude keeping the tradition going.
Check out Dan Madsen’s work here: dustysigns.com
Copenhagen headphone purveyors AIAIAI give us a greater understanding of the modern aesthetics and acoustic quality for which the brand is known, and how they aim to contribute to an ever-growing audio landscape.
New Era’s newest flagbearer is Eric Haze. Haze has designed some of the most iconic [sub] culture logos of all time for clients including The Beastie Boys, Delicious Vinyl, Cold Chillin, Stussy, LL Cool J, EPMD, and Headbangers Ball. Check him out, and the rest of New Era’s flagbearers here:
I swear I can watch Haze do his thing all day! His pieces are like icons, they are the epitome of graffiti in an icon and logo type form. Very clean and technical but you can tell it was done by hand, a steady doctor like hand.