March 2010 SNEAKHYPE
I’ve previously stated that Creative Control is one of my favorite websites as of late. Not only do they direct/edit/create dope videos but they work with some great artists as well. Producer Ski Beatz remixed The Disco Biscuits song “You & I” and Creative Control produced a sick video to go along with the remix. Word on the street is The Disco Biscuits and Skit Beatz are also going to do a mixtape together titled, Ski Biscuits. Check out the video after the jump.
Imaginary Foundation has got to be the most under-hyped brand I know of. Rarely do you find an entire product line that is so artistic, inspiring, and thought-provoking. Their art can be purchased on tees, prints, skate decks, and more. All of which can be found and purchased at the IF website. Shirts run about 30 bucks, and prints: 75.
Say what you will about the Red Sox or the Nationals, but these Vans are so sick. The Boston ones are a version of the Vans Authentic LX model, however the Nationals appear to more resemble the Eras. The Red Sox come out on April 3rd, and the Nationals on the 5th.
G-Shock is looking to revisit its roots of rugged practicality with the upcoming release of their new “Master of G Series” colorways. Both models feature a blue hue that is supposed to be based on the blues of the sky & ocean. They’re made for professional diving, they’re solar powered and effin sexy. Though these colors aren’t yet available, the same model in other colors are. Just checked google shopping and found a few, as well as, on Amazon.
Desk bling — kapow. Usually, novelty computer accessories are worthless pieces of sh*t, but this LEGO brick mouse hopes to reverse that trend as it is: wireless, optical, has left and right click, and has a clickable scroll wheel. Compatible with Mac/PC/anything with a USB slot. Available for about 30 bucks online, and comes in red, white, or blue.
Apparently the person that wanted this house built has the exact same requirements that I would have. One, to have a really tall tree somewhere in the house. Two, to have a 9-car garage with an elevator so that one car could be viewed from the living room. Easily one of the dopest houses I’ve ever seen.