April 2011 SNEAKHYPE
The Herschel Supply Company comes straight out of Canada ay! Steeped in tradition the brand brews up a solid mix of traditional bags that have clean lines built around quality. Don’t be fooled by the throwback exteriors of these bags, they come jammed with all the functionality of modern bags. They just have a little extra sumptin’… style. Get your grubby mitts on them here. Source: Druther
Artist D*Face recently worked his magic on a 60 ft outdoor wall at the Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles to promote his new solo show Going No Where Fast. Some people post up fliers at coffee shops to promote their art shows. D*Face decided he didn’t want to waste the paper so he slapped this behemoth up on the wall. Source: Juxtapoz
Do Ho Suh (Pronounced “Imm-a Gangsta”) is stepping on the competition in the art game….literally. Originally from Seoul, Korea he has managed to become one of the World’s top artist by showcasing the dynamics of personal space versus public space, or exploring the fine line between strength in numbers and homogeneity, Do-Ho Suh’s sculptures continually question the identity of the individual in today’s increasingly transnational, global society. For those of you who only speak ebonics, it means he’s more talented than Charlie Sheen’s nasal capacity. Check, check, check it out!
It looks like the time has finally came, that the almighty iPhone 4 in a white colorway comes out. I’m just curious how many people will try to ditch their current iPhone just to get the same phone in a different color. Still looks pretty ballin’, and it’ll be available with Verizon and At&t.
Possibly the dopest pair of headphones I’ve ever seen. That being said, unless I just had an ungodly amount of money, I would never spend $1000 on a pair of headphones. Although they’re only going to be 50 pairs made, and I know the sound quality will be glorious. I just can’t justify it.
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