Your Daily Dose of Dopeness
Last week on July 24th, Diamond Supply Co. celebrated their grand opening of the Diamond Skate Plaza in the Boyle Heights area of East Los Angeles. With help from Rob Dyrdek, Street League, and the City of Los Angeles, Diamond was able to make this project a reality. The skate plaza is open to the public now, and here’s a re-cap of the grand opening.
The summer is barely halfway over, and if you’re still in need of a dope swimsuit then Black Milk has you covered. These superhero swimsuits are the perfect option for standing out at the pool. Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are all available, and you can order yours here.
This split-level home in Hong Kong is one of the most futuristic pads I’ve seen. The entire house was remodeled to meet the owner’s specification of having the Ferrari on display in the middle of the house. There’s a total of 4500 square feet in the residence, and the extensive use of glass & steel is incredibly present.
Long known as a balanced and prestigious voice of the nation, The New York Times has released the first piece of its 6-part editorial series that urges political leaders in the United States to legalize the use and sale of marijuana.
BLACKMANUFACTURING just dropped some new pieces for summer this year. The collection features 5 new tees, most of which feature camo accents. Also included is two new lightweight parkas in a couple different color options. Head over to their webstore now to purchase.
This new single from Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and Ty Dolla $ign is set to be a part of the TMNT movie’s soundtrack. The song was produced by Kill the Noise & Madsonik. TMNT in theaters August 8th.
The Polaris Slingshot is officially ready to hit the road. The Slingshot is a 3-wheeled roadster that is a mix between a motorcycle and a sports car. 3 wheels, 2 seats, and 173 horsepower, it seems like one fun automobile to own. Pricing starts at $19,999, and you can get more info here.
Over the weekend at Comic Con, the tailer for Mad Max: Fury Road was finally released. Fury Road, the 4th installment of the Mad Max franchise, is set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where violence is the norm. The influence of the original films is very apparent throughout the trailer. Let’s hope Fury Road lives up to its predecessors.