Your Daily Dose of Dopeness
This certainly isn’t the first time we’ve shown love to Lichtfaktor, but I just came across a new series of theirs: Abstract. I think it contains some of their best work, as it eliminates all background setting and external light, and focuses solely on the graffiti itself. Many many (15) great pictures after the click.
You may have seen these on other sneaker sites a few days ago, but we’re going to be the first one to give you info as to where you can get them. There’s a store in Cali that is accepting phone orders for these. The shoe features a unique zippered back (obviously), and you know they gotta be expensive because: 1. There’s no price listed and 2. They come with a matching tote bag.
A favorite accessory within streetwear culture, the Eugene pack, is now available in an all-red colorway. Clean as a whistle indeed, but the earlier versions, Buzz Lightyear and Pacman, still rival this new all-red freshness. The red one is available at select Nike SB retailers, including in4mants, but if you’re liking the multicolored versions more… good news: the Buzz Lightyear is available for online purchase here.
Whoa, these are crazy. These Air Trouble Midtops feature a trippy psychedelic cosmic print on the side panels of the shoe which is complemented by an elastic neon purple heel panel. They might be a lil crazy for me but if you think you can rock them you can buy them now at colette.
Some high-end new stuff from NSW that includes waterproof terry cotton and some flywire tech. Gotta love the windrunner, AND you gotta love windrunners that are actually available for purchase at an English speaking website. They’re like 150 bucks, but they’re also super fly. Pick them up here.
Italian artist Filippo Perin is in a league of his own with his papertoys. Excuse my fruitiness, but his paper Air Yeezy’s are just about the cutest lil F-in things I’ve seen in while. This new project, called “MIKE”, is one that he did exclusively for a NSW temporary shop in Rome. They’re little dudes with shoebox heads and fresh kicks — kinda like the Sneakhype crew (minus the “little” part… we be beasts of men.)