A Brooklyn-based dog-walking company named Woof-Tang Clan are being sued by Wu-Tang producer and rapper RZA. Woof-Tang Clan, who state on their website that they are courteous and responsible “as long as we’re in agreement that Nas’ Illmatic is the greatest album of all time”, were also selling t-shirts that incorporated the Wu-Tang logo and depicted dogs on hip-hop album covers. These have been removed from their read more »
You might recognise more than a few of the faces in accessories brand MCM’s newly-released holiday campaign video. Shot by Joe Cavallini, it features an all-star cast including models Barbie Ferreira and Hua Tsai and dancers Les Twins. Heading…read more »
Yusef Williams at Factory Downtown using Leonor Greyl
Thomas de Kluyver at Art Partner
Jenny Longworth at CLM using Gelish
David White at Streeters
Gwen Trannoy, Jordan Lee, Thomas Alexander
A stunning series of portraits by Atlanta-based husband and wife duo Regis and Kahran (aka CreativeSoul). “Afro Art” attempts to counter the lack of diversity in popular media by providing children of colour (particularly young girls) with positive images of themselves and their natural hair. See more images below.
Ho Chi Minh-born, Paris-based artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc highlights the delicacy of the dandelion puff with a luminous sculpture made with glass globes and gold-plated brass. See more images and video below.
When it comes to must-have items in fashion there is no ceiling to how much people will spend – especially when the item is extremely limited edition. Only last week a Louis Vuitton x Supreme sold a Pudsey Bear created for charity that eventually sold at £80k… it was for good cause though. The newest item that looks like it will be joining the ranks of insane resale prices is a pair of Chanel x read more »
Earlier this month, rapper Yung Lean released his critically acclaimed third album Stranger, which he then followed with a short film of the same name. His latest visual, a music video for his song “Metallic Intuition”, just dropped too – and it’s a bloody, messy, western prequel to “Stranger”.
The video is set “The Day After the Massacre”, and sees Lean…read more »
Following the untimely death of 21-year-old rapper Lil Peep, his videographer has shared a touching tribute video.
The video is titled ‘Are you really surprised you’re here?’ and is soundtracked by Peep’s recently released track “Downtown”. It begins on a flight, with Peep discussing his ventures: “You don’t expect any of this to happen but you don’t get here without working really fucking hard. Once you're here it’s not like you're surprised to be here it's like ‘fuck, I’ve done so…read more »