-Take The Originators classic black/white logo and create your own logo.
-Keep in mind who we are as a Brand, who our Customer is, and what we Represent.
-The Contest deadline date is December 1st, 2010.
-The 1st design chosen will receive $200.00 worth of The Originators product.
-2nd design chosen will receive $150.00 worth of The Originators product.
-3rd design chosen will receive $100.00 worth of The Originators product.
-Your design may be included in our Spring/Summer 2010 Collection.
-Email your designs to firstname.lastname@example.org
***Get it going and have fun with it!
Footage from the Roc Raida Tribute courtesy of V-Tech with performances by Beat Junkies & X-ecutioners DJ’s: Rob Swift, DJ Precision, Sean C, Boogie Blind, D-Styles, Mr. Choc, J-Rocc, Rhettmatic and more.
Kenny Scharf has just completed his mural on the Bowery in NYC. The legendary wall that Keith Haring once painted is now curated by Kathy Grayson of The Hole who chose Haring’s close friend, Scharf to paint the latest mural, which depict the New York artist’s trademark colourful characters.
YelaWolf goes back to Peoples Park in Berkeley where he spent a year as a homeless skater kid, where he tells his story, and then to Different Fur Studios to record a piano/vocal rendition of “Pop The Trunk”.
It’s been a while since we’ve had an update on Nate Dogg, the west coast legend who’s graced the hooks of massively successful hits by the likes of Dr. Dre, Ludacris, Eminem and 50 Cent, among others.
In December 2007 and September 2008, the crooner suffered two strokes that left him partially paralyzed and has been undergoing rehabilitation to re-learn basic motor functions, including speech and walking. “He’s getting good therapy and he’s pulling out of it,” Warren G said back in January.
In a recent interview with HipHollywood.com, longtime collaborator Warren G discussed recent Nate’s progress, revealing that the singer is still in therapy and is asking that fans and peers help out.
“Nate is in a lot of therapy right now. We actually got a website coming out where people can send donations,” Warren explained. “That’s gonna help out with him, help him get back on his feet. Plus us in the industry, we’re gonna do a lot to help out with him.”
Will Nate Dogg recover and sing again? Warren G isn’t sure, but remains hopeful.
“Everybody just gotta keep him in their prayers, cause he had two strokes and that’s real dangerous. And a lot of people don’t come back from that,” he said. “Luther Vandross did it, so hopefully Nate can do it. Cause the game needs him, I need him.”
At press time, when the website — where donations would be taken for Nate Dogg — would be launched was unknown.
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane has brought his comedic animation to the basketball court making a short inspired by the Nike LeBron VIII shoe. Have you ever wondered how your sneaker would treat you if the shoe was on the other foot? MacFarlane gives this idea a comedic spin as part of his Cavalcade of Comedy series, this animated short features the LeBron VIII shoe as a NBA player and LeBron James as the shoe neatly tucked into a shoe box. The Cavalcade series takes Seth’s crazy sense of humor and pokes fun at today’s topics.
Mac been working in Campeche, Mexico for the last couple weeks as part of the second installation of the Seres Queridos project. The first was in Monterrey earlier this year. This lady represents Pomuch, Campeche, and specifically their Dia de los Muertos tradition.
If there is something that you can simply not go wrong with, then it is classic Nike Dunk Lows. For Spring 2011 Nike Sportswear presents the Dunk Low Vintage Pack. The pack consists of overall 4 colorways of the sneaker. Via Warp Magazine Jan. 2011 Issue.
Skratch Bastid presents his “Another Brick in the Wall/Flashlight” routine, using 2 turntables and 3 pieces of vinyl – double copies of Parliament’s Flashlight 12″ and Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall 7″.
The Magda Danysz Gallery in Paris recently presented new works from JonOne. His everlasting support to street art is once again made clear, through this exhibition highlighting a series of works from the New York-based artist. Offered below are shots from the opening, with the show itself being on display to the public through December 24th, 2010. Further information is available through the Magda Danysz Gallery website.
Magda Danysz Gallery
78 Rue Amelot
High art has seen many prolific artists, and the Japanese-born, New York-bred Madsaki is amongst them. Madsaki sees the release of his flagship figure – an anthropomorphic rendition of his signature, and methodically calculated, 3-dimensional symmetrical shapes. The resin figures are adorned in ivory and stealth black colorways, and crated in a paulownia wooden box.
Originally only available if you bought the 1982 album.
1. The Lottery
2. All Night feat. Kali
3. The Darkest Cloud feat. Chace Infinite
4. Weird Science
5. Put It Down f. Ghetto & Ea$y Money
6. Never Gonna (Interlude)
7. Word Up
8. The Dream feat. REKS
9. 82 92 feat. Mac Miller (Bonus)