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Slam Dunk x Jordan Brand – Officially Unveiled

Jordan Brand officially unveiled its so-called “Project X,” now known as Slam Dunk x Jordan Brand, a limited edition footwear pack featuring artworks from the popular Japanese manga/anime title Slam Dunk. Serialized within the pages of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump between 1990 and 1996, the basketball-themed manga … READ MORE

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Jordan Brand x Slam Dunk | Teaser Video

After much speculations and leaked images, Jordan Brand finally unveiled its so-called “Project X,” a limited edition footwear pack featuring artworks from the popular manga/anime Slam Dunk. Serialized on Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump between 1990 and 1996, the basketball-themed manga by writer/illustrator Takehiko Inoue centered on Hanamichi … READ MORE

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“This Is Janoski” by Pierre David and Desillusion Magazine | Video

Aside from the clips of them in action at the latest X Game or Street League Skateboarding competition, it isn’t often we get to see skateboarder’s life outside of the half-pipes and rails. That’s about to change thanks to “This Is Janoski,” a documentary short by film … READ MORE

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MYKITA for Palm Angels

German premium eyewear specialist MYKITA has produced a special edition of the definitive book on the L.A. skateboarding scene, Palm Angels, published by Rizzoli and filled with large-format photographs shot by Francesco Ragazzi, the Italian art director of Moncler. The MYKITA for Palm Angels edition comes in a black presentation … READ MORE

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LEGO x Moleskine – 2014 Notebook Collection

Brick Fans have been asking for it, so without ado here is the newest LEGO x Moleskine Notebook Collection. Measuring at 5 x 8.25 inches, or 13 x 21 cm, the hard cover, plain paper notebook comes with LEGO Minifigure themed graphics inside and out, as well … READ MORE

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PAPER Magazine Interviews James Jebbia, Hiroshi Fujiwara, Jeremy Scott and More for 30th Anniversary Issue

For its 30th anniversary issue, PAPER Magazine lined up interviews with 37 “artists, icons and iconoclasts” as part of the publication’s “Meet the Original Gangsters” feature. The project features interviews with trailblazers from the worlds of fashion, music, literature, photography, gastronomy, publishing, film and more. Notable OGs include … READ MORE

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Encyclopedia of Air Jordans

A new Kickstarter project aims to compile every Air Jordan in bound hardcover form. The Encyclopedia of Air Jordans is a labor of love for Jay Lawrence of Orlando, Florida, who spent the past five years gathering information for the book. The 10 x 8 inch volume contains … READ MORE

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“Banksy in New York” Book

You may recall the time Bansky took over New York City for an impromptu art show on our streets last year. Whether you were away from the city or were overseas and could not see the artworks in person, this new publication might give you the best … READ MORE

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Laurence King – The Art Game: Artists’ Trump Cards

In the increasingly digital age, it is refreshing to see a printed card game conceptualized, instead of an app for our smartphones and tablets. Laurence King worked with acclaimed art writer James Cahill and Copenhagen-based illustrator Mikkel Sommer on The Art Game: Artists’ Trump Card. These playing … READ MORE

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Sneaker Freaker x Nike – “Genealogy of Innovation” Book

Sneaker Freaker has teamed up with Nike to produce a hardcover compendium celebrating the Swoosh’s history of footwear design. Entitled the Genealogy of Innovation, the retrospective clocks in at 240-plus pages, beginning in 1971 with the release of the first Nike shoe to carry a Swoosh. From … READ MORE

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Paul d’Orléans – Cafe Racers: Speed, Style and Ton-up Culture Book

Making a huge resurgence in recent years, cafe racing was drawn by the rebellious nature of the iconic motorcycle movement. Popularized in England during the 1960s, the cafe racers were bikers that raced modded motorcycles and rode between 24-hour transport cafes in England. Motorcycle expert Paul d’Orléans … READ MORE