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Skull Rebel

We were lucky enough to collaborate with Los Angeles-based brand DRTY, who have an impressive range of pins, patches, hats, tees, and more, on this new Skull Rebel pin for the Selector project. Super stoked on how it came out! Free shipping in the US.

Skull Rebel Ig

TSOTW: California Love

This week’s T-Shirt of the Week goes to this fun new graphic from Speedy’s Liquor. California Love positions deceased rapper Tupac Shakur and The Smiths frontman Morrissey such that they seem to be in a romantic embrace. Named for the Tupac hit song, I was kind of surprised at how upset some people got about it all on social media.


Ruben’s Elevator

This video by Dress Code is kind of a trip…I’ve been lucky enough to meet “L.A.’s Oldest Manual Elevator Operator” and take a ride in his elevator, several times. He’s an amazing guy – sort of an old school gent, making new school friends every day. It’s incredible to think of all the friends he’s made going up and down the floors of the Art Deco building at 5514 Wilshire Blvd over the last 40 years. Via Booooooom TV.


The latest release from ridiculously talented Los Angeles-based artist CRYPTIK is out tomorrow at 8AM PST. Peep the ‘Satya’ Limited Edition Hanging Scroll, 14″ x 24″, in an edition of 150.


Between The Lines

Some more great coverage of the recent POW! WOW! LONG BEACH 2016 mural festival I helped produce, via Havoc TV. This clip features incredibly talented Hawaii-based artist Defer, who really has a lot of great things to say about the event, and really nails how much extra work goes into it. It also features amazing French artist Kashink, who I was lucky enough to meet during the event. There’s a chat super-accomplished photographer, Martha Cooper, who was also in Long Beach, documenting the event. And last but not least, a visit with my new friend Pantonio, who painted at the wonderful Aquarium of the Pacific.

Abstract Motion

Los Angeles-based streetwear brand The Hundreds have just published an interview with one of my favorite artists, Brendan Monroe, who recently participated in this year’s POW! WOW! LONG BEACH mural festival which I helped produce.