Jun 18, 2010


In less than two weeks, KAWS, an artist based straight out of Brooklyn NY, will open at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. With his raw talent and innovative approach, KAWS has repeatedly drawn a thin line between fine art and what the mainstream is accustomed to. In his first solo exhibit expect to witness not only the work he is known for (street, art, graphic designs, etc), but also the release of exclusive, paintings, sculptures, and drawings. So here are the facts. Opening Date: June 27, 2010. Place: The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. Time: 2:30-5:30pm. The show runs until June 2nd, 2011, so don’t let 2010 end without checking the exhibit out. You won’t regret it.

258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877

Jun 17, 2010


new Skytop II drops in Grey/Lime Suede this month.

Jun 16, 2010


The saying, “anything that can go wrong, will”, definitely reared its ugly head as its true meaning came to light tonight. The event, “Sounds like Paper” was supposed to be a free and fun concert by Paper magazine and Ray Ban that featured artists Drake, Hanson and Ninjasonik, but long before the night was over, all hell let loose. It all started with the assholes that seemed to have goals of ruining what was set to be a good show, to the faulty sound system, to the long wait time, and then an even longer sound check by Hanson. Not to mention, the doubts the fans had about the possibility of Drake actually even showing up was the icing on the cake. But let’s back it up real quick. In the beginning of the show, Dj. Roofeeo got on the turntables and got the crowd ready to rock with some banging tunes. Once the crowd was hyped and ready to see the show, Ninjasonik made their way to the stage to perform their latest hit, “Bars”. After that, the crowd was amped to see Drake come out, but he did not show. Consequently, a rush of viewers broke down railings which in turn started fights, pushing, and bottle throwing. Of course the show had to stop but the chaos continued as tables, chairs, and even more bottles began being thrown from the balcony of UNO’s . So what was the end result? Over a thousand disappointed fans. But still, much love goes out to Ninjasonik for doing their thing.


Jun 15, 2010


South Street Seaport
Fulton & South Streets, Pier 17
New York, New York 10038

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Jun 9, 2010


Thanks to Mishka’s June 4th opening of Coop’s, “Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell” show, the world had an opportunity to experience a show that was not only mystifying and intriguing, but one that was inspiring on so many levels. The showcase was primarily influenced by a prior collaboration with NagNagNag on the Boryoku Genjin Kaiju figure but the well-known Coop made sure to include other sketches , paintings, special edition t-shirts, and a featured item from NagNagNag. The show will run until the 16th of June so there’s still plenty of time to check it out at 350 Broadway in Brooklyn.


Jun 6, 2010


If you want a “noo” and exclusive way to block out the sun, then be on the lookout for a cutting edge design by ‘Nooka’. By Mid-June, the brand known for being sleek, playful, yet sophisticated, will take the world by storm once again with the introduction of their first modern eye wear collection, “Nooka Mercury”. Not only is the design hot, but the highlighted feature, colors ranging from neon blue to simple black and white, will make this line of sunglasses vibrant! Check it out.

Jun 5, 2010


On Thursday, June 3rd 2010 New York’s bad boys, NinjaSonik, held their opening reception for “Somebody Gonna Get Pregnant”. With NinjaSonik showing over fifty 12 inch vinyl sleeves, painted and designed by various artists,this art show definitely lit up the Front Street gallery in Brooklyn. If you weren’t able to make the opening don’t pass up the chance to check out their work; the exhibit will remain on display until June 25th. It is definitely a must see; but don’t just take my word for it, just look below to check out some of the photos of their art work and much more!

Jun 3, 2010