To call the Rolling Stones a band who made an impact on global pop culture would be an understatement if there if ever there were one. With their own personal history spanning literally more than half a century, these key figures in the history of rock ‘n roll specifically played a huge part in the crucial music period […]


16 Sep
Classic kicks get the street mural treatment

Keith Haring, street artist and beloved social activist, was the mind behind the legendary “Crack is Wack” street mural that has been lighting up the park in East Harlem since 1986. And now its iconic images go to Reebok footwear, who also has its roots to popularity tied deeply to the 80’s. In fact, Reebok […]


4 Mar
A weekend of two-wheeled training with the Ducati Yoda

We gotta be honest about our riding skills. There are few things more viscerally exciting than riding a motorcycle well, but if we’re ever going to rinse a bike for something close to whatever it’s worth, we need to drastically improve our cornering skills. It seems like spending a weekend with Keith Code and his […]


18 Dec
LIAS compiles the best for your feet of the past year

Well it’s that time of year again when we recap what we think were the best footwear offerings of 2013 — be they boots, slippers, high-tops, low-tops, sandals, whatever (OK, clearly no sandals). Like many of y’all out there, we have a soft spot in our decrepit hearts for sneakers, and shoes of all sorts, […]


4 Oct
Reebok taps famed New York artist for Fall/Winter 2013

Earlier this week we showed you the Jean-Michel Basquiat x Reebok “Affili’Art” sneaker collection, and now it’s time for the Keith Haring estate to get in on the retro footwear action. The artwork of the famed New York artist is cleverly incorporated onto classic 80s Reebok silhouettes such as the Ex-O-Fit, Freestyle Hi and Classic […]


29 May
Chuck D, Flavor Flav & Bomb Squad get their day in the sun

One of the most important musical acts across genres to come out of the 1980s — and the second greatest hip-hop band of all time (Wu) — Public Enemy is finally getting its just deserved day in the sun. The oft slept-on group bombshell that is P.E. not only militarized the face of hip-hop, but […]


28 May
Atlanta's twisted answer to Kool Keith returns with new LP

Things can’t seem to go right for Atlanta’s twisted answer to Kool Keith, the man known as Gucci Mane. After being arrested for hitting a soldier with a beer bottle at an ATL club, Gucci allegedly responded to the judge’s inquiry if he was guilty by saying, “Bitch I might be.” Well turns out this […]


9 Apr
From hanging with Keith Harring to painting planes in Arizona

When we last saw the Boneyard Projects, it was for ROA’s Night Flight video (coincidentally we just previewed some ROA x SK8room decks below). This time The Boneyard Project invited New York artist Kenny Scharf to paint his creations on one of the many planes rotting in the Pima Air & Space museum outside of Tucson, […]