30 Aug
Keds Camp Oxford with a French toile print twist

What makes these super limited edition Keds for Opening Ceremony sneakers special are the French “toile” print embellishments on the fabric. Usually the stuff of cliched grandmas the world over, the toile prints here get a twist via artist Richard Saja, who re-contextualizes the artform with his own particular sense of humor. As Opening Ceremony […]


13 Aug
Joshua Ben Longo finally collects some coin from making stuffed animals

One of the artists we’ve loved for awhile (and did an awesome featured interview with), Joshua Ben Longo has gotten a big break with German ad agency VCCP. Working for their client Euro Telecommunications company, Longo was hired to design and create monsters that represent the tariffs phone companies impose on customers. A fair use […]


21 Apr
The streetfighting original returns in mid-range form

The motorcycle that singlehandedly started the streetfighter craze (arguably our favorite bike trend here at LIAS) is back in its perfect size: the Ducati Monster 796. The Monster 796 is the perfect synthesis between sports performances, aesthetics and daily riding pleasure — combining the user-friendliness of the 696 model with the sports performance of the […]


26 Jan
Build a monster, squash some bugs, kill some time

Come one, come all and dare to challenge the undefeated, undisputed, unsought monster with a perfect record of 0-0. No one has yet challenged the one, the only SEGER, probably because they are too busy cleaning up the urine they secreted while gazing at his sheer ferociousness. Like a perfect weapon, this Bubole monster was […]