Nike’s classic Vandal silhouette — the famed followup to the Nike Air Force 1 high-top — gets a new slate of releases for Spring/Summer 2013. The Supreme Vintage style comes in five very bold new monochromatic colorways, including Fusion Red, Sail Green, Distant Blue, Sonic Yellow and Tropical Teal (above), all in durable nylon uppers with the [...]
Engineered specifically for graffiti writing purposes, Montana Colors continues its vandalism artistic arsenal with a limited edition series of spraycans featuring art by some of the top names in the field. Only 500 cans in total will be made by Montana Colors, each emblazoned with custom art from the likes of Belin, Mistery, How & Nosm, [...]
Banksy is perhaps the most beloved, world renown vandal the world has never seen… and perhaps its most hated, as well. While other practitioners in their field watch their art get accosted by rival artists and whitewashed by property owners, Banksy watches as his pieces are dissembled and sold for thousands upon thousands of dollars [...]
Street artist and professional vandal Kidadult has quickly made a name for himself in the worldwide graffiti community by causing massive havoc to top tier luxury brands — mainly by spraying his tag in giant letters over the storefronts of brands like Louis Vitton, Hermès, Kenzo and recently the Maison Martin Margiela flagship store in Brussels. [...]
Absolutely amazing what this graffiti crew gets done in a 3 minute stop to this train in Germany. I’m not entirely sure it was done in 3 minutes, regardless bombing a whole train that quickly takes efficiency, daring and skills. Now that’s what I call organization, kids!
We were happy to sponsor The Cultyard at this year’s New York Comic-Con this past weekend, as it represented a lot of what we love here at Lost In a Supermarket. Namely art of all types, comics, vinyl toys, world class artists and oh yes — plenty of nerds. Oh-so-many nerds, in oh-so-many packages. Hot [...]
We told you a couple weeks ago about The Cultyard at the New York Comic Convention this year, and the time is nigh! If you live in New York, call in sick today — or just take a long lunch — and hit up the New York Comic Con for the The Cultyard collective. The [...]
This year at the New York Comic Con a collective called The Cultyard will be taking over a large swathe of the floor and sort of creating their own convention-within-a-convention. The idea being to congregate a certain aesthetic into one condensed location — an aesthetic defined by the artists and brands taking part. These include [...]