A New York union is complete. NYC-bred Hopps Skateboards is gracing the face of two photo-printed decks with the work of Ricky Powell, a man celebrated as one of New York’s top street photographers (and alleged Beastie Boys towel-thrower). Of course Powell is no novice to the world of collaborations, as you may recall his awesome Rakim, Public Enemy and [...]
When the wall came down in 1989, an era of both lawlessness and creativity surged in East Germany. Due to a sudden influx of cheap, cheap real estate — and the artists that rushed in to take advantage of the low rents — the city of Berlin became a cauldron of artistic expression. It truly [...]
It only takes to third song in his highly anticipated Owl Pharaoh mixtape for rapper/producer Travi$ Scott to begin hitting the heavyweight collabs. The seemingly everywhere 2 Chainz kicks off the festivities, and then several of the tape’s tracks gets visits from the likes of T.I., Theophilus London, Meek Mill, Wale, A$AP Ferg and Paul Wall, [...]
One of my favorite bands of the ‘90s post-hardcore scene was Quicksand. They had a certain something that a lot of other bands of that time simply did not. Maybe it was being a New Yorker and finally having some hometown heroes succeed again, but whatever it was I was hooked. Part of that appeal [...]
With nearly everything that Supreme puts out gobbled up like communion wafers to the brainwashed indoctrinated masses, it’s about time someone took a piss out of the New York streetwear behemoth. And that person is Mark McNairy, who teams up with Tokyo retailer and label Heather Grey Wall to create this Inferior Series of products. Taking [...]
Need to hide your identity in a pinch? If you’re looking to exercise your right to assemble without wanting to get on the wrong side of an FBI database, you may want to get yourself one of these Anonymous “Occupy Wall Street” Bandanas. Bearing the visage of the infamous Guy Fawkes mask (made famous via [...]
A simple, fairly obvious clock for your wall that looks like a giant watch. For artist and designer Andrew Neyer’s Wall Clock, “one size fits wall.” You get it? Get yours for $75.
Zuriick is proud to present LIAS Year In Style, the third installment of our Best Of 2011 retrospective series (after ART and BOOKS). We obviously cover a lot of fashion here at Lost In a Supermarket, so extracting only 10 brands, items, stories and exclusive interviews was a tough job. Arguments were had. Sartorial accusations [...]