Issue 3 of Franchise Magazine continues to feature one-of-a-kind art projects that depict different basketball cultures from around the world. The cover of Issue 3 features art from Pete Deevakul who repurposes used basketballs to be included in the traditional Japanese art of flower arrangement, called Ikebana. Also included in Issue 3 of Franchise Magazine is a project following the New York Knicks' City Dancers, an installation displaying WNBA stars in a variety of media, and work from Isa Saalabi who photographs young high school up and comers. Franchise Magazine separates itself from other publications, with carefully curated content that continues to capture attention and captivate its readers.
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Authored by Pharrell Williams and Phillip Leads, BIG SHOTS! is a compilation of polaroids as photographed by Phillip Leads during his career as a tour manager of Kelis and N.E.R.D. BIG SHOTS! includes over 250 photos of artists and celebrities like Tyler the Creator, Pharrell, Mos-Def, Jay-Z, A$AP Rocky and many more. A foreword by Pharrell Williams ties Phillip Leads' BIG SHOTS! collection together.
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Issue 02 of Sporty & Rich Magazine continues on the publication’s quest to cover all things design, sneakers, fashion, art, and consumerism. Issue 02 of the magazine is a self-proclaimed guide to achieving a Sporty & Rich aesthetic. Inside is everything from design-focused articles, to sneaker collages, to fashion photography and artwork.
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KAWS, published by Rizzoli New York, is the world's first hard-cover book depicting stunning imagery of iconic artwork by KAWS. An underground graffiti legend, turned world-renowned artist and designer, KAWS has made a name for himself in streetwear culture through toys and clothing that bare the unmistakeable X X mark. Having collaborated with the likes of BAPE, Nike, Air Jordan, Original Fake, and Vans, KAWS' eclectic career has ensured him legendary status in the art, fashion, and graffiti industries.
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From humble beginnings in Tokyo, to the iconic status that it has earned in the fashion industry, BEAMS is a Japanese brand that has collaborated with Nike, Reebok, Adidas and more. Authored with the help of BAPE’s Nigo, Beyond Tokyo features photography, design work, and articles depicting BEAMS’ influential work in the fashion world. BEAMS Beyond Tokyo includes collaborations with iconic streetwear photographers such as Terry Richardson, and a slew of iconic fashion designers.
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From emotional portraits of close family members and friends, to adrenaline-inducing stills of skateboarding and snowboarding icons, Ari Marcopoulos Not Yet chronicles famed and unreleased work from the photography icon. Marcopoulos' work combines to tell an intimate story of youth culture from the 1980s and on. Each chapter of Not Yet includes a collection of photos depicting celebrities, athletes, artists, friends, family, and each chapter is edited by a different friend of Ari Marcopoulos'.
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Rizzoli New York presents Hiroshi Fujiwara: Fragment. This hard-cover publication is the most detailed and complete piece chronicling Fujiwara’s extensive career accomplishments. Having began his career in the fashion design industry as a teen in the 1980s, and having worked with everyone from Vivienne Westwood to Nike and Nigo, Fujiwara expresses his eclectic taste through innovative designs that transcend streetwear and high fashion, carving a name for himself as a street culture icon. Rizzoli New York’s Hiroshi Fujiwara: Fragment depicts the long-standing reign that Fujiwara’s Fragment Design has simultaneously held over the fashion, streetwear, and sneaker industries. This book features artwork, sneakers, apparel, and designs that have culminated from Hiroshi’s all-encompassing career.
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Pharrell: Places and Spaces I've Been, published by Rizzoli New York, depicts the prolific life and career of Pharrell Williams, using a series of images, graphics and designs that he has created over the years. Places and Spaces I've Been combines Pharrell's creative endeavours in fashion, music, and art, to tell the story of what happens when artistic freedom and design excellence collide. This book references Williams' work with The Neptunes, N.E.R.D, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Kaws, Nigo, Murakami and more. Places and Spaces I've Been is a comprehensive culmination of artwork that has shaped Pharrell's status as an undisputed icon in art, music, and street culture.
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New Balance Book, The Authentic Sneaker, is a magazine-like publication distributed and manufactured by respected Japanese publisher “2nd.” This book, using captivating photos and articles, follows the production process of the New Balance M1300JP2. Written entirely in Japanese, the New Balance Book takes readers on a journey of outstanding design and construction, using a popular New Balance sneaker as the catalyst. Other popular silhouettes are also chronicled in this publication. New Balance Book, The Authentic Sneaker is a must for fans and collectors of the iconic brand.
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Raised in Brooklyn, New York after emigrating from Serbia, Boogie began taking photos of people in places that most wouldn't dream of stepping foot in. Boogie's It's All Good captures dark, raw, uncut imagery of the people who are most affected by gang culture in New York's roughest neighbourhoods. It's All Good depicts the lifestyle that comes with being raised in New York's gang-run neighbourhoods. Complete with sex, drugs, violence, and money.
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Hypebeast Magazine Issue 15, the Origins Issue, digs underneath the surface of the brands and people featured on the Hypebeast blog. The Origins Issue of Hypebeast Magazine features profiles of Thrasher's Jake Phelps, Skepta, Hiroshi Fujiwara and many more. Brands such as Stone Island and Know Wave also share the stories of how they came to be, in Issue 15 of Hypebeast Magazine.
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Issue 17 of Hypebeast Magazine, entitled The Connection, delves into the lives and personalities of several individuals who have impacted the world of streetwear with hard work, innovation, and love for the culture. Hypebeast Magazine uses issue 17, The Connection to continue digging beyond the surface of the people and brands that have made streetwear culture what it is today. A profile of Paul Pogba also brings to light the overlapping elements of fashion and sports culture.
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Street Dreams Magazine is a photography publication covering sports, music, and lifestyle culture in every aspect, from a wide variety of different artists. Issue 011 is limited to 1000 printed copies, including 66 pages of images from nine photographers including Bianca Scarlato, Neva Wireko, Dennis Elliott, and No.Sleep. Issue 011 of Street Dreams Magazine is printed on high quality recycled paper, as per usual.
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Street Dreams Magazine is a photography publication covering sports, music, and lifestyle culture in every aspect, from a wide variety of different artists. Issue 010 is limited to 1000 printed copies, including 66 pages of images from six photographers: Naomi Rader, Oveck, Daniela Spector, Zylanny T. Ashurst, Ryan Chun, and Brian Alcazar. Issue 010 of Street Dreams Magazine is printed on high quality recycled paper, as per usual.
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Issue 4 of Undo Magazine explores the themes of goal setting, training, and progression. This issue sees Undo depicting artists, athletes, and companies that all share a common goal of attaining perfection. Professional or not, if an entity sets a goal and works tirelessly to achieve it, you might find it in Undo Magazine, Issue 4.
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Undo Magazine's Issue 5, the Five Senses, continues to explore the theme of progress and bettering of thyself. Featured in this issue of Undo is an interview with Om'Mas Keith, producer of popular music by Frank Ocean, Kid Cudi and more. Keith shares the truth about his motivations and aspirations to continue moving forward. This and much more, in Undo Magazine's The Five Senses.
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Chronicle’s Exploration in Modern Times, Volume 1, Issue 2 is as relevant today as it was when it was published in 2014. This Issue of Chronicle depicts the life and career of skate photographer Glen E. Friedman in his own words, with the help of writer/interviewer Andrew Rice. Growing up in Los Angeles, California, Friedman began skateboarding early, and eventually grew to become a legendary photographer of the pros. Friedman discusses the surf-inspired skateboarding culture of L.A in the 1970s. This edition of Exploration in Modern Times features the article that resulted from Rice and Friedman’s interview, along with many of Friedman’s most famed photographs.
Brain Dead continues to branch out from their apparel collections with the launch of Brain Dead Records. The collective stays true to their punk subculture roots, as Tokyo noise rock band 2up provide a slew of eclectic sounds for this cassette tape.
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