A new year means a whole line up of new events, ramps, friends, and good times will be coming your way from the Mullaly Bikepark Crew. Last year was a great time, with a number of events, new ramps additions, repairs to old favorites, visitors from all over the globe, a NY Times feature, and a fun end of year event that brought out some of the most talented riders on the East Coast.
We are going to be starting off 2017 in style at the Tender Trap. This year we will be hosting a benefit photography show on Saturday January 14th with a number of images from Elias Williams, Jesse Carlucci, Oba Stanley, Joan Simon, Edward O'Connor, Albert Hunt, and Samm Wilson. Party starts at 6pm, with free Genesse Beer from 7-8pm courtesy of Tender Trap, followed by a dance party from 10pm til close.
As always all proceeds will be going to improving the park and creating more fun for the warm months. So come out and celebrate a new year of BMX based good times at TENDER TRAP - 66 Greenpoint Avenue in Brooklyn, NY.
For 2016, Cult has worked with renowned English artist Funeral French. French exhibits worldwide in both solo and group shows and has worked on commercial projects for the music, advertising, fashion, publishing and skateboard industries. His signature style artwork, illustration and graphics has graced projects for Altamont, Vans, Kr3w, Creature Skateboards, Carhartt, Volcom, FBM, Death Rites, Independent Truck Co. and more.
DC Shoes and Big Brother, have launched an exclusive spring 2016 capsule collection. DC and Big Brother have teamed up to recount some of the best (and worst) memories in the Big Brother legacy with “The Big Brother Book.”
People identify Big Brother for pushing social boundaries with its antics, controversial topics and early articles featuring rip-off schemes like how to make a fake ID.
Sean Cliver says « Big Brother magazine featured a lot of ridiculous , fly by night advertisers over the years- Black Jesus ? -
Montreal based artists 123Klan celebrated, yesterday, the launch of their exhibition with DC Shoes at the brand's Parisian creative studio The HUB. Scien and Mrs Klor, founders of 123Klan, were in attendance to welcome medias and guests. The installation included an exclusive selection of graphic artworks applied on large aluminium sheets, exhibiting references of the designs used for their collaboration with DC Shoes. Fans brought various books and toys to be signed by the artists.
DC shoes and The HUB are pleased to invite you to the launch of the 123Klan exhibition on Thursday February 11th 2016 from 6:30pm at 15, rue Montorgueil, 75001 Paris. 123Klan is a French graffiti crew founded in 1992 by Scien and Mrs Klor.
Now established in Montreal, 123Klan has presented their work all around the globe, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from Barcelona to Singapore.
From painting the walls of their hometown Lille, 123Klan work has evolved to canvases as well as developing a very successful graphic design career.
123Klan has designed a capsule collection for DC Shoes for this spring 2016.
BMX and fashion aren't normally used in the same sentence, but back in early 2011 Nigel Sylvester introduced Mirraco to fashion and accessory designers Dee & Ricky with the idea of collaborating to create a BMX bike that ignored the current style of bike graphics and instead, took a fresh approach. Dee & Ricky had previously collaborated on an accessories line that incorporated a favorite childhood toy, Legos.
Last Thursday, The Hub has hosted the launch of the new range of mobile phones accessories developed by BigBen. Lots of media and visitors have come to discover this new range and meet the artists, The Mmav, who curated this special day at the Hub and also started a live drawing while he was in Paris.
Last weekend at DC’s Hub in Paris, MOÜSE exhibited a selection of his work including his trademark: a series of hand-painted skateboard grip tapes + additional works on canvas and tee shirts. A lot of people came to see the art and meet the artist. MOÜSE finished the evening with some live painting works on different skate decks of young visitors that were stoked.