Five pairs of a limited edition Burning Ink shoe are to be sold in the UK with all money from sales going directly to ART AGAINST KNIVES and the campaign to reduce knife crime through youth-led, arts initiatives. To celebrate the London edition of Burning Ink Art Show, at Beach Gallery from March 13th - 31st, DC Shoes has launched a limited edition shoe for the Holiday 2012 collection. Only five pairs of the Burning Ink shoe, customized by Jekill, will be on sale in the UK, and the money raised through sales will go directly to ART AGAINST KNIVES, a charity working to reduce the root causes of knife crime by providing alternative creative opportunities for young people in London. Full proceeds from the sale of these will fund a series of graffiti workshops, hosted by creative professionals to support young people across East London.
The limited edition shoes will be exclusively sold at DC Shoes Boxpark, with a special display at the ART AGAINST KNIVES gallery Boxpark. Keep checking on my.dclife.com to see when
A few months ago over in Moscow I met BMX photographer Artem Chernousov. We hit it off right away and hung out all night. I asked Artem to send me some of his pics for a portfolio type of thingy on the site. He did, but I've been too busy to get something up. Before I'm losing his mail completely with all his pics I thought I'd just throw them up on the site for you to enjoy. BMX from Russia, seen through the viewer of Artem. Looking forward to meet back up with him in Tallinn in a few weeks. Aik!
VANS recently re-launched the Offthewall.tv website! The new and improved site features an updated, easy-to-navigate layout with improved search functionality, as well as a "watch later" feature that allows you to add videos to a list for future viewing. Viewers can also subscribe to their favorite shows to get notifications on new episodes and more! Check out the new site and while you're there, catch the first installment of Offthewall.tv's 2012 Vans Custom Culture
The weekly door to door papers that we receive usually don't have too much to offer. They show what soccer games are coming up, which furniture store is open that weekend or which local won a fishing contest. But the latest issue had something about a street art expo in the library closeby. We decided to go take a look during the opening.