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.
DC Shoes is pleased to welcome California based artist MOÜSE at its Parisian creative studio The HUB. After producing a capsule collection together with the brand for the Summer 2015 collection, MOÜSE will exhibit a selection of his work including his trademark : a series of hand-painted
skateboard grip tapes. The exhibition will launch on Wednesday 24th of June 2015 from 6.30pm at The HUB, 15 rue Montorgueil, 75001 Paris.
MOÜSE also has a passion for skateboard that he has been practicing for many years. It is with great pleasure that he will participate with a live painting performance at the "Go
Vans named Carlsbad High School of Carlsbad, Calif. as the grand-prize winner of the sixth annual Vans Custom Culture design competition and awarded a $50,000 donation toward the school’s arts education program. At the final event held on June 9 at Industria Superstudios in New York City, a panel of notable judges including actress Victoria Justice, celebrity baker Amirah Kassem, musician Bea Miller, artist and author Dallas Clayton and Vans professional surfer Joel Tudor selected the winning custom Vans shoe designs among a talented group of top
Vans launches online voting today for the Vans Custom Culture high school art competition and calls on the public to help narrow down 50 semi-finalists to the top five contenders competing for $50,000 for their school’s art program. To celebrate this milestone in the 2015 program, Vans releases a special colorway of the Authentic that was designed by 2014 winners Rio Rancho High School from New Mexico.
Starting today, April 24 at 8am PDT through May 11 at 5pm PDT,