#INCASEFAIRFAX

We hit the block yesterday for Known Gallery and “TECHLIFE”, the Incase pop-up shop/gallery showing a retrospective of the brand’s most creative collaborations and products. These collaborations have been a lot of the reason why I use Incase for myself; favorite artists have designed laptop sleeves (like Kaws), phone cases are inspired by t-shirts I…

Incase TechLife Retrospective Launch Party Recap

Incase threw a launch party to celebrate the opening their pop-up store located at the Known Gallery in LA. The gallery space has been transformed to showcase 15 years of collaboration including works from artists such as Kaws, Andy Warhol, Mara Hoffman and Shephard Fairey and iconic brands Stussy, UNDFTD, Krink, Supreme, Fragment Design and…

ILLEST x JA

Many thanks to everyone who came through to “Snapshots” at Illest LA. It was a great night for Ja, for us, and for me. Like I had previously mentioned, this was my first stab at an event with Illest. After Ja’s Tastemakers feature, I brought up the idea to the team – to collaborate with…

KTOWN NIGHT MARKET

Last weekend I made the trek down to the OC. The traffic from my area was brutal, but the reward at the end of it was worth it. Because food. I came down to check out the second and final night of the KTown Night Market at the Angels Stadium. After an overwhelming attendance at…

BRANDALISM

As I was going through my social feeds, I saw images from an art show called BRANDALISM currently on feature at The Seventh Letter on Fairfax. I’ve got a long list of exhibits to see out here in LA and added this one because I was so drawn to the concept. Designer Antonio Brasko took…

A day in Guam

Guam is an island I’ve always wanted to visit and when our good friends Anton and Tom invited us to throw a Slammed Society event we couldn’t say no. The day before the event we had quite a few things on the agenda which had us going around the city for a radio station, press…

Stussy x BAPE “Ill Collaboration” Video

Although Nigo isn’t a part of Bape anymore, there’s still some relevance to what Bape has created here due to their existence over the past 20 years. The brand has inspired thousands of people, including myself, to create brands of their own. Teaming up with Stussy once again who clearly is one of the oldest…