ILLEST BRAND X CASIO G-SHOCK: “ILLEST CASIO”

Illest Brand & G-Shock presents it’s 3rd Collaboration, “ILLEST CASIO” The limited edition Illest Brand x Casio G-Shock is built on the surf-inspired GLX-5600 with its bold digital face and first time double label “ILLEST CASIO” & Collect Everything™ glass branding. The collaboration keeps it wavy and takes color way inspiration from the depths of…

On the Road to More Success

Growing up in Southern California I always wanted to visit Yosemite Valley. Although my family was big on camping growing up we never did make a trip out, it was always Sequoia. Finally a few weeks ago my friends and I decided to make a spontaneous trip up there before I headed out to Chicago. We…

ILLEST BRAND X ADAPT: “ILLEST IN THE GAME”

In honor of the Bay Area’s team, Bay Area-based Illest Brand and Adapt Clothing collaborate on a collection dedicated to the loudest fans in the league, Dubnation! The Dubs have proven to be the ILLEST IN THE GAME, thus inspiring the capsule collection. With help from the beautiful ASHLEE VEE, here is the collection’s lookbook: “ILLEST…

MOMO BY ILLEST BRAND

MOMO by Illest Brand Illest Brand had the opportunity to drive a Formula 1 car to the Porsche Rennsport Reunion V. Illest Brand hosted the “Road to Rennsport” caravan, starting at our Headquarters, Fatlace Paddock in Greater San Francisco. This special collaborative project was a year in the making. This collaborative piece features a deep…

VOTE FOR THE “ILLEST” iM // Scion Tuner Challenge, 2015

The 2015 Scion Tuner Challenge battle vs. Crooks & Castles, continues! For the 11th Annual Scion Tuner Challenge, Fatlace/illest Creative Director, Mark Arcenal presents a Japanese VIP-inspired 5-door Scion iM hatchback. The iM Build features a Safari Dark Grey wrap, an Air Lift Performance 3H Digital air suspension kit,  a set of 19” custom Rotiform RSE…

A Word or Two

To be honest, i’m not much of a writer. I guess that’s why i’m the intern photographer for Illest. I’ve never been one to go on and on about myself so I kind of found that in photography I could hold the rambling bullshit and just show what I thought was worth getting a shot…