Ronac Art Center

Ronac Art Center , known to be the mecca of contemporary art and streetwear in the Philippines. Located in San Juan, Metro Manila, Ronac houses local artists through individual galleries and events. To top it off, a basketball court is situated in one of the floors of the building. Curated and founded by Bigboy Cheng,…

John Mayer x Neighborhood Japan

When I got the invite to an intimate concert in Japan with John Mayer I didn’t hesitate to book my flight as I knew it would be something close to spectacular. Tokyo, John Mayer, Friends. What I didn’t expect was the 3 hour flight delay which got me to the event right before it started.…

RIF MNL

MNL x LA Last November 17, sneaker connoisseur Bigboy Cheng kicked off a collaborative effort with RIF Los Angeles through “Urban Affair” – an event held at Ronac Art Center.  The event, which launched a one month pop-up store also highlighted the local streetwear market through individual booths.  Enjoy the photos below.  RIF MNL shirts…

Featured Selecta: DJ 360

Long gone are the days of having mixtapes in your glove box. Every few weeks, I will feature one of the DJs whose mixtapes are in heavy rotation in my ride. Most of these mixes were available at Mixcrate (RIP), but can probably be found either on Mixcloud or Soundcloud. One mix that I’ve been…

BEYOND THE STREETS Art Exhibition

The highly anticipated BEYOND THE STREETS art exhibition opened in Los Angeles this past weekend and did not disappoint. The exhibition is a celebration of graffiti and the cultural impact the art has made to society. The exhibition features many of the pioneers of the movement and those that have went beyond the streets to…

RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom

RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom March 24 – August 12, 2018 @ Oakland Museum of California RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom tells the under-recognized story of how Hip-Hop changed the world, starting from its roots on the streets, before rap, DJing, street art,  breakin’ (breakdancing), and street fashion launched into mainstream popular culture. Much love…