Born more than 30 years ago to provide dependable protection and performance in all conditions, Nike ACG is …
Nature is the key component for Paris-born artist Christophe Guinet, also known as “Mr. Plant”. As a teenager he was always very much in touch with nature, a fascination that he later combined with the urban street art inspired by skate and fashion.
When you think of NIKE the first thing that pops to mind is most likely a pair of sporty sneakers, maybe with a neon yellow sole and black laces; however this is not the case for artist and sculptor Tom Sachs. In conjunction with the highly anticipated Park Avenue Armory Show, artist Tom Sachs has
The Crayola Crayon carver, Diem Chau, that we reviewed not a long time ago just finished her latest project with W+K (Wieden+Kennedy) for Nike : The Write the Future Press Kit (following their sick commercial). A nice idea and packaging (even tho the players dont really look like themselves).
Irrepressible LA photographer R.J. Shaugnessy shot this sequence of images in his trademark energetic West Coast documentary style for Sony PlayStation. Shaugnessy has photographed successful campaigns for brands such as Adidas, Nike and Vans. His work has been seen in the pages of magazines like Fader, Vice and Self Service, and in three published books […]
1948 is Nike’s creative playground-retail store neatly tucked away in the old brick railway arches between Shoreditch High Street and Curtain Road in East London. In addition to displaying and selling shoes, 1948 offers an entire art floor for events, installations and a social meeting point. This installation in 1948 was created by Finland-born illustrator/artist/designer […]
Here is the opening to be! The Nike/Lance Armstrong STAGES Exhibition, which is on at Gallery Emmauel Perrotin Paris until August 8th and then moves to NY on Oct. 2nd. The art and fashion royalty attended the opening, from fine Art to Street Art present were Dzine, Shepard Fairey, Andreas Gursky, KAWS, Yoshitomo Nara, José Parlá, Lari Pittman, Ed Ruscha, Tom Sachs, Kenny Scharf, Eric White amongst others and they each offered individual pieces of art, which are all being sold for the Lance Armstrong Foundation towards fighting cancer.