Cool Stuff: Rohby Spetznaz Figures

Y'all know we still dig this kinda stuff, lol..

Rohby backs up the MSG2 series with the Elite Russian Soldiers otherwise known as Spetznaz. Limited to 10 pieces, the figures include assault rifles and night-vision goggles. The seriesis available on order, via Tiny Imports.

Nice!! 1..


Pretty Cool: Hip Hop Icons Simpsonized

Pretty cool AND funny..

Following up on the success of Lego Hip Hop Album Covers, Format Presents: No Homer – Hip Hop Icons Simpsonized. The set features Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Flava Flav, Eazy E, Andre 3000, Eminem, and Fat Joe alongside iconic O representations for each artist.

Designed by Moxy Creative the posse shot is available in hi-res for download. For any inquiries relating to the project, e-mail Glenn.

LOL @ "No Homer", wow. 1..


Dopeness: OriginalFake x UNDERCOVER - Bear Companion

LOL!! I know..

Never had two odd creatures ever look so cuddly together. Original Fake’s KAWS worked with UNDERCOVER’s Jun Takahashi to put their famous mascots together in a cozy hug. The UNDERCOVER Bear has its arms around the companion in this toy rendition. The collaborative companion are available in two colors, a gun metal black and an ivory white now at colette.

Pretty cool..


Put On: Jay-Z x Arthur Ashe - US Open T-Shirt

Support, y'all..

On February 6, 1993, the world of tennis lost a legend. At age 49, Arthur Ashe succumbed to the disease he quietly fought for 5 years and died of complications from AIDS. Hailed from Richmond, Virginia, the lanky, bespectacled Ashe experienced racism first hand when he couldn’t play against white players because of segregation. However, his skills and talents were obvious. He was elected to join the 1963 U.S. Davis Cup Team, the first African-American to do so. 2 years later, he won the NCAA Singles Championship. And in 1968, Ashe won the very first U.S.Open. All before he turned professional. He would go ahead to claimed champion’s trophy at the Australian Open and the coveted Wimbledon before retiring in 1980 because of heart problems. Ashe remain the only African-American to win the U.S. Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon.

Because of his experience with racial prejudice, Ashe became a vocal advocate of equality and social justice. A responsibility he dutifully accomplished after his retirement from professional tennis. He was repeatedly arrested for protesting against South Africa’s then apartheid policy, He ever protested against the treatment of Haitian refugees, just a few months before his death,

In honor of Arthur Ashe and his countless accomplishments he achieved during his lifetime. Hip-Hop mogul Jay-Z created a special graphic t-shirt, imprinted with Ashe’s silhouette in his signature serving stance. All proceeds will benefit 2 organizations established by Ashe himself, USTA National Junior Tennis & Learning and Arthur Ashe Endowment for the Defeat of AIDS. A licensed US Open merchandise, the t-shirt will be available for a limited time only at US Open, the tournament’s official online store, and ArthurAshe.org.


Fly Season: Air Max '95 (White/Sport Red/Grey)

So classic!!

Sergio Lozano’s legendary design is back - the Nike Air Max 95. Similar to its predecessor, the Air Max 1, AM95 took on characteristics of what was then the forefront of footwear manufacturing. Though revolutionary at the time, the untested method of layered upper had some question its validity.

Another component to make its debut was the Forefoot Air Unit, now a standard on all Air Max models afterwards. As with every year, Nike and Nike Sportswear revisit the rich Nike archive in reissue some of the most iconic Nike products. This includes the Air Max 95’s 3 popular colorways: Team Orange, Mint, and now, the coveted Sport Red. Currently available at NikeStore.com

I already have mine. Y'all need to go cop YOURS!! 1..

Put On: Jay-Z - Blueprint 3 Rhapsody Commercial

Very cool commercial.

Directed by Anthony Mandler, this commercial recreates all of Jay's past album covers, via a behind the scenes view into how the production process goes. It's really a cool and creative approach, and shows how iconic some of those older album covers really are. Enjoy!

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