We took some time to speak to Cassette Playa designer Carri Munden, ahead of her Hyperlink Festival workshops this weekend, about her work with the Tate Modern and her own movements as a young designer.
During the madness of the Nigel Cabourn for Converse capsule collection launch party, we had a chat with the man himself about his inspirations for the collection and why he generally avoids collaborations.
Aptly titled ‘advisionaries’, adidas present a series of videos which aim to provide us with a glimpse in to the designers and inventors who are responsible for producing innovative footwear for the brand. The first episode takes a look at “shoe master” and “creator”, Mr. Omori.
With his latest “Blackout” G-SHOCK collaboration hitting our shores this week, we sat down with pro BMX rider Nigel Sylvester to discuss his inspirations behind the watch, his love for simple design and his favourite spots to ride in the UK.
It’s been a foundational few years for the youngsters who go by the name of Bondax; rocketing to success with major radio play, touring the world and starting work on an album before either of them near 20. We caught up with George and Adam for a quick chat.
We love a good bit of sneaker related art, so when we discovered the work of Josh Parkin and more specifically his recent ‘Trainer Takeover’ series, we had to showcase it and have a chat with the man himself.
The folks at Noisey shadowed Action Bronson’s every move on his recent trip to London, while he managed to squeeze in 3 shows, a few interviews and a bit of shopping while in town for 48 hours.
We spoke to New York Knicks’ shining star Carmelo Anthony about playing the game and his brand new Jordan Melo M9 shoe.
Jacket Required have put together a string of videos taking a look into some of the brands and figureheads of menswear. The first is a profile with the leading man behind Universal Works, David Keyte.
We sat down to talk to Aled Lewis about the processes involved in his work and more specifically this latest collection commissioned by PlayStation.
We always love a good bit of art, especially when it’s portraying some of our favourite sneaker silhouettes. Here we talk to the talented young illustrator Jack Stocker about his latest pieces focusing on classic Nike’s.
As the relationship between Professor Green and Puma deepens, we see the pair come together to create a collaborative capsule collection. We had a word with Pro to get his take on it.
As part of the second section of Nike’s FlyKnit Collective, they asked Scratch DVA to create a soundtrack for their 30 minute visual on ‘lightness’. We spoke to the man himself about the process and how he went about it.
London based illustrator Stephen Cheetham has created a series of sneaker illustrations focusing on his favourite Nike silhouettes from the ’70s to the ’00s.
We’ve been watching the scene in South Wales grow steadily for some time now, and the video above documents one thing that’s right at the heart of it – the Astroid Boys.