Today we get a look at the t-shirts from Diamond Supply Co.’s Fall collection. The first delivery includes seven new graphics, each which come in a selection of four colours. You can pick them up now through their online shop along with the rest of the Fall drop.
Today we present you with some works from Dutch artist, Joram Roukes, who creates large-scale oil paintings that surround a common collage theme, giving his figures a surreal, and morphing effect. His imagery also aims to reflect the current state of western society, which although might not seem too visible at first glance, it becomes all that much apparent the more you look at it.
Brooklyn-based Jake Messing creates a wide range of work ranging from graffiti to street art, from photography to mixed media and more. One of his ongoing projects is a series of paintings of limited sneakers like SB Dunks (Pigeon, Tiffany, Supremes, etc…) and Jordans. Just this week, Reed Space received some prints of the paintings. Check them all out here.
LA-Montreal duo, LOL Boys get together with their friends to put together a new video off their new Changes EP. Look for webcam cameos from the likes of Kitty Pryde, Salva, Samo Sound Boy, Groundislava, Andrew Ryce, and assorted WEDIDIT Collective heads. The clip was directed by LOL Boys’ own Jerome Potter.
After dropping the Greens Brigade piece last week, French artist Ludo is back with another Vernon Courtland Johnson-designed Powell Peralta graphic, this time referencing his iconic Skull & Sword design.
Here we get a look at some hyperrealistic oil paintings from Florida-based artist Doug Bloodworth. His still-life images are born from a childhood affection for American western classics, childhood, junk food, and a combination of Pop art.
Today we present you with some images from Spanish photographer, Daniel Duart who focuses on a wide range of subjects including fashion photography, photo journalism, portraits, sports photography, architecture and more.