As the year comes to a close, we finish off 2011 with our last installment of 2011 Listed. After sharing with you our favourite skate decks, sneakers, prints, t-shirts, Today’s Photographs, and Daily Videos, we conclude with arguably our most popular column, Monday’s Moff. We hope you enjoyed all the lists so far; we sure had fun putting them together (especially this one).
Check out our favourite Monday’s Moffs from 2011 after the jump.
Along with Today’s Photograph, our Daily Video section also brings you roughly 240 music videos each year. Of all those vids, we chose our 20 favourites to share with you. 2011 saw many great videos, some official, and some created by fans. This list covers both, but does not include all videos from this year; only the ones that were featured as a Daily Video here on mashKULTURE. (Sorry Kanye.)
So without further ado, take a look at our favourite Daily Videos from 2011.
We probably show more t-shirts than anything else when it comes to streetwear, so compiling a list of our favourite tees from 2011 proved to be our most difficult task yet. Although we expanded the list to 25 this year to try and make room for all of our favourites, sadly many of them didn’t make the cut. As with all best of lists, subjectivity played a big role, so don’t blame us if we left out your favourite brand/t-shirt.
Check out our favourite tees from 2011 after the jump.
Each year, roughly 240 images are posted to Today’s Photograph. With so many to choose from, we initially tried to make a top 10 list, but quickly found out that wasn’t going to work. So we made it a top 15, and still couldn’t fit all the images we liked into the list, so it grew to a top 20 before finally arriving at 25. Now the trouble was rating them all from 1 to 25. That turned out to be an even more difficult feat. After trying for hours on end to no avail, we decided to just randomly post our favourite images in no particular order.
Check out the best of Today’s Photograph 2011 after the jump.
We work hard each day to bring you a wide variety of interesting content, and often times that means covering art prints. Following our favourite skate decks and sneakers from 2011, we share with you the best prints from this past year.
There was quite a bit throughout the past 365, so take a look at our top 15 after the jump.
We continue our rounding up of the best from 2011 by bringing you our favourite sneakers of the year. Here at mashKULTURE we have a penchant for Nike and Jordans so apologies if our list seems a little one-sided, but 2011 was a big year for both brands.
Check out our top ten picks after the jump, and feel free to let us know what we left out. (Yes, we know, there was quite a bit.)
Last year our Listed year-end round up posts were MIA, but for 2011 it’s back, and leading up to the end of December, we’ll be giving you our favourites from 2011 including t-shirts, shoes, prints, skate decks, along with our most cherished Monday’s Moffs, Today’s Photographs, and Daily Videos.
So without further ado, here are our top ten skate decks from 2011.
Nate Hooper on What’s Next After REBEL8
Nate Hooper, a designer and graphic artist from San Francisco, California, announced Friday, May 14th, that he would be departing from the San Francisco streetwear giant, REBEL8, as their Creative Director.
Behind the Blog: Street Blogs from the Best in the Business – Part 5
The conclusion to our Behind the Blogs feature joins us with Kevin Ma, founder of Hypebeast, arguably the most well-known, and most frequented site on the subject. We got the chance to discuss with Kevin why he started his site four years ago, how much time and work he continues to immerse in Hypebeast – not even taking time off when on holiday – how his role has changed over time, and much more.
Behind the Blog: Street Blogs from the Best in the Business – Part 4
The fourth of our five-part feature has us talking with Adam Bryce, founder of Slamxhype. Started back in New Zealand in 2003, Adam’s site has grown to become one of the most progressive sites dealing with street culture today. Most recently he has made a very big – some might say very risky – move into the world of print with the New World Order quarterly. Adam shares his thoughts with us on the changes his site – and blogs in general – has gone through over the years, what his plans are for the future of Slamxhype and his newly founded magazine, and more.