From its origins in American workwear, via west coast subcultures, extreme sports and subsequent commercialism, streetwear has become to fashion as hip-hop has to music: a global phenomenon. Incorporating cultural codes of dress, the best in graphic design, as well as exemplary brand-building – the products not of corporate giants but cottage/tenement industries – the leading streetwear brands have become influential beyond the sphere of fashion alone. Streetwear may form a fundamental look for out-of-office-hours dress for teenagers and middle youth alike, but its leading lights have connections with the worlds of art, advertising, music and interiors that make them as potent as ‘designer’ brands many times their size. Showcasing over 30 of the most exciting and – importantly – pioneering of streetwear brands, this book focuses not on the endless me-too labels, but those that have shaped the market since the late 1980s. Cult Streetwear tells the stories of the people behind the brands – from entrepreneurs to graffiti writers, DJs to surf dudes to sneaker nuts, from LA to NYC, London to Berlin and Tokyo. It explores each brand’s cultural resonance, and explains why so many have gained a cult following while continuing to break new ground in a market with unlimited scope for innovation.
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I”GOSPEL” became interested in drawing and painting since he was a child. In 1990, he moved to Tokyo alone in search of a better environment where he could keep drawing. He keeps searching for his own style as he teaches himself to get different types of skills. The characters, which he creates by using a variety of techniques, such as acrylic paint, airbrush, or spray, attract many people regardless of genre. And in Japanese Hip Hop culture which keeps developing in various ways, he keeps projecting a unique image in accordance with his first impulse.Because look-alikes become more and more common these days, his style of cherishing his real origin and his various works of not only live paint but also apparel, CD artwork and magazine coverare recognized and supported widely, not limited to just Hip Hop, among both major ground and underground.
Actually, i didnt cook nothing at all cuz woman's cooking is alwayz better than me n my cooking is artistic cooking so alwayz pretty bad.lol.
BUT!! i start to learn cooking from internet recipe these day! Yes! cooking is easy! easy! easy? easy...ea...e.....haaaard!!!!! its really hard to learn! cuz i dont get how many gram, cup, etc.. if i have this shit, my cooking skill will get better! cooking is science!! and heart right?
i should have this cutting board and i-pad board man.