BAIT and Astro Boy collide to collaborate on an Atom Project skateboard set with a glow-in-the-dark motif. The piece will be limited-edition and there will be three decks that will depict the iconic hero in a left, front and right side angle. The glow-in-the-dark aspect comes in play when the lights are low, exposing a neon green skeleton underneath.
Supreme and Takashi Murakami recently joined forces in the name of charity on a special Box Logo T-shirt that provided funds to HELP USA. HELP USA is a charity that provides vulnerable youths and families with shelter, food, and essential services. These shirts generated a staggering $1,052,040 USD and sold out immediately.
Supreme is definitely no stranger to charity as the streetwear/skate brand has collaborated with creative director Luke Meier’s OAMC for an immigration initiative as well as partnerships with Louis Vuitton to benefit the BBC’s Children in Need.
There are still ways to help even if you missed out on the Supreme T-shirts by visiting HELP USA’s website.
KAWS and non-profit organization Free Arts NYC join forces to release a series of limited prints. Proceeds from the sale of the prints will go towards the charity that is responsible for raising money for underprivileged children in shelters that are crowded whether it be for supplies, activity kits, and virtual mentorship.
The prints will come signed and numbered and will measure 10.5 x 8 inches. There will be a total of 25 including five artist proofs, featuring Snoopy in the form of a silhouette. Inside the silhouette is an array of colorful lines arranged abstractly. These prints will be available for $1,200 USD per piece.
Purchasing instructions are as follows:
To request purchase, email
PRINTS@KAWS.COM with FREEARTSNYC in the subject line and include your full name, shipping address, and phone number. 25 people will be selected to purchase the print and will be contacted with payment instructions. If you are interested in being placed in line to buy a print from the soon-to-be announced editions for other charities, please mention that in your email.
The Hundreds teams up with popular artist Blue The Great for a special collaboration on a capsule collection, merging two worlds together.
The Blue The Great x The Hundreds collab has seemingly been in the works for over a year as the artist has been working with The Hundreds design team on incorporating his style and art into pieces that are both stylish and up-to-par with his artistic standards.
Our goal was to bring fans of Blue and The Hundreds right into the studio, ready to create, ready to get messy. Blue’s paint-covered overalls that he wore while making countless pieces of art were cloned and made into an allover print pair of Shorts. We turned his painter’s palette, full of brilliant colors and mixtures and personality, into the most unique ceramic ashtray you’ve ever seen.
The collection features apparel with graphics created by Blue The Great like The Hundreds Wildfire Flag and an Adam Bomb mascot remix. Look for these graphics to be shown on tees, Pullovers, and Zip-Up Hoodies.
Artist Ron English gives us a look at his upcoming project involving his Temper Tot character. The character is based off of English’s painting titled The Incredulous Hulkboy. His latest work is a vinyl sculpture showcasing the Temper Tot in all its glory. The original collectible launched back in 2013 with green, glitter and even glow-in-the-dark colorways.
English shared the 10 inch tall Temper Tot via Instagram which features the figure in a metallic chrome color. This will be a limited release of just 100 pieces, with each being signed by the artist and will have a price of $100 USD.
Filip Hodas has created a series of skulls that are inspired by some iconic cartoon characters that hold a special place in any kid’s heart. The Prague-based 3D illustrator has merged his interest in skulls with his work in CG and has crafted each skull using 3D programming. Each realistically designed skull is contrasted by a bright and colorful background.
The series features a fossilized Goofy (Canis Goofus), Tweety Bird (Canaria Tweetea), Minnie Mouse (Mus Minnius) and other characters including like SpongeBob, Scrooge McDuck and Popeye.
The main goal of this series was to get better at sculpting and to experiment with Zbrush to Substance Painter workflow, For each skull, I tried to adjust and improve the workflow which resulted in quite visible differences between the first (Canis Goofus) and last in the series (Anas Scroogius). All of the textures were procedurally made in 3D programming.
We recently unveiled a Supreme x Oreo collab in the works where early packs have been reselling for well over $15,000 USD. Now we know those kind of prices are absurd for edible goods, popular YouTube channel Unnecessary Inventions will make it easier to obtain the next best thing as they create “fake products that solve problems that don’t actually exist.”
Check out this trailer for a documentary on the mysterious and elusive street artist Banksy. The doc, called Banksy & The Rise of Outlaw Art, focuses on how Banksy helped to transcend the world of street art.
As the world’s most infamous street artist, Banksy’s political art, criminal stunts and daring invasions have outraged the establishment for over two decades, but despite being one of the most important figures of our times, Banksy has remained an enigma, with little known about the circumstances of his life and work. His rise coincided with the emergence of Street Art, a form of illegal, public art that evolved from the graffiti scene to change the face of cities across the world. Banksy became the leading figure in this revolutionary new movement, assembling a multi-million dollar empire and changing the way that we think about art. Through it all, however, his identity has remained shrouded in mystery…