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PREMIER AMOUR   is a brand originally  from Paris created by Shyne Ousmane.
To build the brand, he cleverly blended all different codes from Street Culture… 273 more words


Book Review: The Devil Wears Timbs by Tranay Adams

Well, when I first came across The Devil Wears Timbs, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. The front cover really drew my attention, think Mission Impossible meets the streets of LA. 366 more words


St Ann’s Square and beyond: interruptions and assimilation

Written by Dani Abulhawa and Sarah Spanton

During Hazard, Ann’s Square felt strangely like a gallery space, a physically contained rectangle with seating and sculptural features laid out within the space. 312 more words


Weekend with the boys

Celebrated my upcoming weekend with my boys and girl hard this past weekend.
Awesome time was had indeed.



The Rising Sun: PureFilth Magazine Goes To Japan Part 1

PF contributor; Chris Martin recently brought us these images from Tokyo. Aside from the normal curiosities we Americans associate with the Far East such as the foods, signage, and fashion, a noticeable stand-out is the prevalence of traditional graffiti styles and sticker art. 342 more words

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Brick Lane, London

Somewhat of an urban mecca for street artists the world over, Brick Lane in London’s East End is something of a colour riot and a cultural hub with much to offer in the way of food, drink and shopping as well. 191 more words


In Crown Heights, near home

The first few times he called out to me, it caught me off guard.

“Hey neighbor,” would come the sound of a man’s voice from my left. 177 more words