After many, successful Academy programs hosted in Austria within the last 10 years this year's goal was to take the program a step further and evolve it into a globally executed project. This March the first global Red Bull Photography Academy 2018 got hosted in the vibrant, metropole of Tokyo, facing not only cramped subways but four seasons in one week as well.
Federal BMX is pleased to announce a series of limited edition collaboration seats with contemporary street artists. Both BMX street riding and graffiti share similar terrain and a desire to do something unique in an everyday environment, often expressing creativity illegally and against the constraints of time. This synergy combined with a mutual appreciation of each other’s skill and dedication meant this felt like the perfect partnership.
For the second seat in our current campaign we’ve teamed up with Aroe. If you’re not already familiar with Aroe, he’s an infamous graffiti artist from Brighton who has travelled the world creating freehand art pieces. His work can be viewed in his hardback book “Results not excuses” as well as on his Instagram @aroe_heavyartillery.
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For 2016, Cult has worked with renowned English artist Funeral French. French exhibits worldwide in both solo and group shows and has worked on commercial projects for the music, advertising, fashion, publishing and skateboard industries. His signature style artwork, illustration and graphics has graced projects for Altamont, Vans, Kr3w, Creature Skateboards, Carhartt, Volcom, FBM, Death Rites, Independent Truck Co. and more.
DC Shoes and Big Brother, have launched an exclusive spring 2016 capsule collection. DC and Big Brother have teamed up to recount some of the best (and worst) memories in the Big Brother legacy with “The Big Brother Book.”
People identify Big Brother for pushing social boundaries with its antics, controversial topics and early articles featuring rip-off schemes like how to make a fake ID.
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