im not sure how many people kanye considers a “modern day warhol” but i’m pretty sure he’s mentioned both david lachapelle and takashi murakami before.
murakami got serious momentum from the kanye album art, and it just keeps building.
its ironic to write a ‘death of supreme’ post, and then tout their new products the next day, but shit like that doesn’t matter when you write what you want, when you want to!!
supreme artist collaborations annihilate every other street lifestyle/culture/cheesy marketing term brand out there. these are skateboard decks … designed by one of the most influential japanese pop artists, ever. smarten up, lames.
if these aren’t already next to kanye’s jetsons prints, they will be soon.
kanye west’s home in los angeles.
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a flickr gallery of famous movie endings.
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wordpress doesn’t support onsmash videos, but they should.
kanye west gets assistance from parisian artist/illustrator so_me for the good life video (here). HERE’S ANOTHER HIT (barry bonds), and a fresh video.
i thought it was parra, who has nicer type. my fault.
so_me also did the justice ‘dance’ video:
and it’s STILL too bad this one didn’t get printed:
wilbon JR (birdcall) keep hatin’.
nahright was on it.
It’s a love/hate with Kanye. But really. I said it before, and I’ll say it again: Who else gets Takashi Murakami for cover art? The only problem is … its not the real album cover, and it doesn’t even look good.
It’s on order. You should get it too. It’s a nice addition to your workspace.
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“viral” videos = dead. Except for Nike short films or commercials from Japan … which I think are more creative/captivating than anything viral in the US anyways. I’m biased, I love 97% of the work Nike’s agency(s) do.
I’m not really sure how to describe this … but it features three characters who live normal lives, until they’re each enhanced by a different superpower. That superpower being one of the product features of the Nike Free 7. The animation is wild.
Thanks to DK for enlightening me, and you can watch it here — via neu black