Back again with another issue guaranteed not to disappoint, with 124 pages of stunning visuals from 9 different features. BBB Issue number 12 is jam-packed with all sorts of ocular goodies. Composing of articles on “This is Not a Toy” and “Crowded Kingdom” exhibitions and interviews from RAOS, POSER, Justin Bower, Rusto, Rubin415 Winnie Truong and Ben Frost, we’re as pleased with this issue as you will be. Click the flick or the LINK to read.
With another 100+ page issue, this lengthy new edition of BBB is an artistic gold mine. With a broad range of visuals such as Zeus40 of Wildboys, XRay, ANSER: Mysterious Date, Dick Cherry, Mikael B/KetsOne, an editorial on the graffiti Mecca “5 Pointz” in NYC, AGENS ABM Crew, Trevor Wheatley‘s NIKE Project and Augustine Kofie, this issue is sure to be an instant classic. Click the image or the the magazine HERE!
We here have been working hard to make loads of new ways for you to see (what we think at least) is our fantastic publication. Now through Readymag, we have made our publication cross-platform, where you can read our most recent issue on your desktop, tablet and/or smartphone. Through this platform there’s loads of new features such as audio, video and slideshows. It means you can enjoy tons more from each artist/feature. Currently, number 10 is the only issue up, but you can rest assured we will do our best to get every last one up there. After the click a quick mini-demo of how it looks on an iPad. Read BBB10 through Readymag HERE.
The guys from Warby Parker got in contact with us about an exciting new project they’re doing with musical artist Beck. The two are collaborating on a music meets fashion project that is celebrated with a new line of frames entitled “Carmichael.” Below is their press release about the project and after the jump a lot of amazing pictures of the frames.
“Meet Max Hazan. Working at a successful but unrewarding career in design Max decided to pursue what he loved, building one off custom motorcycles (at Hazan Motorworks) unlike anything else out there. Roughly one year into this new life Max reflects on his start, his design process, the bike he just finished…a Royal Enfield modeled on old Italian Speedboats and the one nearing completion… a Harley Ironhead that measures in at eight feet long and three hundred pounds.” – Cinema Mercantile
It’s been a long time, we shouldn’t have left you, without a new Bizarre Beyond Belief issue. Sincerest apologies for the delay on this one. Many obstacles and road bumps in creating this publication. However, we’re back with a brilliant double-pressed tenth issue. Coming at you with a powerhouse line up such as the legendary New York graffiti artist Alan Ket, our first repeat interviewee Jack Hardwicke, Greek graffiti artist BIZ360, the omnipotent being Earth Crusher, the incredible Trevor Wheatley, innovative street/fine artist LX ONE, the 20th anniversary of the BSM Crew in Toronto, and one of our absolute favourites Jason Botkin. Click HERE or on the image below to enjoy.
Presented by My Graffiti Hats, the notorious LEWTS/LEWTER GH from Toronto paints a couple of burners as well as some wearable styles.
If you frequent this site, you definitely are aware that our main man, Dave Dean, is coming out with his new album “Summer Traps”. In anticipation of it, we are releasing song after song until the whole album is out. Here is his newest release entitled “Oh Lannie” with lyrics after the jump.