Nuvango is proud to present our latest capsule collection featuring famed artist Greg “Craola” Simkins. As an extension of the almost 10 year relationship between Nuvango and Craola, this collection features brand new artwork as well as some reimagined favorites, including Craola’s new take on a classic – the little black dress. Craola is inspired by the wonderful and magical worlds found in our daydreams; sourcing Narnia, Middle Earth and Neverland as some of his favorite spots to hangout. And frankly, we’re inspired by him. Craola has been everything from graffiti god to super surrealist, and we’re thrilled to be able to create wearable works of art that showcase his talent. Take a look at the collection yourself here and more press photos after the jump.
Chicago based graffiti artist Greve recently hooked up with the Soho House and sprayed a corner mural. This mural is a more experimental style than his usual comic book or graffiti style but he uses a brilliant amount of expression and motion to make it seems as if a model is walking around the corner of a catwalk.
Tisha Cherry recently completed her latest project for MISSBISH, where the food artist incorporates her love for food, art and fashion, but most of all branding by using our favourite foods to depict logos of popular fashion companies.
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We are back again for our 14th instalment of our magazine with a legendary line up of interviews from graffiti & fine-artist such as SABER [MSK/AWR], OGRE [MOAS], GRIS ONE, MR. WANY, Alex Senna, Greg Gossel, Jaybo Monk & a recap of NXNE Art Festival 2014. Click on the picture below or the link HERE to read the full issue.
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.
Photographer Sølve Sundsbø created a magnificent editorial for Vogue Italia’s September 2013 issue. Sundsbø seamlessly blends portraiture with foliage, which make for a beautiful sight.
Presented by My Graffiti Hats, the notorious LEWTS/LEWTER GH from Toronto paints a couple of burners as well as some wearable styles.