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The Asics Gel Lyte III, one of our favourite Asics silhouette, is now back in this new Brazil inspired colorway, part of the 'Rio Pack'. Nabuk and nylon upper, Asics branding to the side and Gel technology.
Nike FC T-shirt featuring 'Vai pra onde?' script printed on chest (Brazilian translation for 'Where are you going?).
The Asics Gel Lyte V, originally released in 1993 is now back in this new Brazil inspired colorway, part of the 'Rio Pack'. Premium materials as leather Asics branding to the side and nylon and suede upper, neoprene tongue and lining, contrast detals and Gel technology.
The Asics Gel Lyte 5, originally released in 1993 is now back in this new 'Brazil' colorway. Suede and mesh upper, iconic colors of the South American country, bicolor midsole and Gel technology. A very welcomed return after a long 20 year wait.
The Nike Air Max 97 is back with a special limited edition to close the Brazil Pack. This new SP (Special Project) edition features a jaquard upper with colorful detailing on the tongue and collar and the typical full length encapsulated Air sole unit. It's a Tier Zero model available in very limited quantities. Limited 1 pair per customer, multiple orders will be canceled.
Super light and super comfortable, the new Nike Roshe Run NM are the perfect choice for spring and summer. The sole draws influence from Nike’s Free technology, splitting up the forefoot with small, anatomically-divided grooves. The upper has a soft material, featuring a protective lacing system and Hyperfuse taped seams for a more streamlined appearance. Brand new details as the 'Nike' branding on the heel and 'Brazil' details on the tongue. It's a Tier Zero model available in very limited quantities. Limited 1 pair per customer, multiple orders will be canceled.
How & Nosm are European graffiti artists and professional muralists residing in New York. There has been much interest in their new work. In times when a multitude of colors, techniques and effects tend to overcompensate for style, How & Nosm take the opposite approach. With a limited color pallet in hand (black, white and red), How & Nosm create eye-catching murals laced with social commentary. Their signature ‘black, white and red’ intricate patterns, stark line work and stylized forms allow the clarity of the message conveyed come to the fore. 'How&Nosm – The Brazil Diaries' is an intimate look at their art explorations in Brazil. Unlike any other place they have travelled to, have they found such great understanding and acceptance of their artistic pursuits. The liberation and creative freedom afforded has proved instrumental in their recent mural work and keeps them returning for more. Don't miss the last book's section with a selection of international walls with TATS and MSK and a selection of trains and metros all across Europe.
Octavio and Gustavo Pandolfo, better known by their collective name, Os Gêmeos (the Portuguese word for "twins") show some of their more recent works in this incredible book, released for their first american solo exhibition in Boston. For those who don't know them, the Os Gemeos began their street art career in the late 1980s: today they are two of the most prominent public art figures in Brazil, famous for their large-scale murals and adornment of public transportation. Without ever forgetting their genuine nature of authentic graffiti writers. This book is aperfect mix of inside and outside works, so you can concentrate on details on canvases or appreciate theis incredible huge murals. Do you a favour: don't miss it!