Nr. 1 in streetwear category
Rebel 8 5 Panel hat with chambray fabric and woven red patch at front.
The first monograph of Honet, I Want Discipline, makes reference to its series of three eponymic exhibitions, successively presented in Marseille, Tokyo and Yverdon-les-Bains (in Switzerland). The book plunges us into the illustrative world of the artist, presenting its most known (figures such as masked characters, monsters and skeletons. In a second part, Honet immerses us in photos in its adventures. Making the link between its work and its life, I Want Discipline allows to seize better the singular universe of an atypical artist. A must. Dimensions 25x19 cm Limited Edition
Inspired by the bigger Little America, the Herschel Little America Mid Volume is perfect for the daily use, without losing the classic mountaineering style. Featuring a fully lined coated cotton-poly fabric, a fully padded/fleece lined up to 13" laptop sleeve pocket, magnetic strap closures with metal pin clip, main compartment cinch top closure, front pocket with hidden zipper and key clip, internal media pocket, ventilated air mesh back padding and contoured shoulder straps.
Herschel zippered pouch wallet with exposed brass zipper, fill grain leather zipper pull and interior card slots.
Zoo York lightweight hooded jacket with side zip pockets, internal pocket with velcro closure, embroidered logo on chest. Featuring contrast striped rib at waistband and cuff.
Obey lightweight five panel camp hat with all over floral print and heat debossed leather patch on crown. Includes leather closure with buckle.
Official snapback hat, Fuckers style with camouflage applique and laser cut Official label applied to the front panel. Contrast visor in Tiger Camo.
Necklace from Wood Fellas, made of genuine wood. Length 70 cm.
Scrivere da Cani, Spiner 1994 - 2014 is a project curated by Stefano Mariani e
Filippo Nicolini around the style evolution of the Milanese graffiti writer Spiner.
This book contains a selection of more than 450 archive images of bombings and
tags of one of the main artists of the Lambrate area based TBC crew, shot over
ten years. Spiner is unique in the way he identifies characteristic places to
express himself. He’s unique for the constant research of his tools which is not
limited to the classics offered by the writing discipline and for his expressive
evolution, free from the constraints of creating readable texts. An attitude that
guided him through the city like an animal marking its territory. The idea of an
unreadable calligraphy - commonly associated to a ‘dog’s handwriting’ in Italian -
inspires the title of the book ‘Scrivere da Cani’ and represents a personal point of
view on contemporary writing, presented in its singularity within the Milanese
scene of recent years. For those who already know Spiner and appreciate his
style, this publication is a unique occasion to see an impressive quantity of his
works reunited in one archive, organized in a chronologic order and following the
evolution of his style. To those who may not know Spiner, this book represents a
chance to discover one of the most hermetic and explosive talents of the Italian
scene. A truly unique book that every lover of Milanese urban art should own.
Spiner is a one of a kind and maybe the last true urban writer. The last of a dying
breed of stray dogs.
Introduction by Filippo Nicolini and foreword by Simone Pallotta.
Photography by Stefano Mariani.
Bind, 416 pages, 23x15,5 cm, 150 cover edition