Casey Gray 'Double Knotted' at Hashimoto Contemporary Gallery

San Francisco's finest, Casey Gray, is headed to open a solo exhibition this weekend at Hashimoto Contemporary. The exhibition, Double Knotted, is going introduce a brand new body of work for Casey's first solo show at the gallery. The show opens this Saturday, April 1, 2017 and they will host an opening reception from 6:00-9:00PM. If you can't make it this weekend, Double Knotted will be on view through April 22, 2017. To celebrate the opening Hashimoto put together a short video about Casey's process in the studio.


ONLY is back with a new artist series featuring legendary NYC graffiti artist COST. The limited edition capsule is made up of graphic tees, fleece, hats, totes and stickers. The collection feature's COST's iconic "COST WAS HERE" typography and classic tongue in cheek statements. ONLY will be dropping everything Thursday, March 16 online and at their brick and mortar on Stanton Street.

Grotesk for the Converse Chuck '70

Converse and Grotesk have teamed back up for another project. The NYC based artist / designer has been invited to veneer the iconic Chuck Taylor '70, an honor unto itself. The collaboration is available in two original patterns by Grotesk, Night Shift and Darwin was a Baller. The series is exclusively available through the Converse customization channel and there are an endless amount combinations to pick from. From what we've been told, this is going to be available for a limited, so if you were wondering what to do with that tax return, here is your opportunity.

Type tester for F37 Foundry

Finding a typeface today is beyond challenging, every option is every possibility which equates to the burden of choice. We've seen a lot of improvement being able to test words live with different typefaces, but Rick Banks just brought this to a whole new level. Rick of Face37, launched a new website for his type foundry, F37 Foundry with amazing capabilities. The site allows creatives to test typefaces allowing designers to test kerning, tracking, scaling, color, and more.

Victory Journal X Reigning Champ: The Contributor Collection

It is just a delight seeing two brands we massively admire come together for a collaboration, especially when it is done well. Today, Victory Journal announced a special project with Reigning Champ dubbed The Contributor Collection. Using Reigning Champ's iconic Core Line, they simply adorned each piece with Victory's strong brand marks and of course hammered home on the details with a special tag. The Contributor Collection both available through Victory and Reigning Champ's web stores, so take your pick, but get picking fast.

Kaibosh Eyewear Store by Studio Snask

Studio Snask was approached by Norwegian eyewear brand and retail store Kaibosh for a rebrand, Kaibosh felt they had become a bit boring. With dialed companies like Warby Parker and Oliver Peoples leading the eyewear scene we can imagine that it'd be easy to get lost in the noise. Snask chose a different approach to a rebrand and began the process with copywriting and tone and worked backward from there.

Fenghe Luo's WTF New York City Souvenirs

New York is arguably one of the most loved cities in the World, it doesn't matter if you're a tourist or a native – NYC is the place to be. But anyone who has spent more than a day or two roaming the city knows there are just somethings that define New York that are far from cultural happenings or a shiny skyscraper. Designer Fenghe Luo decided to create a few pieces that capture the less glamours personality of NYC.

Another Fine Mess

Society 6 co-founder Justin Cooper has launched his next project, Another Fine Mess, publishing and producing editioned work from emerging and established artists and designers. Although not a massive departure from Justin's original endeavor in the arts, AFM is focused on creating small amounts of work apposed to mass production.

Shower Beer

Creative studio Snask wanted to create their own beer, but they wanted to approach it a bit differently. Snask created Shower Beer, a petite beer perfect for guzzling while in the shower getting ready before a night out. Aside from absoltley loving a shower beer, we have to admire the branding and packaging Snask put together.

Working Girls Co.

Created by artist Shailah Maynard, Working Girls Co. creates tongue-in-cheek accessories and clothing all rooted in a feminist and oftentimes satirical undertone. Based out of Cincinnati, the conceptual brand offers up everything from pool floats to socks and we are going to need a whole new kit from Working Girls to kick off 2017 properly.

Tan & Loose 2017 Calendar

Wiley and Clay Hickson out of Chicago are back at it with their annual calendar offering. An amalgamation of what the brothers call "12 months of bizarre and underwhelming images". Offered up in your classic spiral bound format, this year's comes in at 12 pages (duh) and is a four color Riso print. It is probably to late to get this by Christmas, but maybe it'll go on sale in January. Visit Tan & Loose for more information.

Wes Anderson for H&M: Come Together

We've seen Wes Anderson partner with high-fashion brands like Prada before, but this holiday he is working with H&M and produced a short film starring Adrian Brody. The short film, Come Together, depicts train passengers traveling to meet their families and loved ones for the holidays and they've run into dreaded travel delays. We are so delighted to see a larger brand like H&M moving away from your stereotypical, holiday-neutral tagline this season and working with a creative like Anderson.

Preposterous – A short about absurdity

Speaking as the clumsy one in the studio, accidents happen, but the outcome is always somewhat predictable, a dropped glass usually means a broken glass. Florent Porta decided to rethink that in his newest short Preposterous. The short illustrates seemingly obvious scenes that turn out very different than what you would expect and what a delight it is.

Kimou 'Grotesk' Meyer X Case Studyo: A Bigger Big Poppa

Case Studyo and Kimou 'Grotesk' Meyer have teamed up to create a new version of the Notorious B.I.G Fuck a Dollar and a Dream sculpture which debuted in 2015. At more than twice the size of the OG sculpture, A Bigger Big Poppa is an edition of 8 pieces and will be available tomorrow, November 28, 2016. Kimou wanted to capture exactly what made Biggie such a unique voice and distinctive stylist; “I wanted to pay homage to Biggie by getting to the essence of his personality,” Meyer says.