All you die-hard Josh-fans out there can now breathe a lil easier – Mr Akiyama has now started a blog just for you! Aptly titled WAKE UP IN THEMORNINGFEELINGLIKEAKIYAMA (Kesha being one of Josh’s all-time favourites), the blog will no doubt be a a self-absorbed gluttony of fresh proddy, girls, industry parties, gettin loose and more girls – exactly what a good blog should be.
Click on the link to the right to follow Akiyama thru Tokyo.
Silver+Black & Hit+Run
2010-04-28 00:00:00 UTC
As part of their Silver+Black campaign, Asahi (aswell as Super Special, T-World, and AS Colour) bring the boys behind Hit+Run to our shores for one night only. The LA crew that started up a few years back by basically screen printing limited designs on the run (literally at home parties, small events etc) bring their speed-screening skills to the Ambush Gallery in Waterloo tomorrow night. Get there early to get one of 300 free tees. Designs by She One, Ryo Ono, Cryptik and more. Check the vid below to see how the gig went down in Melbourne a few weeks ago.
2010-04-24 00:00:00 UTC
Yo! Logo tees
Hey YO! Logo hoods
YO YO YO!!! Snapbacks
DC x SE Bikes 2010 Limited
2010-04-21 00:00:00 UTC
DCxSE PK Ripper Fixed Gear 2010
DCxSE 26" Quadangle Looptail
DC Brand and SE Bikes have got together again this year to release the 2010 upgraded version of their PK Ripper Fixie and for the first time – a dope 26" version of the classic Quadangle Looptail. Individually numbered and limited to only 300 manufactured worldwide each.
We’re stoked to announce that not only are both these rides now available for pre-order at HALF*SLEEVE*, but we will also be hosting the official DC x SE Launch Party for NSW on Saturday 15th May (more details soon). Oh Snap!
We will have both models instore from the first week of May for those of you keen to come check em out in the flesh, and will be taking pre-orders up until the 21st May.
For full specs on both rides, hit up the SE website here.
26" Quadrangle Looptail – $950
PK Ripper Fixed (47-61") – $1150
And here’s a lil vid on the history of the Quadangle. Note the Quad cruiser mentioned is the 24" (NOT 26") from a few years back.