Our friends over at The Infamous Magazine just dropped their 6th issue, featuring a dual cover from Cope2 and Lewy. And, to the help them celebrate, we’re linking up for their Philadelphia release party. It goes down this Thursday December 22nd from 9pm to 2am at Tattooed Mom. You’ll be able to pick up copies of Issue #6, and the first 30 to buy an issue get a free copy of Living Proof Magazine Issue #7! Also, there will be live painting by Sean MRG, a “Hands” contest where you can show off your handstyle and win a Living Proof Magazine x Curtis Kulig “Love Me” skate deck, and an appearance by See you there.
A little while ago we told you about The Streets at Seven Springs, a new terrain park at the resort focused on recreating a shredable city landscape for snowboarders and skiers brought to you by Forum Snowboards. Now, they’ve released a video and opening date for the park. In the video, you can watch the different elements being put together including plenty of rails and more along with team riders Pat Moore and Nic Sauvé talking about the park.
The Streets at Seven Springs is set to open January 19th.
DC Shoes has a little something up their sleeve, and it’s set to launch on January 1st. While vague all around, we do know that part of “Rediscover” is the announcing who’s on the DC 2012 team. What we don’t know is that they’ve also got something planned around the “Rediscover” concept. Could it be a video? Could it be a collection? Only time will tell and we’ll let you know. The above video serves as a teaser, and along with narration by Danny Way, there’s also a group photo shoot going on. Go here for more info.
Tis the season! And after our Small Business Sale, we’re keeping things going as you should always be supporting small businesses. What does that mean for you? Well, it means two things. First, the Living Proof Magazine x Curtis Kulig skate decks are still half off. But, you’d better act fast as we don’t have that many left! And, the Living Proof Magazine x Marco Zamora 5-Panel hats are half off as well! Grab them up before they’re all gone.
Hosted by Superstar Jay & DJ Love Dinero, “Curb Certified” is the latest joint from the cousin of Q-Tip, Consequence. Coming a long way since he first appeared in the game on “Beats, Rhymes, and Life,” Consequence drops twelve cuts on “Curb Certified” featuring guest spots from Kid Cudi, Estelle, and more. Check out the tracklist below and download here.
Living Proof Magazine Issue 7 is now available to the masses!
Kicking it off in this issue, iconic and legendary artist Kenny Scharf, who also graces the front cover, tells us tales about the first time he picked up a can of spray paint, how he met Keith Haring, and how New York City has changed over the years. Complimenting our Scharf feature, Clare Rojas, who is featured on the back cover, gives us an intimate look at some of her recent works.
Moving through the rest of the magazine, Tobin Yelland and his photographs are on display as he speaks about his subject matter and Richard Colman dispels the secrets behind his patterns and cone-shaped hats.
Rounding out the rest of the magazine, Jessy Nite (interviewed by Jen Stark) speaks about her work and how she’s not a lesbian, Mint & Serf engage in a conversation about a variety of topics, Othelo Gervacio (interviewed by Erik Foss) humors us with an anecdote about farting in church, Dominic Episcopo gets his hands bloody with meat sculptures, and Ben Pier photographs the soccer-filled day of Mickey from I Am The Avalanche in our fashion story.
Living Proof Magazine Issue 7 will be available soon for absolutely FREE at retailers and galleries such as Supreme, Reed Space, St. Alfred, Ubiq, Subliminal Projects, O.H.W.O.W., and more. The issue is currently for sale for $6 in our online store and will be available for that same price at other retailers. Limited edition of 10,000. Individually wrapped in a plastic bag.
Amid his exhibition of recent site-specific painting and sculpture at Loft In Space, Craig “KR” Costello sat down with Vice for an episode of their Art Talk series. In the video, KR talks about his roots in the game, living in both San Francisco and New York City, how he got started both writing and painting, and how his own Krink brand came about.
This weekend, December 17th to be exact, Asbury Park’s Parlor Gallery will open “Local Color,” a group show consisting of local New Jersey artists. As always, they’ve got a stellar line-up, and like the name suggests, color takes a focal point in each of the works on view. Artists include: Scott Albrecht, Alex Masket, Johnny Taylor, Miles Ladin, Molly Johnson, Daniel Belardinelli, Brandon McLean, Denis Randall, Robert Ryan, Dahlia Elsayed, and Scott Szegeski.