When the world just isn’t enough
Here are a couple pieces from the Play Cloths Spring 2010 delivery 1 lineup, or as I like to call it “Some murder from the murderer”.
Well it looks like Neighborhood decided to kill with its latest drop. The “Magnificent Seven” is the latest drop by Neighborhood and the collection includes outerwear pieces that take on a vintage look along with an array of cut and sew and accessories. Peep game.
Heres a look at another one of my talented artist friends. Lady Diana “Millard” Smith is a seasoned artist who has laid claim to great achievements in the artistic community. Her artwork explores the emotion and personality of the human form through simple use of line work. Millard Artist is one visionary to keep your eye one.
Haiti faced a natural disaster of unprecedented proportion, an earthquake unlike anything the country has ever experienced. The magnitude 7.0 earthquake – and several very strong aftershocks – struck only 10 miles from Port-au-Prince. Over 2 million people in Port-au-Prince faced this catastrophe alone and idle hands will only make this tragedy worse. Many people across the country have already started to contribute to the Haiti Relief Effort and Play Cloths must do its part as well. Sometimes it is very confusing when donating due to the high level of corruption within certain charities but in this instance we feel that WYCLEF JEAN is a man we can trust.
So starting today, Friday January 15th @ 3pm est, Play Cloths will release a signature Jack logo t-shirt designed for the Haiti Relief Effort. 100% OF THE PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED to the YELE HAITI EARTHQUAKE FUND which is an organization supported by WYCLEF. In order to send the donations as fast as we can, the Haitian Jack t-shirt will only be on sale from Friday, January 15th to Friday, January 22nd (one week only). We will be shipping Friday the following week. We cannot stress enough what a human disaster this is and every little bit we can give helps. We can only hope that our efforts combined with efforts from the rest of the world will help the people of Port-au-Prince immediately as well as create a better Haiti for the future.
Thank you all for your patronage.
This video is crazy. I like it because it utilizes an art technique that I like. Pixels are dope but this video is nasty as hell at the same time. Check it out.