This gallery contains 15 photos.
This backpack combines timeless style with some new school details to store your stuff in a sturdy and functional yet stylish piece. The Mini Brit is constructed with hard handling canvas in smart-looking black or khaki, and the urban street wear favorite, camouflage. A couple of front pouches and side stashes compliment the main compartment, offering all the space and organization you need for your next walrus-equipped adventure.
The artist reminds us of our peaceful ignorance as we sleep. If you hit a road block or develop a pattern of formulated cause and effect, take inspiration from “Innocent When We Dream” and hit the reset button. Other times, instead of looking inward, we get a little help from our friends. “Follow Me” encourages you to do just that; find guidance and support from those around you.
Three color variations of RETNA’s artwork for the Purpose album by Justin Bieber.
Rod Halhead is a designer based in London. His whimsical color drenched collages keeps our heads spinning for the day… “I recycle images whether it be in memory of someone, making something new out of an old photo or something comical.” -RH
Irma Gruenholz handcrafts each sculpture with modeling clay as well as other materials such as wood, paper, and other found object to creatively experiment with her subject matter. She then photographs her pieces in studio, breathing life into her works and adding another layer of complexity through lighting.
More info about Irma at: Deplastilina
British-Moroccan photographer Hassan Hajjaj photographed Marrakech’s colorful bike gangs, complete with polka dot veils, Nike djellabahs and heart-shaped sunglasses. His series Kesh Angels, on view at the Taymour Grahne gallery in New York City until 7 March: