Awhile back we had a post explaining how Beyoncé had been picked as the face of the new swimwear campaign from Swedish brand H&M. Mrs. Carter is not only the face but is also rumored to be helping create the line. Just in time for the start to her tour, H&M has revealed a few more looks. Hit the jump to see a couple pics of Beyoncé. Read More
Millennials spend plenty of time on the internet, millennials seem to love streetwear, and many streetwear brands sell most of their products online. So it seems very practical that streetwear brands would build their brand presence online right? Who better to explain Read More
Nothing like a bit of global friction on a Wednesday afternoon. Now this shouldn’t lead to any bi-coastal nuclear attacks but we can say that some Native Americans are not too thrilled with proposed plans of an auction by the French. More details after the jump. Read More
“How can we facilitate people learning more information about Jewish people and their culture? Put a Jew in a box and let folks ask him questions!” Read More
We’ve shown you the story of the young teen blogger that was attacked by the Taliban for her views, today we learn about a new female target of the Taliban. She is also being threatened for her messages, she just happens to be using a different medium, art. Watch her story. Read More
Just in time for Easter a story has surfaced illustrating Africans’ ties to Christianity that were apparent long before blacks were brought over as slaves and hip-hop artists were wearing white Jesus pieces. See what Ebony found out.
If you’re into streetwear then you’ve probably clamored to get a shirt made popular by some obscenity emblazoned across it [or all over it]. If you’re not into streetwear then you’ve probably seen such a shirt and thought “what’s wrong with these kids”. HighSnobiety takes a closer look at the relationship of obscenities and streetwear as well as the streetwear culture. Read More
Art has always been a medium that is an unspoken language globally, but in contemporary times street art has really became a bridge for people around the world identifying with similar struggles, ideals and more. Yesterday we showed you the brothers from Iran gaining notoriety for their street art. Today we found a clip about street artists in Egypt.
The actual city of Tehran has become the canvas for a artist duo consisting of two brothers, Icy and Sot. Their street art has many social messages in it,which is very dangerous, Read More