Rhyme & Reason – Hip-hop documentary created by interviewing over 80 artists in rap and hip.

One of hip-hop’s first big documentaries Rhyme & Reason, in production of “Miramax” was released in 1997, created by the film maker Peter Spirer.  It covers pretty much of rap’s early rise to prominence, how rap become a major cultural voice, exploring the music’s history and it’s controversial imagery through 80 interviews with some of […]

The North Face with its newest collection for winter 2019

Besides the fact that the collection won’t arrive on time for gift season, The North Face is  re-living its apparel in latest ’92 RAGE fashion. The heavy winter items are enfold in retro vibes, consist energetic and vigorous colors and bold prints that reminisce of the center stage of the ‘90s.  The line is unisex […]

Street art: 43 incredible examples to inspire you (part 1)

Street art.. most beautiful decoration on the common alleys, concrete buildings, river bridges, railway stations, trains.. And it can be found allover the world. Street art comes in vary shapes and forms, from sculptures to“yarn bombing”,  and contains everything from graffiti fonts family to windows display and far more. Here follows part 1 of the […]

Legendary cooperation between Vans & Disney continues

This year is the 90th anniversary since Mickey Mouse was born on the screens. From there Disney and Vans as a celebration to this event are releasing a new collection of footwear and apparel, with the most beloved and iconic character of Disney. Both brands are renewing their collaboration, by showcasing a theme that presents […]

Street culture and graffiti art of the early 1980’s

If you haven’t seen it by now, you should definitely check out this documentary on hip-hop culture, with accent on graffiti and street art in New York, named “Style Wars” aired in 1983 at PBS, directed by Toni Silver. Center of the activities in the documentary is N.Y. street culture and graffiti art in the […]

10 Ways Nas’ “Illmatic” Changed Hip-Hop

Time is Illmatic. Nas’s debut album Illmatic is the crown jewel of the mid-’90s classics that still define the genre. Unlike Biggie’s Ready to Die or Jay-Z’s Reasonable Doubt, which were released in its wake, Illmatic was the game-changer that forever transformed the landscape of East Coast hip-hop. Not only did it establish Nas as the Best Rapper Alive for 1994. it raised the stakes for hip-hop production, […]

Graffiti Documentary – The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan

Cool “Disco” Dan was here. And here. And seemingly everywhere. Through the life story of this shy and troubled, but also resilient, young man, the filmmakers successfully shed light on “chocolate” D.C. at the end of the 20th century. The documentary narrated by D.C. native Henry Rollins that tells the story of Washington, D.C. in […]