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8.25.2012

Futura

Leonard Mcgurr, commonly known as Futura2000 (or now just Futura), is an american graffiti legend. Born and raised in NYC, he has been writing since the early 70s. Futuras style consists of an abstract approach to street art which sets him apart from many other artists. He is one of the few graffiti artists which have prevailed in the artistic scene with many exhibitions world wide. He has also collaborated  with companies such as Nike, G-Shock, and Medicom Toy, and designs for his own label Futura Laboratories.





This is writer/blogger Tabatha Mcgurr. Widely known for her work on Married to the Mob, she just so happens to also be Futuras daughter. 



Elroy Boogie holding it down in the heat. 




Futura Air Force 1 with Kaws laces






Father and Daughter. Unfortunately i didn't get to meet photographer/documentarian Timothy Mcgurr (aka 13th Witness)

Got my Futura g-shock signed


8.18.2012

Death Precision Inc. Pop Up Shop



Death Precision Inc is  is a New Jersey based brand with the background of a Mid-1900s work force. Started by Kobi McLemore who is only 17, DPI has gained a strong online following over the past year. Kobi teamed up with the Houston boutique Sole Purpose for a one day pop up shop. Be sure to check both of them out and support your locals. 

























International Day of Quds

The day of Quds is an annual event held on the last Friday of the Holy month of Ramadhan. On this day, people all over the world gather in their respected cities to raise their voices against oppression and stand in solidarity with Palestinian people. Although this day is significant for Palestine it also stands for the oppressed people all around the world. Wether the protest is for oppression in Burma, Bahrain, Pakistan, or Iraq. The day of Quds is for us to raise our voices for the oppressed people who dont have the opportunity to be heard  The peaceful protest paricipants consist of not only Muslims, but Christians, Jews, and people of other faiths alike. This year, the Houston protest was held at the Galleria on the intersection of Post Oak Blvd and Westheimer. For more information, be sure to visit http://freealquds.org/