CC2018 Tattoo Headliner: Nissaco

CC2018 Tattoo Headliner: Nissaco

The geometric god, best known as Nissaco, is a tattoo artist from Osaka whose combination of heavy blackwork, intricate dot-work, geometric patterns and traditional Japanese iconography is simply breathtaking. “Much of my work is based on the Japanese style,” Nissaco...
CC2018 Tattoo Headliner: Gakkin

CC2018 Tattoo Headliner: Gakkin

Gakkin is one of Japan’s most internationally recognised tattoo artists. A native of Wakayama, Gakkin mostly draws his inspiration from nature and also from several ancient Japanese painters. His tattoo work is so mesmerising and precise, which makes it all the more a...
PUMA’s Revival of the Cell

PUMA’s Revival of the Cell

Having originally debut in 1998, PUMA’s Cell Endura is a true gem that walked as much as it talked, featuring polyurethane elastomer configured in a pattern of interlocked hexagonal cells that are designed to provide better stability and improve cushioning. Now...
The World of BE@RBRICK

The World of BE@RBRICK

BE@RBRICKS are created by Japanese toy makers MediCom Toy, which essentially represents an anthropomorphised bear, and is loosely modelled after the Kubrick, MediCom Toy’s earlier creation that paid homage to Stanley Krubrick, one of the most influential directors in...
The Return of the Holy Grail — Air Jordan 11 “Concord”

The Return of the Holy Grail — Air Jordan 11 “Concord”

“Well, I don’t know exactly when that moment is that you realise you’re shaping history, when you realise you have helped create something that people will someday consider the ultimate grail,” says Howard White, Jordan Brand’s Senior VP for SLAM, on the...