Brent Rollins is the best graphic artist working in hip-hop right now, and for at least a decade previous.
“The name Brknhome signifies that we, as a company, don’t have any authority or upper management to answer to,” says Kenta Goto of his T-shirt company.
RTG! vocalist says: “I want to get the fuck out there and scream it in people’s faces. What do we have to be so angry about? Plenty.”
Hwang’s work include ethereal visual narratives of weightless creatures that contain the universe within their translucent skins, and drifting sails without ships.
Matsuyama mixes traditional Japanese imagery with modern graffiti paint splatters, both of which are seminal elements of his multicultural background.
Theme tracks the evolution of streetwear from the surf/skateboard culture of California to the otakus in Tokyo then back stateside to the urban sneakerheads.
In between creating stellar graphic design and running a beer label, Namaiki shows Theme how guerilla gardening is done in Tokyo.
DJ Dan Nakamura travels alot for work. Along the way, he indulges in his passion for good food, from uni spaghetti to Indian pizza.
We couldn’t take the shoot to the jungle, so we brought the jungle to the shoot. A trans-planted fashion story.
The quiet images of this photographer expresses comfort and beauty.
This Thai artist, musician, and animator is the pre-eminent manga artist in Japan.
Ho Wi Ding
A filmmaker who has lived in five cities over the twelve years is the itinerant storyteller.
Combining a love of skateboarding and surfing with a passion for art.
An architect joins the circus in Sao Paolo, Brazil and a globe-trotting DJ parties it up in Almaty, Kazakhstan
Illustrations by Sirichai show the secret lives of handbags, gloves, and shirts.
The Smith Family Robinson
An artsy Asian American family marooned in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Planted magazine gives a primer for city dwellers on how to live with plants.
On the Trans-Siberian Railway
DJ Monchan’s “no-style-style” guides his choice for 10 favorite vinyl records.