High-end department store Harvey Nichols has become renowned for creating surprising, cheeky and sometimes controversial ads that get people talking. Featuring real-life CCTV footage of shoplifters, its latest spot, created to promote its new Rewards app, continues its provocative approach.
Using security footage taken from our stores, watch some of our cheeky visitors attempt to abscond with the latest must-have items. Faces have been obscured to protect the guilty. If only they realised there was a better way to get a freebie (and legally too)…
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Who wants a free MA-1 jacket from @alphaindustries!? All you need to do is: 1) Follow @vmanifesto and @alphaindustries 2) Repost this photo and tag #AlphaVM You’ll be automatically entered in the drawing. More info about the collaboration at Vintage Manifesto. Good Luck!!! #AlphaVM #vintagemanifesto
I remember the first time I thought Enik was a cool dude, was when he came up to me while I was wearing my Stussy x J-Dilla shirt and he actually knew what it was. A lot of you know I’m a die hard Dilla fan, so finding another person that had the similar taste for music was all love. Later I got to know him on a personal level and learned that he’s actually one of the most known street artist in Los Angeles. Ever since high school I was infatuated with the whole “elements of Hip Hop” Culture. For those who aren’t young enough to remember, they are DJ’ing, MC’ing, B-Boy’ing and Art. We even had our own break dancing crew called “The 5” which had 6 members. Don’t ask! So it came to no surprise when I came up with the “Stakes is High” vest that I would incorporate those elements into the vest.
I came up on the Nudie vest from my very good friend Najee Mitchell. He actually lend it to me and I never gave it back. Honestly he’s probably reading this right now with no idea what happened to his vest. Sorry brother! You have a bunch of my shirts anyway. The inspiration came from a mixture of things. One was from the Comme Des Garcons “Live Free Die Hard” Leather jacket that was released a coupe of years ago. I really liked the hand writing on the back jacket and how it gave it that DIY feel to it. The other one was from one of my favorite songs of all time, “Stakes Is High” By De La Soul of the Stakes Is High album. I chose the quote not because of the actual song, but the message that it projected. The song was a manifesto on how the current state of the world back in the mid 90’s. Produced by none other than J-Dilla.
I came to Enik One with the idea. Asked him to bless the vest with his art and the rest is history. True organic collaboration between two things that don’t cross a lot of lanes; Fashion and Street Art. Please enjoy the video.
We’re kicking it off tomorrow night, Saturday July 12th with our annual summer jam “CRASH+BURN 2014” at The Echoplex. It’s the record release party for our 40th music release on HIT+RUN, the future funk classic “Money Green Viper” by ZACKEY FORCE FUNK.
Come check out ‘The Electron Don’ performing cuts from the soon-to-be-released marbled-green 12” vinyl record (housed in a one-of-a-kind screen printed jacket) and pick one up before next week’s in-store date for only $10!! Celebrating alongside Zackey will be producers from his album, as well as live performances by CRIMEKILLZ, IX LIVES, OLIVER THE 2ND, KATE MO$$, GIOVANNI MARKS, dj sets by SODAPOP, LOW LIMIT, MAGO & EDDY FUNKSTER, plus a VERY SPECIAL SURPRISE ARTIST to be announced tomorrow! Hypnotic visuals by STRANGELOOP all night, and live screen printing by THE HIT+RUN CREW featuring exclusive designs by MIKE C, ABCNT, AMBUSCH, ENIK, MARK OF THE BEAST, CHAIN GANG, SCUMBAG TONY, MAGO, YU MAEDA, CHRISTOPHE GILLAND, MALKY, and more!
The first 100 peeps through the door get a FREE blank T-shirt to customize plus stickers & more! Support by Sticky Ricks, dublab, Soundlessons, LA Weekly, LA Record & Friends Of Friends.
THE ECHOPLEX (1156 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026)
9PM-2am | 18+ | $10
Inspiring Creativity is a short film created by Liberatum, directed by Pablo Ganguli and Tomas Auksas, and presented by illy, featuring 20 artists and cultural figures from art, fashion, film, design, technology and music. The film is an insider’s perspective on inspiration from the minds of leading creative personalities including:
Diana Picasso, Academy Award winner Hans Zimmer, Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Academy Award nominee James Franco, Joan Smalls, Johan Lindeberg, Jonas Mekas, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Nico Muhly, Karen Elson, Karim Rashid, Klaus Biesenbach, Academy Award nominee Lee Daniels, Lola Montes Schnabel, Marilyn Minter, Mark Romanek, Tracey Emin, Moby, Paul Schrader, and TED founder Richard Saul Wurman.
Through the authentic interpretation and responses from these individuals, the overall project communicates what inspires creative thinking and behaviors for nurturing inspiration, while provoking thoughts on how culture, society, and technology continue to affect creativity.
I swear I don’t surf the internet looking for new Land Of The Lost stuff. Com’on that would be crazy and just plain ridiculous. So I was online today looking for new Land Of The Lost stuff. Ha!
This is what I found today. A Land of the Lost OG Enik the Altrusian costume restoration and display. By the amazing Tom Spina Designs. Check out these classic pics.
Check out Tom Spina Designs website for more crazy freshness. Does anyone know Keir Neubauer out there? We need to meet up.