milliondollarextreme
sam-hyde:

Tumbler Look (by Tace Kiber)This was a look we designed for the website Tumblr… A top NYC creative agency approached us and asked if we could breathe some life into this young, hip, fashion-forward brand, and so this is what we came up with! This look is all original, and if you wear it, people will KNOW you’re a creator and an innovator. You won’t see clothing like this at a regular store, like Urban Outfitters or anywhere in the mall—this is an authentic, new, streetwear look that is cutting edge and is all its own. You don’t have to be on the cutting edge of fashion, being tapped by top New York agencies to dress like this. You can custom-make a look like this based on clutch finds from eBay or thrift stores. Mix a little bit of thrift store style with sporting goods style and you’ll have a look that crushes every time. The “ironic edge” of this look let’s people know you’ve got a sense of humor but at the same time you’re cool.

sam-hyde:

Tumbler Look (by Tace Kiber)

This was a look we designed for the website Tumblr… A top NYC creative agency approached us and asked if we could breathe some life into this young, hip, fashion-forward brand, and so this is what we came up with! This look is all original, and if you wear it, people will KNOW you’re a creator and an innovator. You won’t see clothing like this at a regular store, like Urban Outfitters or anywhere in the mall—this is an authentic, new, streetwear look that is cutting edge and is all its own. You don’t have to be on the cutting edge of fashion, being tapped by top New York agencies to dress like this. You can custom-make a look like this based on clutch finds from eBay or thrift stores. Mix a little bit of thrift store style with sporting goods style and you’ll have a look that crushes every time. The “ironic edge” of this look let’s people know you’ve got a sense of humor but at the same time you’re cool.

irongoblin

asylum-art:

The Gruesome Works of Naoki Sasayama  

These paintings by Naoki Sasayama recount, in stark realism, gruesome destruction and deaths.  Sasayama’s work is dealing with the facets of life and includes allusions to social and cultural ideas.  His technical ability and craving for the complex are also in the upper echelons making for a secure position of someone doing something no one else is doing.