One of my favorite t-shirt brands, Flying Coffin, has taken it up an environmentally friendly notch with a new program designed to initiate some kind of responsible change in the industry. From now on, 5% of all sales through Flying Coffin’s online store will be donated to American Forests Global Relief 2 program. Plus, for every dollar donated, Global Relief will plant 1 tree. Jason’s trying to hit 100 million trees by the year 2020, which is pretty awesome. I mean, 100 million trees could build, like, a huge shopping mall or high-rise condo development or something.
The newest season of The Hundreds Rosewood Collection will begin selling at The Store starting tomorrow morning at 11am. As always, The Rosewood Collection is limited exclusively to The Store here in L.A. and will never be sold online or in any of our worldwide accounts. Furthermore, the pieces from this line are always a bit more personalized, L.A.-specific, and/or esoteric, than anything else we create for wider distribution. There’s also our first collaboration with San Francisco-based brand TRIBUTE in there, of which a black-tonal version will be released only at Huf next week.
I was over at photographer Shawn Mortensen‘s house this afternoon, and just had to share with you a lil’ peek at the Coolest House in the World. Original Kaws prints, Nirvana set lists, the best records, random action figures.. The only thing that was scarce was his own photographic work. Thankfully, you can find a nice compilation of his most celebrated work by picking up a copy of his new book here.
Yes, he shot this. And for all you hypebeasts, yes, he shot this.
This guy Wes from North Carolina just sent us this horror-film-inspired inkwork by legendary Greensboro tattoo artist Rick Brown. Wes writes, “I had always wanted a hundreds tattoo since your first few shirts were out… I just really dig what you guys have been doing so i was like shit! why not wear The Hundreds every day of my life! …so I got it on my stomach.”
Exactly! Why not!
Next one to get a TH tat on their face wins a free t-shirt.
Sometimes, with skateboarding, the best part is re-appropriating the environment around you into your own personal playground. Check out Torey Pudwill (and some other skaters you may recognize) in this clip and you’ll get what I’m saying.