They say Americans aren’t interested in soccer, but that’s not entirely true. As it turns out, soccer is one of the most popular children’s sports in the United States. In fact, the U.S. is ranked #1 in the world for participation in youth soccer, clocking in at 4 million American kids a year. Both Ben […]
TSOVET JPT-TW35 – Most watches are round, and when a brand tries their hand on a rectangle or square design it somehow ends up looking wrong. Well, TSOVET’s been doing this watch thing for a while now and they try their hand at a square face and the result is very promising. The TSOVET JPT-TW35 […]
Sports and street-inspired athletic brand Hall of Fame presents their first commercial ever – “BE REMEMBERED,” directed by multimedia artist Van Alpert. The epic video, which you can watch below, encapsulates the brand’s unconventional storytelling angle, wide international reach, and its street culture/sports relevance. Featuring a haunting soundtrack by Manchester electronic producer Andy Stott, “BE REMEMBERED” was […]
Tasos & Marina go in-depth with Christoph Ruckhäberle to learn about his process, passions, & how he’s seamlessly producing a cultural experience framed by art, cinema, and illustration through a surplus of creativity.
“Social media” – as it has been defined in the past – is almost antiquated. Drowning in babbling brooks of gibberish. Pissing hearts and thumbs into ego receptacles. Enough with the unwanted opinions also: even the biggest news websites are sweeping Comments under the rug. We’ve learned Followers and Likes don’t necessarily equate to dollars […]
Katie takes us with her for a night of music in LA, starting with a punk show, to deconstructed dance music at a historical black gay/lesbian club in Mid-City that’s since been co-opted a new wave of club promoters.
Eric Koston Mid McFly – The thirst for the Nike Air Mag is real, and Eric Koston is the next Back to the Future fan to create a custom edition of his signature mid-cut sneaker. The McFly edition of the Eric Koston mid doesn’t have the power laces that Marty was rocking, but the mid-foot […]
In anticipation of the release of The Hundreds x adidas Skateboarding Crush Pack, The Hundreds and adidas are pleased to present The Rosewood Invitational. The ultimate football battle: Six teams led by team captains hand-selected by Bobby Hundreds duking it out until only one team remains known, forever, as The Rosewood Invitational champions.
The Wooster Parabellum by Greats – Greats is better known for their affordable approach to sneakers, but cost goes out the window when you got style icon Nick Wooster on board. The Wooster Parabellum is a slip-on sneaker that incorporates bison leather from Parabellum across traditional canvas. The heel is finished off with a signature […]
Texas (yes, that’s her real name) shares her California vacation film set, where she went glamping, witnessed a biker fist fight, became one with nature, shared first pukes of 2015, and more. Cheers to never growing up.
Last week, the Leica gallery in Soho was exhibiting celebrity and sports photographer Mark Mann’s portraits from one of the most important film festivals, the Toronto Film Festival. Known for his editorial work, and his diverse portraiture subjects, I thought it would be a excellent time to finally meet up and get a few questions in. […]
Wednesdays are now your hump day movie night & Todd is here to tell you exactly what to watch, what to eat, & how to enjoy it. Tonight we’re watching legendary ’90s cult film, CLERKS. Oh, and we’re eating freakin’ Burger King.
Where the Chefs Eat (2015) – Originally released in 2013 Phaidon books publishes a second edition of their bestseller, and included over 2,000 new restaurants. Skip the restaurant guides, and forget about perusing Yelp because this massive hardcover gets the nitty-gritty from chefs that have seen it all. From low-end diners to high-end Michelin star […]
Meet the illustrious team captains behind this Saturday’s game (1/24), including Bobby Hundreds, Ben Hundreds, Transworld Skateboarding’s Skin Phillips, French skater Lucas Puig, rapper Alexander Spit, and photographer Van Styles. They all have some fighting (and hilarious) words to say about the tournament.
David Rasool Robinson has impeccable design taste, so of course we asked him to show us his 10 favorite recent fashion/art book, zine, & mag pick ups. Includes Issey Miyake by Irving Penn, Philosophy Zine, Mono Kultur, & more.
Jensen catches up with alt-comedy’s renaissance man Scott Aukerman – host of Comedy Bang! Bang! & producer/co-creator of Between Two Ferns – to get the scoop behind the iconic Obama episode, and what’s next for CBB.
In true Rob Heppler blog fashion, he vaguely clues us into renowned street artist INSA’s animated graff project that requires the use of a smart phone. “I’m not sure what it is,” he writes, “check one of their Instagram[s].”
Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers Baseball Jacket – In 2007, Brooks Brothers felt their brand was aging, and the response was Black Fleece. A couple of setbacks, and some high-profile projects later, the 2015 Spring season is here. At the center of the collection is Black Fleece’s take on the classic baseball jacket. The two-tone […]
Smack in the middle of its busy opening weekend, Ramen Champ invited The Hundreds over for a chance to show what it is that pushes them ahead of the pack. Alvin Cailan, chef and owner, and co-creator of Eggslut fame, gave us a firsthand look at how they prepare their trademark dish. We also got […]
Chris attended one of Berlin’s biggest sneaker conventions and caught a glimpse of a few ultra-rarities, a Diadora vending machine, and Jeff Staple giving a panel on the history of streetwear (he claims it began with Thomas Edison?).
Experimental jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD told us DJ Mustard is “the new age Ramones” in this new interview. Learn how they’re navigating the hip-hop/sampling world, and how they met at a jazz school full of dudes in fedoras.
Skate Like A Girl is a rad foundation that was founded in Olympia in 2000 and currently has chapters in Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco. The non-profit organization provides educational programs, classes, and camps to young women hoping to break into the largely male-dominated sport of skateboarding. Last Friday, four local lady-fronted acts banded together at […]
Concrete Soy Candle – Being a fan of minimal industrial design, this Concrete soy candle by INSEKDESIGN is right up my alley. The concrete container is hand case and then filled with 100% natural soy wax. With a 3.5 inch diameter, the concrete container makes a nice planter once the soy wax is all burned […]
Alaskan correspondent Jovell shoots some ultra-rare Northern Lights from Anchorage that he says were “twerking harder than the women in the Tip Drill video,” and brought together a community of midnight photographers.
Aaron Nardi continues his Day Jobs series on the set of the popular “The Fighter & The Kid” podcast, where he kicks back and learns a bit about comedy, wisdom, and hustle from hosts Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub.
Writer Micah Peters ran into Toronto rapper and self-proclaimed “black punk motherf*cker” Sean Leon on Fairfax, and gets a glimpse into his personal philosophies on music-making, his daughter, and finding purpose.
It seems pretty much confirmed now that A$AP Mob founder A$AP Yams has passed at the age of 26. Rocky, Ferg, Chace Infinite, and friends took to social media this morning to pay tribute to the visionary leader. The story develops over on Pitchfork and Spin. I only met the dude once, but back when A$AP […]
With his first photoset of 2015 for TheHundreds.com, Alexander Spit muses about relevance, how he approaches the stories he chases, and the insight he wishes to share about independent artists living in LA.
Paul Smith Travel Suit - For those that like to be 30,000 feet up in the air, a suit is the last thing they want to wear. Sweatpants and a hoodie is my perfect traveling ensemble, but many can’t travel that way. Paul Smith has a solution for those that need to look dapper in the […]
In this latest edition of Day Jobs, Aaron follows Mike Dytri, who went from sponsored skateboarder, to early streetwear designer, to almost having a career in MMA, to becoming creative director of adidas Combat Sports, and MORE.
Abominable F-Bom Goggles – Regardless of what kind of treatment your goggles may say it has on them, they can still fog up. Abominable is the first company to come up with a surefire way to eliminate fog. Their patented Klair technology places a transparent, heat-conductive film between the goggle’s two-part Carl Zeiss lens. By […]
I was interested in photographer Braeden Vanderzalm (@withinroots) at first because he was a friend of a friend that just randomly had 32K followers on Instagram before the age of 19. It’s sort of one of those social phenomenons – but the way he developed such a following is also a fairly accurate caricature of social media. It […]
The Hundreds’ fam and contributor, talented photographer and well-respected East Harlem personality Pete Pabon, was recently interviewed by Dose’s Tim Brodhagen to get a more vivid understanding of how Pete managed to become a successful New York photographer. Pete goes over how his photography came from graphic design, being at events, and just having a […]
I’ve been following Juan Oliphant (@JuanSharks) on Instagram for quite some time now, so when he asked me to join him for a shark dive, I jumped at the opportunity. On the drive down to the boat harbor and on the boat ride out, I definitely thought I would be more nervous then I actually was. […]
Wednesdays are now your hump day movie night, and Todd is here to tell you exactly what to watch, what to eat, and how to enjoy it. Tonight, we’re watching the most offensive film ever, called FILTH, & eating Wienerschnitzel.
Van Styles links up with the beautiful Ukrainian & Blackfoot Indian model Beeps for a long-awaited shoot that Van’s been trying to set up for years. Her Test Shot Q&A is maybe one of the most entertaining ones we’ve had thus far.
Warby Parker Spring 2015 – I love what Warby Parker is doing. This optical company is fighting the good fight against industry juggernaut, Luxottica, and doing a smashing job. For Spring 2015, it’s about more than acetate frames as Warby Parker experiments with titanium, and blends them both in the new Brooks. You’ll also see […]
In the latest edition of his series Day Jobs, Aaron catches up with Alicia Gutierrez, Soho House Chicago’s membership manager and impossibly cool girl to learn a bit about why exclusivity matters, effortless style, and more.
Filson Cape Cruiser Seattle Fit – Filson’s Cruiser is a legendary jacket that is ready for the burliest of winters. As Filson gains a wider audience, it was time to update the classic jacket and the Cape Cruiser Seattle Fit is a new rendition of the beloved coat. It all starts with the extra thick […]
Psyrri is a historical neighborhood in downtown Athens and one of the oldest ones, with many ups and downs in the last few decades. From a neighborhood with a bad reputation going back to 1870 with the notorious Koutsavakia local crooks and gang bangers, to a place with tons of night clubs, restaurants and bars […]
It’s 2015, the futuristic year in Back to the Future II, where Marty McFly places a pair of Nike Air Mags on that automatically lace and light up. The shoes along with other technologies from that movie may not be available, at least not yet, but we are getting closer to seeing innovations such as […]
Rob profiles Nate Chang, 21-year-old stylist working for the likes of Kevin Durant and other pro-basketball players, got expelled from high school for bringing an airsoft gun, and got fired by Drake’s manager.
Neighborhood 20th Anniversary Kung-Fu Jacket – Ever since Supreme came out with the Kung-Fu jacket, I thought streetwear was heading toward a slow decline, but then I popped onto Broadway in Los Angeles’s Chinatown and tried one on. Bruce Lee and his disciples were onto something because this Kung Fu jackets feel great. It’s like […]
Graffiti, like most street cultures, is resilient by nature. Where there’s a fill, there’s a spray. So when word got around back in 2013, that graphic designer, publisher, and maven, Shaun Baron of The Infamous Magazine, was diagnosed with advanced cancer, the proverbial “troops” rallied around his cause. Their brother’s health was at risk, along […]
Callum recounts the amazing story of him and Rone’s visit to the Oceanian island nation of Vanuatu. They painted a mural for the village community, and experienced unforgettable kindness, gratitude, and humanity there.
Since the days of LaFace that brought us a diverse cast of stars from TLC to Usher and Outkast, Atlanta has consistently displayed its cultural impact on the music industry and played a heavy role in shaping the future of hip-hop. The last 10 years have been a Southern takeover, and the focus of hip-hop […]
The author of The Hundreds’ daily streetwear, fashion, and tech reporting “The Feed,” Peter Yeh, now brings us a weekly round up of the best of the best releases of the week. Beginning every Saturday starting today. PUMA Disc “Crackle” Pack – Dat red crackle!!! Ever since Paul Walker wore Puma Suedes next to his Nissan […]
BAPE x Puma – Of the few things I like about A Bathing Ape (BAPE) is that there is nothing more appealing than their First Camo. The woodland camouflage colorway finds its way onto one of PUMA’s most popular models. For the Fall/Winter 2015 season, BAPE and PUMA join forces to create a collection of […]
French art director Jeremy Wirth has worked with Jordan Brand and Nike Sportswear Learn about how he balances his work at 72andsunny w/ passion projects, his directorial work on Denzel Curry’s “Zone 3″ music video, branding, and his Achilles heel.
LEGO Carbon Fiber Tiles – LEGO bricks aren’t exclusive to kids. Go to any LEGO store and you’ll find just as many adults geeking out over the latest Star Wars release. LEGO got the message and has released a pack of carbon fiber tiles to add a little sophistication to your creations. Sold in packs […]
Yesterday was a tragic day where French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo was attacked by three masked men, and resulted in 12 people dead. What makes this particularly disheartening is that the dead were like you and me. They weren’t part of any radical group, nor were they enemies of the French. They were writers, artists, editors, […]
One of the reasons traveling with Todd Lyons (of SE Bikes) is fun is because he insists on being “more local than the locals.” Hanging with Todd in China, Hong Kong, and Kuala Lumpur was actually the inspiration for the “Get Local” title of the series. Apparently to Todd, being “more local than the locals” […]
Remember a month back on my Instagram I was madly writing numbers over and over like Jim Carrey in The Number 23? Well, that top secret project is now unveiled, as The Hundreds is among the first in the world to have customized faces for all Android Wear watches. Alongside Rebecca Minkoff, Porsche, and Despicable […]