On April 24, Oakley opened an extra-special spot on Melrose called “Oakley in Residence: Los Angeles,” a hangout for creatives and skaters next to a pop-up skate park, built to “celebrate the culture of skateboarding in its hometown.” The purpose of the space (designed by skaters, for skaters, and co-curated by Atiba Jefferson, Eric Koston, […]
With the presidential primaries starting off this year, Jeb might want to take a listen to BUSH, the new upcoming album by West Coast legend Snoop Dogg. His thirteenth studio album, Bush, seems to be a continuation of the resurgence of the funk-influenced inclinations of the Top Dogg as exhibited in his last album Seven […]
Celebrating last year’s #TheHundredsXTapatio Cinco de Mayo release, here’s our interview w/ the fam behind the hot sauce, Tapatio. Learn the inspiring story of a father’s hustle, a family’s love, & believing in your brand until it’s a legacy.
Raised by Wolves Summer Online – Most brands wouldn’t be caught dead selling online ten years ago, but things are much different now and Raised by Wolves is releasing an online exclusive. For summer 2015, the Canada-based brand has teamed up with StreetX in Australia for a pair of mesh shorts, long-sleeve t-shirt, bucket hat, […]
Bobby compiles another ALL IN ALL essay of his adventures over the last several weeks. This edition features Jim Muir of Dogtown Skateboards, the OG Trevelen, Be Street Magazine, photographer Shayna Batya, and celebrity chefs Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo.
Johnny F. Kim catches up with the two founders of a brand that truly started at the top – of the head, that is: CIELE Athletics, a brand that makes some of the cleanest, well-designed tech running caps we’ve seen in a minute.
Abandoned since the late-1970s due to a handful of earthquakes, Apice, Italy is a ghost town. What marks it different from an abandoned area in LA or NY is the complete lack of graffiti. Van Styles investigates with his camera for this photo set.
It seems the results of the recent ruling regarding the copyright of last summers hit Blurred Lines has already started affecting the music industry. Uptown Funk, the blockbuster jam by Bruno Mars and produced by Mark Ronson, which spent 14 straight weeks as No.1 on Billboard, now has 11 official writers having added members of […]
Herschel Supply Co. x Clarks – If there was any doubt the Herschel Supply Co. was on their way up, then just take a look at their latest project. The Vancouver-based accessories company is teaming up with Clarks. The British shoemaker has been lacing dudes up since 1825, and this time they take the beautiful […]
Oakland-native Slvstr has been running his first-ever solo exhibit, “In Search of A Wonderful Place,” since April 30th with the end date, May 5th, quickly approaching. Having migrated from the west coast to the east, “In Search of a Wonderful Place” is a documentation of an artist’s evolution and acts as a direct witness to […]
2013 AVN Performer of the Year Asa Akira continues her conquest to find the ultimate pastime – this time, she visits LA Ice Art to pick up a chainsaw and whittle down a giant block of ice into… a fish. Well, at least tries to. See if Asa has the artistic wherewithal to pull it off.
Senay Kenfe spent a day driving through Hollywood with Knxwledge, Stones Throw signee, beatmaker, and one of LA’s most deft rising creatives, whose work was recently on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly.
Callum recaps Melbourne’s incredible “Paterson Project,” a group show in which over 100 artists worked on the walls of a soon-to-be demolished building to raise money for the Royal’s Children’s Hospital. He interviews Michael Duncan aka LOSOP, who helped organize.
“#TheHundredsPanorama: Our Week in Photos” continues this week in celebration of our global community, with submissions as diverse as a portrait taken during the NYC protest in the name of Freddie Gray to a scene from San Francisco’s Howeird Fest. Submit your own photos on Instagram and Tumblr with the hashtag #TheHundredsPanorama.
Timex Waterbury Watch – With the Weekender making a comeback, it’s time for Timex to create a new timepiece that echos the look of the classics. That new watch is the Waterbury and it does a fine job of borrowing some military elements, while maintaining a clean and simple look. Using a a blackened steel […]
Aether Motorcycle Collection – Aether is best known for their collection of outdoor gear, but this San Francisco-based company is really all about adventure. For 2015 ,Aether is kicking off a motorcycle collection, and plan to blend cutting-edge style with premium durability. The flagship jacket is the Expedition and with a longer cut, it shares […]
Harnessing the underlying obsession with phallic symbols in our society for good, graffiti artist Wanksy has been drawing massive penises centered around the many potholes in his native Manchester, England. After witnessing many of his cyclist friends become badly injured due to the damaged streets and equipped with washable spray paint, the anonymous Wanksy (a […]
Artist, Designer, Contemporary Calligrapher, and Creative Director Aerosyn-Lex Meštrović imparts some wisdom on branding, the idea of an artist as laborer, social media’s disregard for multiplicity, zen, and more.
Assemble the task force! Brandon McCartney, infamous on the Internet under his moniker Lil B the Based God, is known for the positivity that he espouses through his music. As well as his widely popular Twitter account, which he recently held a lecture on its merit and value at Carnegie Hall. Unfortunately for him, not […]
MAKR Tab Eyewear – I like my cheapie sunglasses from the local gas station, but for those who have some premium frames, MAKR can keep them protected. The Tab Eyewear case from the luxury accessories maker is made from the finest Bridle leather from England-based Wicket & Craig. Each case is made from a single […]
While preparing for his upcoming show “In Search of a Wonderful Place,” artist & co-founder of streetwear brand Rare Panther, Slvstr, tells us how he overcame creative blocks that prevented him from transitioning from graphic design to fine art.
Saint Laurent SL/10H - The fashion house has now turned the corner and become sports enthusiasts with the release of the new SL/10H. While previous silhouettes played with sportswear, the new spring release is an obvious derivative of the classic Air Jordan 1. In fact, they even use some of the most iconic colorways to kick […]
Alec Banks rounds up 9 ultra-iconic Los Angeles-based bars and clubs that have made an appearance in timeless films – including the Three Clubs, which is the venue for The Hundreds’ free #SPITSET show this Friday.
Manos interviews Eirik Traavik, editor-in-chief of DANK, Norway’s first all-indepenedent skate magazine, whose layout, stories, and aesthetic takes cues from magazines like Inventory or Purple rather than Thrasher.
2013 AVN Performer of the Year Asa Akira continues her conquest to find the ultimate pastime – this time testing her limits in the boxing ring over in Koreatown at the Ktown Boxing Club. See if she holds up under pressure.
Bobby waxes poetic about his love for NYC in this essay-like recap of last week’s trip, complete with the BAPE anniversary party, Russ & Daughters, visits to jeffstaple, Futura 2000, Ray Mate/Mighty Healthy, and more.
Publish for CLAE – The clean, classic silhouettes that CLAE is known for is on its way to finding a spot with Publish. The people who popularized the jogger pant are teaming up with CLAE to create a beautiful low-cut tennis sneaker. Using the slim shape of CLAE’s Gregory, the Santa Ana-based clothier opts for […]
London was as popping as ever this last weekend, with the opening of Palace Skateboards’ new flagship, Knuckledust, and the UK’s biggest sneaker event, Crepe City. You obviously know where we sent Tom Winslade.
Maarten talks to Stugazi, a small NYC brand doing clever Seinfeld flips, that’s part of what he deems a “new wave” of designers doing small collections close to their heart with no intentions of notoriety.
Freshjive isn’t dead. Earlier this weekend, Rick Klotz emailed me, quite unexpectedly, a lookbook of new (and old, but still new) Freshjive T-shirts as part of a limited collection. ”This new capsule consists of some of the very first graphics Freshjive put out in the very early 1990s, along with some new ones.” Along with […]
Bobby Hundreds takes you through Björk’s self-titled retrospective, her influence as a creator, some of his favorite videos of the Icelandic singer’s, as well as her contributions to music, art, and culture.
The Hundreds is proud to present our second 21+ free show, hosted by Alexander Spit this Friday, May 1st. Stones Throw’s own soul duo, Silk Rhodes, will be playing a live set along with Spit and DJ U//R at Three Clubs in Hollywood.
“#TheHundredsPanorama: Our Week in Photos” continues this week in celebration of our global community, with submissions as diverse as a Cashmere Cat show in Oslo to the remnants of the Domino Sugar Refinery in Williamsburg. Submit your own photos on Instagram and Tumblr with the hashtag #TheHundredsPanorama.
Turing Robotic Industries Phone – Those worrying about the NSA listening in on their conversations and reading their texts now have Turing Robotic Industries on their side. The Turing Phone places a great deal of emphasis on security and offers server-free encrypted communication. In addition to the securing your messages the Turing Phone also touts […]
After a brief conversation with the graffiti writers MOOCKIE and KAPI in 1994, a young Jordi Rubio went on to make the world’s most successful spray paint company – Montana Colors. Zio sits with the founder, Jordi, to see what he did differently.
Zeiss Batis Lens – Those who have the luxury to bask in Sony’s full-frame world have new Zeiss lenses to look forward to. The E-Mount lenses arrive with a wide 25mm f/2 and a portrait ready 85mm f/1.8. Both are capable lenses with Zeiss award winning glass,but what sets these apart from the rest is […]
Green – Enjoying the herb is no longer relegated to the hippie stoner. The medicinal benefits of marijuana have been proven and Green: A Field Guide to Marijuana takes a helpful approach to explain the ins-and-outs of cannabis. By taking an informative tone, the book is split into two sections with one examining weed […]
Each and every detail of Stock MFG Co.’s new space embodies the spirit of the company. Tyler speaks to them before the opening about thoughtful brand building, planning a brick and mortar, and what Made in USA means to them.
“Adventure is worthwhile,” wrote Aesop. With that quote, Boyce/Suffoca takes us with him on part two of his 2-part photographic excursion of Japan – a trip he says was the perfect boost of inspiration, style, & precision.
prAna Stretch Zion Pants – It’s tough to stay comfortable on a long hike, but prAna tries its damn best to keep you in strong spirits with their Stretch Zion Pant. Using a blend of nylon and spandex, the durable fabric is versatile and allows a free flow of movement, and has the benefit of […]
Manos interviews the renowned Swedish artist with a deep-rooted love for skateboarding, Mander, for a firsthand look at skate’s glory days, his methodical approach to creating, and the difference between “skate art” and “skate graphics.”
After catching wind of Rose City Pizza’s pizza fries, fried lasagna sticks, and 10-pound-burger, Todd heads on over to a little plaza in Rosemead, California, to see if their food is worth the hype. It is. It really is.
3sixteen Spring/Summer 2015 – 3sixteen is making all the right moves for Spring and Summer 2015. The New York City-based clothing brand continues to focus on workwear, and their editorial showcases a range of menswear that is both durable and resilient. Look for 3sixteen to play with patterned button-downs with an ombre plaid and all-over […]
“#TheHundredsPanorama: Our Week in Photos” continues this week in celebration of our global community, with submissions from locales as diverse as Indonesia to Huntington Beach, California, to Park City, Utah – from sunny surf to snow. Submit your own photos on Instagram and Tumblr using the hashtag #TheHundredsPanorama.
One of the best parts of Coachella week is that the positive vibes spill over into LA for weeks leading up to, between, and after the desert festival. It’s probably the best time to be in the city for cool music-related events and happenings, like the Action Bronson show the other night or the Florence […]