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Super dope fresh graffiti clothing

Discussion in 'Style' started by KARD like WOE, Jul 6, 2009.

  1. Fist 666

    Fist 666 Moderator Crew

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    i hate that style and it looks even gayer on clothes.

    it does look cool as a sculpture though, imo
     
  2. Back In 88

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  3. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    i actually like that style....but agree it looks gay on clothes.
    i remember seeing peeta in a couple graff mags a few years back...digging his older pieces...but some of those newer pieces on that site look like straight up daim bites.
     
  4. catdick

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  5. leisamp

    leisamp New Jack

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    This collection tho

    Cost for SUPREME.jpg
     
  6. enteruncreativename

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    ^ I somwhat like the first and the third piece of Cost clothing, but I don't really like clothing with swears and or literal written graffiti on it.
    As far as what I think super dope graffiti clothing is a just a simple shirt with some drips of your own paint on it that has built up over time.
     
  7. One Man Banned

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    Kind of hard to go wrong with Giant designs. I have a lot of old graf clothes I hang onto but don't really wear.... an old Giant t-shirt- one of his earlier designs, an old Obey before it was trendy- liked his take on the Slayer logo, a pretty fresh Delta design for Tribal Gear that I really should still wear, an old Cope2 design for Conart which is also pretty fresh. I have 2 other really old T's, can't remember who put them out now, someone old old school, one with a spraycan design and the other says 'Tools of the Trade' with a photo of old mops/markers/etc. Wish I could remember who made those right now, wore one at an event many years ago and some older dudes were like "oh shit!" Finally.... I have a faded ass design by Pastor which was real nice, still wear that shit as a painting shirt or other shirt to get fucked up as it has holes and all but can't let it go. Cool stories?

    All that shit was back in the day type gear, scene was way different then though, felt different to get behind some of these graf companies and such. Maye it was more underground type shit then or something. These days I'd feel like I was riding someone's dick if I wore some of this modern shit and not really about sporting other people's logos. Wish Pastor still did some stuff though, and have to admit that Abel has some cool designs.
     
  8. breakfast menu

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    ya graffiti clothing is way way out. i dunno. once fashion swings back from minimal colors and other dumb shit
     
  9. MaksCorenWylt

    MaksCorenWylt New Jack

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    I'm scared of these kids with their egos nowadays.
     
  10. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    I've seen that design, it was part of Ash Hudson's new conart collection a couple years back.

    In all honesty, the only graffiti inspired clothing i would rock today is the old school Conart shirt with the conart looking like the krylon logo.
    I actually check the conart store website often to see if Ash will post new shirts but all I see is conart hats for now.

    this is the shirt im talking about:

    410cS01ZTtL.jpg

    and biggie rocking one:

    conartbg.jpg
     
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  11. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    id also rock a custom-made denim jacket...ive seen some pretty legit ones, but i'd only wear them out to hip hop shows or events.
     
  12. leisamp

    leisamp New Jack

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    Kaws did a lot of work in the street fashion game with stuff like original fake and higher end brands like Undercover, BAPE and Supreme. However, you could get some really nice stuff from the KAWS/Uniqlo Collection this year for relatively cheap prices.
     
  13. One Man Banned

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    Doesn't sound the same unless by a couple years back you mean 96-98ish.
     
  14. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    I liked some of those BAPE shoes, and Supreme has some really nice stuff, but those brands are waaay too expensivefor my tastes...i will have to check out the uniqlo collection....thanks for the heads up.

    im talking about the Cope2 designs from the conart 2009 catalogue:

    https://issuu.com/ashhudson/docs/conart2009catalog

    maybe Ash just used the artwork from 97/98 and added some stuff to it and rereleased it in 2009.

    actually, it makes a lot of sense now that I think about it.....i met Cope in new york in 2002 and we caught a subway together and we were talking about california....i asked him if he'd ever been to california and he said that he'd only been to L.A. (at the time), and that he stayed with Mear CBS...this makes sense because Mear and a lot of CBS heads were part of the original Conart staff/artists.
     
  15. One Man Banned

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    Yeah, helped spark that EC/WC collaboration shit, got flix from both coasts, maybe I'll post them one day. Anyhow.... the lettering on that shirt is the same but the shirt I have is maybe a 2 color on a solid color shirt. I doubt I saw the 2009 release but checked the link... that police badge shirt got lol. And before the page stopped working for me I thought I saw a Katch design in there.
     
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