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People might say that some other city is 'more cool'

or whatever than toronto, but there is no denying that Toronto

IS the cultural hub of canada.

 

It's like saying the NYC is not the apex of american cities.

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Originally posted by <KEY3>

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^ Rotate This. THE place for indie rock and all kinds of concert tickets.

 

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^Neurotica.. for the crate diggers!

 

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^Actice Surplus. this is the freakin joint!

Every kind of nerd / modification project has been helped by active surplus.

Nerd Paradise!

 

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^ Silver Snail. Probably the best Comic and Collectable shop in the city.

I dont know why I'm taking such nerd shots?

 

to get the nerd out of my system....

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The 'Bovine Sex Club' is punk fuckin rawk!

This place is bonkers. Jager on tap and all the shit you could want.

I saw Mickey Rorke dancing around without pants

and then try to nail some girl on the dance foor.

Shit is grimey!

 

oh yeah.... all this shit is on Queen St. West unless otherwise noted.

 

dats a lot eva been in them?

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Originally posted by blazeakaEd

dats a lot eva been in them?

 

yes. I've been in everyone of those places.

otherwise I wouldnt reccomend them to others.

 

nawhymean?

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In Winnipeg, the best place to go is URBAN BAKERY, they sell graff markers, caps, videos, dvd's, montana paints, meanstreaks, lowrider bikes, turntables and records, clothing and bongs and pipes.

Amazing place, everybody is so mellow, good atmosphere, I dont know the adress but all you have to do is go eastbound on Portage Avenue until you get to Portage Place Shopping Mall and is right across the street.

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Originally posted by Lil Bro G

In Winnipeg....

 

ok I stopped reading right there.

Any city that can KILL you just by going outside is not good for me.

I mean you can die from being stuck outside here too,

but in Winterpeg you can get your ass flash frozen in 10 minutes.

-40'c and such crazyness.

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Originally posted by PalestineOne

damn, i didnt know people had style in canada?

I didnt even know there were people in canada!

 

hardeeHarHar...

 

You'd be suprised. Canada is way more 'hip' that the states by population.

Sure there's backwater places up here too, but think that there's about a hundred million

more clueless yokels in your country than in mine. No offence of course.

 

Sure there's burbs and sure there's farms but most major city in canada is 'cooler' than the US perspective would lead you to think.

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Originally posted by SukiSukiNow

los angeles -

kitson

lisa kline

 

orange county/las vegas/chicago

SoHo

 

yeah, SoHo's alriiight.... (just poking fun)

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actually, check this place out

 

SAMMY'S FASHION (Bronx)...................... 718-562-1386

 

dont hesitate to call, its my cousin

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dang, all those shops make me actually want to avoid the t dot... ehceept fo' dee kardeenahl

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Brighton UK

 

Brighton is 50 miles south of London, on the coast.

 

 

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One 40 Five, on Sydney Street just down from the train station. Sells Silas and all those James Jarvis figures, few fresh trainers (including custom one offs) and all manor of trendy labels.

 

 

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Minky is on the same street (tel: 01273 604490) and rammed full of uber trendy clothes. You will spend serious amounts of money here.

 

 

 

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Eclectic Threads is a Maharishi stockist, they sell rare trainers sometimes too. Never really been in there, but is the sort of shop for this thread. Located a little way down from the two above, in

Regent Street (no not that Regent Street).

 

 

 

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Couple of doors down from the above is Jell-o. Uber trendy shop, loads of exclusive(expensive) Maharishi, I-Saw, Bape, etc etc stuff.

 

 

That series of roads is called The Laines and is full of boutiques and indy shops selling all sorts of interesting stuff. Definately worth spending a few hours wondering around, after spending time on the beach but before going out drinking and clubbing (which Brighton is well known for).

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London UK

 

London UK

 

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The Best shop is located at 5 Back Hill, tel 020 7833 5544. Stocks mainly artworks and limited edition collectibles, but also stocks t shirts and KRink. There are artworks and products by Insa,

Chum, Castle CPH, Shepard Fairey, Phil Frost, Ryan Mcginness, WK Interact, Pinky, Forge, Merz, Cap, Jest, Dalek, etc, etc. Well worth a visit.

 

Just up the road on Clerkenwell Road (check for the arrow) is Magma books that a couple of people mentioned on page 2. This place is full of beautiful art/design/graf books and mags.

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Another shop in Brighton UK.

 

3012 in Prince Albert Street tel: 01273746765. This is their statement "Thirty Twelve was set up as a gallery/shop in 2002 by artist Leigh Charman to promote the work of independant clothing labels & artists in the UK & abroad. Our objectives are to keep you all happy, clothed & inspired" They sell Howies, Tru THoughts, Supreme Being, London Police and artworks by various street artists and writers. Photo to be added after my next visit.

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Playlounge at 19 Beak Street London W1P 9RF tel= 0044 (0)20 72877073

 

Sells loads of Silas, Michael Lau, JAmes Javis, Bearbrick, Kubrick, Qee etc etc..

 

Here is their statement

 

"We will be looking out for only the most innovative, fun-packed, design-conscious, cutting-edge, unusual, challenging and educational products. We won’t have everything, but we will have the best in toys, games, products, picture books, and stationery for a discerning audience that is concerned about the quality and integrity of the items they are buying"

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Guest sneak

b0b, im right in saying 3012 stocks paint and other assorted goodies arent i?

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Originally posted by sneak

b0b, im right in saying 3012 stocks paint and other assorted goodies arent i?

Nope... that was the Rare Kind store in the basement and they have expanded and got their own place now.. check www.rarekind.co.uk for the address.

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30 day europass trip.....................

 

i will be traveling to london,warsaw, berlin,madrid, barcelona, milan, florence, naples, belgrade,olso,hamburg ....

well all major cities in europe...thanks europass...

 

does anybody have any info on paint stores or just cool shit to do

 

 

in paris .....400ml 11 rue pasteur i think

in montreal.....le rock 17 st catherine east

in ny the scrap yard ...somewhere in lower manhattan

in chicago........fuck chicago it all sucks

sk3rok@hotmail.com

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Upper PLayground

 

220 Fillmore st.

San Francisco CA

94117

 

I think some one said Kid Robot already in SF

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