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Portland OR

 

New American Casuals

326 SE Morrison St

Portland, OR 97214

phone (503) 294-0445

NAC sells lots of hard to find clothes brands, 2k......they have an art gallery and sell a full line of belton spray paints, local community activists, they are trying to turn the neighbor hood into a art gallery. assorted hard to find kicks.

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Originally posted by JesusMachine

Do not enter to any of these stores listed above.

YRB - only kids in middle school with glow sticks should go there.

Patricia Fields - for drag queens and early 90's club kids only.

Scrap Yard - ok, you could go there, but only spend 10 min. there.

 

 

yeah scrap yard has some cool shit, but definitly don't be one of those kids that chills there all day itching to meet someone to get in his book!

 

yeah i had the displeasure of being dragged to patricia fields by a club/drug/ sound factory obsessed freind. he then insisted we goto "bang-bang". if ever in my life i wanted to burn a clothing store, it was when i went there!

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paris

 

Colette 213, rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris, France

ubertrendy, art magazines, haute couture, expensive stuff, rare unusefull objects, graffiti merchandising, toys...

 

Palais de Tokyo, 13 avenue du président Wilson, 75116, Paris, France: quality contemporary art exhibitions, and in the store, catalogues or magazines, limited editions items from André, Zevs, etc...

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You want London, I give you London.

 

LONDON

 

the brixton shop

 

it doesn't have a name, not that I'm aware of. go to brixton station, turn right and walk for about a minute to get to brixton market, and the shop is in the indoor market, on the furthest alley away. The indoor market is very small so if you wander around for ten minutes you'll find it.

They charge the least of any shop in london (£2.50 for 400ml montana) they also have the best selection, you can get paint, ink, markers etc. They also sell hoodies and british hip hop.

 

4 star general

 

directly opposite camden town station, on the left. the prices they charge are obscene, £3.50 for montana?!!!, but it's a graf shop, so I thought I'd mention it. oh yeah the guy who runs the shop is a bit fucked up.

 

there's also graphotism in clapham junction but I don't know much about that shop.

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i went to (what i'm pretty sure was) the graphotism shop when i was in england and they had everything you could ever want at medium to high prices, but it was in the middle of nowhere and i was traveling by public transit, so i only got a few pens and streaks. granted that was five years ago, but usually stores don't get cheaper over time.

 

pearl art supply is a national chain in the usa, and they have tons of shit you might want. i know they have locations in both nyc and sf, i'm assuming elsewhere.

 

luggage store gallery on market at 7th in sf has hosted several twist shows, as well as a recent os gemeos venture. always good, but go during daylight after the show has already been open for a couple days to avoid the hipster crowd. oh, and it's free.

 

in the east bay, check out 510 skateboarding on dwight and telegraph in berkeley. skate goods and clothing, plus a window display that showcases different artists. bigfoot had a thing in there, but most of the shit is local kids that have a knack for art or design.

 

east bay center for creative reuse on san pablo at ashby in berkeley is a great spot for you arty types. remember your kindergarden teacher who always made you do projects with tons of crazy knick knacks? this iswhere she bought all of it. they have a bookcase filled with individual vinyl letters, an oil drum filled with zippers, etc. usually they've got mops or bingo dabbers around, but you gotta dig for em. dirt fucking cheap too. i bought a gallon of paint, unopened, some stamps, a few rolls of blank stickers, and some other miscellaneous crap for about $8. all the crap is donated, the people who work there are volunteers, and all the proceeds go to the berkeley school district.

 

tons of art supply stores in the area, just gotta check em out.

 

hope this is helpful...

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Boston

 

Some good places to consume in Boston, MA. Don't really have address specifics.

 

Movies -

 

Video Underground, Centre St. Jamaica Plain -

All sorts of cult films and local films as well as a few mainstream titles. THE place to rent from if you are a film buff. They'll order anything for you.

 

Viper Video, Commonwealth Ave, by Washington St. Brighton -

Tons of terrible titles interspersed with the few good films. An extensive vintage 80s/90s porn selection, buyable. Cheap rental prices, too. 1.00 Tuesdays and Thursdays.

 

Coolidge Corner Theater, Harvard St. Brookline -

Great Non-Profit Independant film house. Good midnight shows on weekends.

 

Art -

Pearl Art, Mass Ave. Cambridge -

 

I know chains shouldn't be mentioned but if you want Belton or Molotov this is the only place you can get it in this city. Be ready to shell out 8 dollars a can though (not for me sorry). This is probably the largest art store in the city, also.

 

Books -

Harvard Book Store, Mass Ave. Cambridge -

 

Lots of good intellectually stimulating books about intellectually stimulating topics, populated by intellectually stimulated people. Real academia stuff and a lot of "liberal media" books. Not a bad thing.

 

Bars -

Hahahahahahahaha.

 

Music -

Funky Fresh Records, Roxbury -

Hard to find but they got a ton of bling bling Hip Hop and local shit.

 

Smash City, Newbury St. Boston -

Dunno if these guys are still open but they have a lot of used cds, lps, and 7 inches.

 

Cheapo Records, Mass Ave, Cambridge -

Tons and tons of records.

 

 

Welcome to Boston, now get out.

:P

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ok finally.....

sorry about the delay

 

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for all listings (shows, art, music, restaurants etc.) check www.eye.net or www.nowtoronto.com or www.toronto-underground.com

 

 

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Footware

 

The Good Foot - Adelaide / Spadian*

Groovy - Queen West at Agusta

Get Out Side - Queen West at Spadiana*

 

Clothes

 

Parallel - Queen West at Niagara (they have Montana cans!)

Delphic - Queen West at uhhh... manning?

Pretty much all of Queen West has clothing shops

 

Bars and Pubs

 

The Black Bull - 298 Queen Street West - Great patio

C'est What? - 67 Front Street East - micro brews

The Paddock - 178 Bathurst Street - yuppie brews

Gladstone Hotel - 1214 Queen Street West - ghetto karaoke

The Comfort Zone - 480 Spadina Avenue - sketchy afterhours

 

 

simply put... avoid the east side of the city all together.

 

*edit: how many times can I mispell 'spadina' ??

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WOODEN SHOE BOOKS:

508 S. 5th Street

(between Lombard and South)

Philadelphia, PA 19147

(215) 413-0999

 

Former headquarters of all things anarchy in Philadelphia. Mostly political books and nice records.

 

SPACEBOY MUSIC

409 South Street

Philadelphia, PA 19147

215.925.3032

 

 

CDs downstairs, vynl upstairs. Get tickets here for all R5 Prodcution shows.

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K-pants...

 

 

Don't forget TLA Video .

 

An award-winning group of 6 video stores in Philadelphia and New York City, the stores are renowned for their vast and varied selection along with a knowledgeable and dedicated staff. In Philadelphia, where TLA operated the city's premiere repertory movie theatre from 1981-87, the name is synonymous with movies that are hip, foreign, alternative and otherwise not in the mainstream. Our stores serve thousands of people weekly in their quest for the perfect video - served up, of course, with a smile and a flair for the unconventional.

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londons trendy hotspots

 

Busy Work Shop London 4 Upper James St 02074944924

unbeleivably trendy bathing ape shop

 

Bond International 17 Newburgh Street 02074370079

good shop expensive.sells silas stussy etc

 

Fly 352 Kings Rd 02073767606

sells supreme goodenough etc freindly staff

 

Footpatrol 16A St Annes Court 02077346625

sneaker shop that annoys me because the trainers are usually shit but very expensive!

 

The Hideout 7 Upper James St 02074374929

sells supreme pam and others.Very popular with rich japanese art students!

 

Stussy 19 Earlham St 02078369418

stussy retail shop

 

My Trainers 9 Shorts Garden 02073799700

a joke of a shop! sell everything for crazy prices go to major flavas round the corner for trainers!!

 

Magma Books (1) 117-119 Clerkenwell Road 02072429503

Magma Books (2) 8 Earlham Street, Covent Garden 02072408498

great book shop nice people well located

 

visit soon

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ART N SOL (PAINT, GEAR)

14TH AND OGDEN

DENVER COLORADO

 

TWISTED SOL (TATS)

14TH AND OGDEN

DENVER COLORADO

 

TWIST AND SHOUT RECORDS (MUSIC)

ALEMEDA AND LOGAN

DENVER COLORADO

 

GUIRYS (ART SUPPLYS)

22ND AND MARKET

DENVER COLORADO

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Here's some shop listings I found off another site. If anyone's been to these, I'd love to get a quick review/opinion/product listing...

 

MELBOURNE

 

Hudson

229 Carlisle St, Balaclava

9525 8066

 

Someday

Shop 1, 30 Chatham St. Prahran

9529 3602

 

Other Worldly Lives

Shop 2, 30 Chatham St. Prahran

95106077

 

Fat 272

272 Chapel St, Prahran

95102311

 

Fat 52

52 Johnston St, Fitzroy

 

Evolve

214 Chapel St, Prahran

95295466

 

Hobby Japan

Shop 14, MidcityArcade, 200 Bourke St. Melbourne

96391219

 

Just Collectables

212 Chapel St, Prahran

95104556

 

Stussy

Crown Casino

96862790

 

Chadstone

95696907

 

111 Greville St, Prahran

95297788

 

106 Bridge Rd, Richmond

94281280

 

Niketown

Corner Bourke & Swanston St, Melbourne

92929333

 

Prime

191 Little Collins St, Melbourne

96505344

 

Genki

Shop 5, Cathedral Arcade, 37 Swanston St, Melbourne

9650 6366

 

Obese Records

4A Izzet Street, Prahran

95291577

 

Kickz 101

63 Elizabeth St, Melbourne

96201101

 

Honya Japanese Books & CDs

Shop 13, Port Phillip Arcade, 228 Flinders St, Melbourne

96624485

 

Sports Lords

291 Chapel Street, Prahran

95212280

 

Outre

249-251 Elizabeth St, Melbourne

96425455

 

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SYDNEY

 

Stereo

The Galeries Victoria, RG25 / 500 George St

92670897

 

Supply

R1/2-8 Brisbane St, Darlinghurst

92680611

 

Stussy

Fox Studios

93681366

 

Fat

18 Oxford St, Woollahra

93806455

 

Y P V Ivachoff

314 Crown St, Darlinghurst

93324090

 

Our Spot

5/ 256 Crown St, Darlinghurst

83540300

 

Footage

13C Burton Street, Darlinghurst

93321337

 

Glue

Shop T6/ 400 George St

92333930

 

Freestylekickz

Shop 188 Summit Arcade,569 George St

 

Swellstore

256 Oxford St, Paddington

93315899

 

99 Degrees

Upstairs 2/257 Crown St, Darlinghurst

93687899

 

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MISC

 

Area 101

5/128 Hindley St, Greater Union Complex, Adelaide

84109991

 

Blonde Venus (1)

707 Ann St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

32161735

 

Blonde Venus (2)

76 Vulture St, West End, Brisbane

38467663

 

Supafun

717 Ann St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

32160520

 

Liquid

331 Murray St, Perth

94851733

 

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PARIS

 

Colette

213 rue Saint-Honor

01 55 35 33 90

 

Eight

5 rue St Opportune

01 40 26 87 09

 

Junkudo

18 rue des Pyramides

01 42 60 89 12

 

Lazy Dog

2 Passage Thiere

01 58 30 94 76

 

Mad Toy

11 rue Oberkampf

01 43 55 52 64

 

Nike (sports)

12-14, Rond-Point des Champs Elys

 

 

Opium Sneaker Wear

9 rue du Cygne

01 42 33 55 83

 

Ozone

52 rue Roi de Sicile

01 42 78 74 38

 

Preppy Clothing

3 rue Tiquetonne

 

Sneaker Fashion

115 rue du Feaubourg St Antoine

 

Sports USA

18 bd Sebastopol

01 44 78 02 37

 

Starcow

68 rue St.Honore

01 42 21 07 51

 

Surface to Air

46 rue de l'Arbre Sec

01 49 27 04 54

 

What Size?

6 rue Ferdinand Duval & 20 rue du Bourg Tibourg

01 42 77 81 88

 

Zoom Sports

125 rue St Dennis

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Here's a store listing for Arkitip (http://www.arkitip.com) that I figure would include some pretty good shops. Anyone been to any that can comment?

 

AZ - TEMPE - SWELL

CA - COSTA MESA - FREECLOUDS

CA - COSTA MESA - RVCA

CA - COSTA MESA - SUBJECT MATTER

CA - FULLERTON - CARVE

CA - LONG BEACH - SEAMS

CA - LOS ANGELES - AGNÉS B

CA - LOS ANGELES - FOUR X FOUR

CA - LOS ANGELES - GIANT ROBOT STORE

CA - LOS ANGELES - GR2

CA - LOS ANGELES - MELTDOWN

CA - LOS ANGELES - RUDY'S BARBERSHOP - LOS FELIZ

CA - LOS ANGELES - RUDY'S BARBERSHOP @ THE STANDARD HOTEL

CA - LOS ANGELES - SKYLIGHT BOOKS

CA - LOS ANGELES - SPAN

CA - LOS ANGELES - THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

CA - LOS ANGELES - UNION

CA - SACRAMENTO - FLATSPOT

CA - SAN DIEGO - FLAGSHIP

CA - SAN DIEGO - IGLOO

CA - SAN DIEGO - NIKAO YOUTH PROJECT

CA - SAN FRANCISCO - AGNÉS B

CA - SAN FRANCISCO - GIANT ROBOT

CA - SAN FRANCISCO - HUF

CA - SAN FRANCISCO - KIDROBOT

CA - SANTA CLARA - ALAMEDA ARCHIVES

CA - SANTA MONICA - HENNESSY + INGALLS

CO - DENVER - TATTERED COVER

HI - HONOLULU - IN4MATION

IL - CHICAGO - AGNÉS B

IL - CHICAGO - MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

ME - PORTLAND - CASCO BAY BOOKS

NY - BROOKLYN - HALCYON

NY - NEW YORK - AGNÉS B

NY - NEW YORK - ALIFE

NY - NEW YORK - NEW MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

NY - NEW YORK - PRINTED MATTER

NY - NEW YORK - THE REED SPACE

NY - NEW YORK - TURNTABLE LAB

NY - NEW YORK - SOMA NYC GALLERY

NY - NEW YORK - ZAKKA

OH - CINCINNATI - SHAKE IT

OH - COLUMBUS - WEXNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS

OR - PORTLAND - COMPOUND GALLERY

OR - PORTLAND - MOTEL

OR - PORTLAND - RUDY’S BARBERSHOP - PEARL DISTRICT

PA - PHILADELPHIA - UBIQ

TX - DALLAS - GRAY MATTERS GALLERY

WA - SEATTLE - GOODS

 

INTERNATIONAL

 

AUSTRALIA

DARLINGHURST - OUR SPOT

MELBOURNE - OUTRE GALLERY

PADDINGTON - ARIEL BOOKSELLERS

SURRY HILLS - PUBLISHED ART

SYDNEY - INCU

 

BELGIUM

ANTWERP - FISH & CHIPS

 

CANADA

MONTREAL - ALENA

TORONTO - MAGIC PONY

TORONTO - SWIPE BOOKS

VANCOUVER - ANTISOCIAL

VANCOUVER - CLUBCARD

VANCOUVER - THE PIGEON SHOP

 

DENMARK

KOBENHAVN K - WOODWOOD

 

ENGLAND/UK

BRISTOL - HERE GALLERY

LONDON - ARTWORDS

LONDON - BEST SHOP

LONDON - MAGMA

LONDON - TATE MUSEUM

MANCHESTER - MAGMA

 

FRANCE

PARIS - AGNÉS B

PARIS - BLACK BLOCK

PARIS - COLETTE

PARIS - PALAIS DE TOKYO

PARIS - SURFACE TO AIR

 

GERMANY

BERLIN - PRO QM

 

JAPAN

OSAKA - HEAVEN 27 BOUTIQUE

TOKYO - HEAVEN 27 BOUTIQUE

TOKYO - MUSEUM SHOP ON SUNDAYS

TOKYO - REUNIT

TOKYO - ROCKET GALLERY

 

MALAYSIA

BASHEER GRAPHIC BOOKS - SINGAPORE

 

NETHERLANDS

90 SQUARE METERS - AMSTERDAM

 

PHILLIPPINES

MANDALUYONG - TONIC

 

SCOTLAND

EDINBURGH - ANALOGUE

GLASGOW - ALLIANCE

 

SPAIN

MADRID - SUPERGO CORP.

 

SWEDEN

STOCKHOLM - A WORLD BENEATH

STOCKHOLM - BADLANDS

 

SWITZERLAND

ZURICH - BURO DISCOUNT

ZURICH - KRAUTHAMMER

ZURICH - NIEVES

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another kidrobot, but now located in new york

 

Kidrobot

126 Prince St.

New York, NY 10012

212.966.6688

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in arizona there is a place called wet paint go to www.wetpaintaz.com they have an upstairs locals record store a gallerie everything for graffiti you could want the sell on the run markers, streaks, biggie 55's, a whole shit load of montana cans, graffiti videos, and a hole shit load of other shit.the people there are really cool.most of them do graffiti and stuff and the record store they opened upstairs has a great sellection of hard to find underground hip hop and soul......my favorite store

 

also in tempe ariona, there is this store called swell, its like a clothing store slash dj store slash everything else store its on mill avenue right next to wetpaint

 

we also got a place called zia record exchange. this is like the only real record store left on the planet the have a great selection (new & used) of cd's ad vinyl great store at great prices

 

in los angeles i know of this place called workmens. they are like a big hip hop shop they sell graffiti markers and videos and a great selection of shoes and really cool shirts..there located in the montebello mall i highly suggest you go check them out www.workmens.com

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WASHINGTON DC

 

DJ Hut

2010 P St. Floor 2

Washington DC, 20036

(Take metro red line to dupont circle)

www.djhut.com

 

They got: magazines, Videos & DVDs, Caps, Import Paint, misc. graffiti shit, some clothing, and lots and lots of records.

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TORONTO SHOPS

 

Hey people... here's some Toronto Shops.

 

I shop for more than just markers and toys, so here's a broad spectrum of the goods.

I want to include more than just the hip upstarts, so there's some enduring tradition included too.

 

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^ Toronto Skyline and the Ontario Academy of Design.

It's really one of the best arts schools around and it's right downtown,

which is a plus to some. There's lots of gallery right near here.

 

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^right across from OCAD.

 

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^ art supplies on Queen West

 

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^ Bomb Shelter - graff shop - queen / spadina

 

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^Metropolis records. Modern records and event tickets. Next to Bomb Shelter

 

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^ Noise clothing. used to be a raver hub but actually has some decent gear now.

 

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^ Odysses. good clothing shop on Queen West.

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^ the VICE shop. You know what they sell.

 

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^ Suspect video has all types of crazy flicks and toys. Plus obscure magazines.

Black Market Records next to it is well... blackmarket records. DNB.

 

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^ So Hip It Hurts is a decent skateshop. Not hogtown though.

Groovy under it is a great spot for shoes.

 

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^ Get outside is another shoe spot.

 

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^ DA ZONE is a good shoe and athletic store.

 

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^ another shot of Da Zone. art work by Sight BA BSM KWOTA etc.

 

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^ The friendly stanger for all your smoking needs.

 

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^ Sneak Beats. home of Dj Sneak.

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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.

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Holy shit...

 

 

Toronto kicks the ass of pretty much any city I've ever seen.... And to think toronto isn't even the "coolest" city in canada.... holyeee shit....

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