Posts tagged "Series"
Graphic designer Dinah Fried's Fictitious Dishes series might just be the perfect Monday amusement for any of you literary folk. The clever RISD student captures memorable meals from beloved books... Can you guess which each one is from?
Danny Davis and Hannah Teter look like snowboarding gods standing at the top of the 500 foot super pipe in Stratton, Vermont. What is going through their minds before they make the great descent into the pipe? KarmaloopTV and Burton find out in the Elements of a Run series.
With UK based Kate Sutton as LeSportsac's current "Artist in Residence," we have friendly garden pals to lighten the mood while carrying all your gear for warm weather travel.
LA's own Junkfood Clothing has been the go-to brand for comfortable, vintage style tees since its existence. This spring the brand introduces Junkfood Originals, a series of vintage band tees that are inspired by New York City's music and art scene in the 70's.
Check out Shane McAdams' synthetic landscapes and ball point pen paintings. This Brooklyn-based artist draws inspiration from desert landscapes, creating with everyday materials like pens, resin, and glue.
Karmaloop pal Martha Carl released her first set of prints on Etsy -- a bold and playful bunch that will surely add spirit to your home or office!
Long exposure photography was used to capture Japan's golden fireflies during the summer mating season, resulting in this vivid series of images.
This week we've got cultural controversy, some nostalgia, and an exciting vegan tattoo process.
Are you hooked yet on the WeSC fall collection? No? See it here. Yes? Well then listen up - Karmaloop and WeSC want to make sure you have sweet accessories to spice up your fall wardrobe. You love your jams, you love your clothes… isn’t it about time your ears met some functional style? With the purchase of...
Obey’s Andre the Giant has been giving power to the posse for a whole (gasp!) decade, so to celebrate, Obey is giving you a bit of its hidden treasure. The 10 Year Anniversary Series features graphics from the original Obey catalog, which prove to be as classic and relevant in 2010 as they were from...
Dianna Agron, better known as Quin on Glee, was seen with the Skulls Tako Bunny Tunic by Sauce peeking out under her trench coat. Also check out the Skulls Tako Bow Tunic and the Skulls Tako Roses Tunic.
“They’re the common denominator of shoes,” says Blondie lead singer, Debbie Harry, on Converse. This queen of cool and her bandmates always wore the sneakers on stage, and although they are the footwear of choice for these rock legends, they’re also accessible for any stylish girl shopping on Karmaloop.com. They’re timeless. My dad wore them...