Posts tagged "Shepard Fairey"
Chatting with Obey's Women's Designer, Erin Wignall Han

Chatting with Obey’s Women’s Designer, Erin Wignall Han

We linked up with Obey's amazing women's wear designer, Erin Wignall Han, and discussed her favorite season, what she has learned from working in the fashion industry, and her favorite shopping destinations. Read the interview and scope out the Fall 2012 lookbook after the jump.
Obey Summer 2011 Women's Lookbook

Obey Summer 2011 Women’s Lookbook

Obey's latest summer collection has dropped at just the right time! Boston temperatures are soaring, turning the brand's roomy tanks, beachy cover-ups, and trendy rompers into this season's essentials.
Obey Awareness is Feeding America

Obey Awareness is Feeding America

Every season we can count on Obey Awareness to highlight a social issue and contribute to a relevant organization. Spring 2011's cause is Feeding America, the leading domestic hunger-relief charity offering assistance to the 49 million Americans who live in food-insecure households.
May Day

May Day

I was home in NY this past weekend visiting my parents, when I passed by Shepard Fairey’s latest work downtown. If you haven’t dropped by his exhibit “May Day”, get up and on it!

Shepart Fairey “May Day” Show

One hell of a way to go out – Deitch Projects will host MAY DAY within it’s hallowed walls as the gallery’s final project, featuring entirely new work from Obey‘s Shepard Fairey. Referencing the familiar distress call used by police and firefighters in emergency situations, May 1st – May Day – is furthermore observed throughout...
sunrise, sunset, swiftly go the days

sunrise, sunset, swiftly go the days

Here at the Karmaloop office we are witness to serious style every day. You could style a lookbook just rallying up some of the ladies on a daily basis! This being said, check out the lovely Emily (Merchandise Co-ordinator for Karmaloop) in a sweet sundress, and some kick ass Seychelles boots. We took a brief...
Twisted Sister

Twisted Sister

Claude, keep your waterlillies and dramatically lit bridges. Georgia, I’ll be having none of your pretentiously suggestive vagina flowers… Instead, give me the dark and twisty street-inspired stuff! The creativity that thrives on the streets of Boston is amazing–what’s even more amazing is that Karmaloop’s Kazbah is taking on the role of art dealer, showcasing...
The Empower the Youth Tee Shirt Design Contest Winner

The Empower the Youth Tee Shirt Design Contest Winner

Congratulations to Laura Newman, a graphic design student at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania and the winner of the Empower the Youth Tee Shirt Design Contest! According to Laura, her design was inspired by “turning youth on to knowledge about HIV and ways of prevention, and with this, empowering them to take action against the spread of...
Well They Called It Puppy Love...

Well They Called It Puppy Love…

One of the greatest things about Shepard Fairey and the Obey clothing team is their continuous mission to create graphics that are both visually beautiful and that send a strong message–political, social, or otherwise.  We here at Karmaloop are particularly excited about the Adopt Collar and leash. The profits from both are donated to AdoptAPet.com, an organization...
Perez Hilton <3s Karmaloop!

Perez Hilton <3s Karmaloop!

The one and only Perez Hilton, arguably the most controversial and actively-read blogger on the planet (not to mention one of our favorite guilty pleasures), gave us some love on the Coco Perez fashion blog today, specifically The Karmaloop x MTV Staying Alive Foundation Tee. The tee was designed exclusively for Karmaloop and MTV’s Staying Alive...
Empower the Youth T-Shirt Contest!

Empower the Youth T-Shirt Contest!

For many, art serves as an inspiration. And there is nothing more inspiring than fusing the worlds of art and charity into a collective force to help cultivate change. Karmaloop and MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation are joining forces to help raise awareness of HIV/AIDS prevention and education to help fund and empower young people across...