CLOUT Magazine and paralyzed artist, Benny DIAR both just released new logo hoodies and T-shirts in both men’s and women’s. The Benny DIAR logo was originally designed by Sean Barton, and each garment also has ‘BUSY LIVING’, 3″ wide, on the sleeve on the hoodies and on the top back the T-shirts. The CLOUT header logo was originally designed by S.Faustina. These new releases are now available HERE. Use Discount Code BENNYDIAR20 for 20% off your entire order..
If you’re familiar with the case of the West Memphis Three, you’ll be aware that attempting to condense the complexity, length, and injustice of it all into a few paragraphs is near impossible. If you’re unfamiliar with it, then watching the excellent Paradise Lost trilogy of documentaries—as well as Amy Berg’s equally fantastic West of Memphis—serves as a good introduction to this astonishing story.
In short, the West Memphis Three are Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley, Jr. They were three boys from West Memphis, Arkansas, aged between 16 and 18, who in 1993 were arrested and convicted for the murder and sexual mutilation of three eight-year-old boys—Steve Branch, Michael Moore, and Christopher Byers. Due to the apparent acts of mutilation it was accused that what had taken place was in fact a satanic ritual—human sacrifices. The pressure on the police to solve the heinous crime was huge, which, combined with the town having a history of supposed witchcraft and satanic practices, left a community shattered and in terrifying fear. Echols, Misskelley, and Baldwin were picked up as they were known friends and were into what a lot of alienated teenagers were into: heavy metal, wearing black, being left alone, and doing their own thing.
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Michael Jordan is one of the most iconic sports figures in history, and has build a brand around his name. Unfortunately, he doesn’t own the rights to it in China.
Back in 2012, he filed a lawsuit against a company called Qiaodan Sports, claiming it had built a business around his Chinese name and iconic “23” jersey number without his permission.. Article continued at Baller Status..
Erected earlier this week in Shanghai’s bustling Huangpu district, Brooklyn contemporary artist Brian Donnelly, better known as KAWS, ventured to the heart of Middle Kingdom for his latest undertaking. Following the showing of “CLEAN SLATE” last year at Hong Kong’s Harbour City,KAWS brings his concept to the mainland, debuting the project to the Chinese audience for the first time in the lead up to a more comprehensive exhibition in 2017. Partnering up with fashion mainstay Lane Crawford and curating company AllRightsReseved, “CLEAN STATE” features a mammoth rendering of the Companion holding two smaller counterparts. “In the past, my sculptures have been mostly a one-to-one relationship with the viewer, this time I think the conversation moves more inward.” KAWS said. Having built a loyal following for his contribution in the realms of vinyl toys — working closely with MEDICOM TOY — and streetwear (founding the now defunct label Original Fake), KAWS continues to reinvent his mascot the Companion in various shapes and mediums, taking to global landmarks across the world. Here, KAWS lets us in on the meaning (or the lack of) behind his latest presentation and speaks on how “CLEAN SLATE” came to fruition.. Article continued at coac Hype Beast..
This definitely inspired me. Got to love the underdog story..
“UFC women’s champ Ronda Rousey had fought her way to the top of MMA. Her success, coupled with her beauty, has helped her become a household name outside the sport… translating into modeling and movies.
The 28-year-old superstar was recently profiled by HBO’s Real Sports, who offered a look into her past, her struggles, and climb to the top.
During the interview, Rousey offers her thoughts on being being named the top pound-for-pound fighter on the planet, her impact on the betterment for women in society, and her signature move, the armbar..” -Source: Baller Status