Overview 2004.
  Kazuki Kuraishi
Over the course of a fine dinner we got to chat about his work and his clients who are all also his close friends: *A Bathing Ape, Wtaps, Visvim, or Neighborhood, to name only a few of the Japanese chapter. One usually does not get to hear much about the designers behind abovementioned labels - so here is our feature on one very productive one..&.

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  Rick Blackshaw / Scrawl Collective
"I pretended I was Charles Saatchi and promised them sweeties." That was how Ric Blackshaw founder of the Scrawl Collective said he got his stable of artists to exhibit their fantastic, boundary pushing pieces in Shoreditch last week…but did he really?

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  Delphi Collective - The Hunter Dunk
So you get this shoe template - you open it up in Photoshop, you slap some colors on it, you pick some fabrics from the sample book they sent you and then, two weeks later, you have it - your own model.

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  The Hideout
Not just a story about the impressive new refurbishment they have undertaken, but an insight into who's involved in one of the foremost street-style stores in the world.

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  Nicky Siano
For this feature we are visiting New York between the years 1972 and 1977. This was the time of the now legendary club The Gallery. Nicky Siano was the man behind it. Behind the club and behind the decks.

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  Kicks Hawaii
Ian Ginoza gives us the scoop on his store plus infos on his own brand "Bitter Sweet".

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  Nike Mayfly
Imagine you only had one day to live. What would be the most valuable asset for you to get as much as possible out of these 24 hours?

Certainly speed.

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  Leilow Hawaii
We caught up with Jules Gayton, owner of Leilow Hawaii. One of the original members of the Stüssy World Tribe Jules has seen everything, has done everything... and tells us about it all.

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  Visvim - Hiroki Nakamura
We do not exaggerate by saying that this feature and our succeeding stories on Visvim have started it for most people wearing FBTs, Serras, and Elk backpacks today. Read the first (and only one online) interview with Hiroki Nakamura, creative director and owner of Visvim in our feature.

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  Peter Sutherland
"I went to the opening party for the “I Heart” store in Nolita. I met Gail through our mutual friend Ce Ce... Gail and I spoke for a while and I gave her my card. I sent out vibes to her over the next few days in hopes of her asking me to be on Beinghunted (no joke)."

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  Callous Footwear
Unfortunately, this company no longer exists. It was good while it lasted and Callous produced some of the most exciting pieces of footwear at the time. This was our introduction, now it's our fare-well!

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  Meat Love
This kid is/used to be at the forefront of stencil art. If you ever visit Munich you'll still be able to find his stickers - now weathered and rotten. Picture this: he posted all of them himself. And we are talking a couple thousand!

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  Pass Over Tokyo
A shop review and interview with the owner, Hiroki, on some of the rarest sneakers on the globe.

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  Made Magazine
The Who?, the Why?, etc.

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  Dithers DVD
An interview with Reid van Renesse on his DVD project "Dithers". Read the names on the left and you'll know what this is about!

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  Metropop - Sneakers in Munich
If you think that Munich doesn’t fit too well into this list of sneaker capitals you are 100% correct. The question is – does it have to fit? Is it preferable to be living in a sneaker metropolis? What are the advantages? What are the disadvantages?

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  Kenzo Minami
Our portrait of Kenzo Minami - one of the most influential graphic designers of the past few years. We were also luck enough to have Kenzo design a T-shirt for us (which is long gone...).

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