November 27th, 2014 - 22:06

THE NEW DRAKE?

Meet Lil Dicky.

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November 26th, 2014 - 01:44

VISVIM.

One the best to ever do it.

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November 17th, 2014 - 12:56

STAPLE x NATUREL.

1-2-1 w/jeffstaple ft. Naturel from staplepigeon on Vimeo.

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Staple HO 26

In keeping with the tradition of supporting and showcasing artists within our line, Staple is proud to announce our latest collaborative capsule collection featuring the artwork of Naturel.  Hailing from Washington, D.C., Naturel is an up-and-coming artist known for his neo-cubist style and novel interpretations of street culture references, such as hip hop icons Pharrell, Kanye West, Notorious B.I.G., his signature skeleton icons, sneakers, liquor bottles, and nude figures. Naturel draws from experience, having been a veteran of the hip hop world and first started out as a rapper himself. He often inserts his own personal symbols such as red flowers into his work, and a “Jesus Piece,” an abstracted gold pendant, later produced by the streetwear jeweler, Mr. Flawless. High brow and low brow worlds collide within Naturel’s creative canvases and his work has attracted celebrity collectors and investors such as Spike Lee, Rihanna, and Lebron James.

For the Holiday 2014 season, the Staple x Naturel collaboration boasts an extensive 18-piece collection featuring tees, woven shirts, hats, fleece, and a varsity jacket. The entire collection will start hitting Staple retailers starting November 15th.

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November 15th, 2014 - 21:10

WHY ART MATTERS.

After the Odd Future Music Festival Concert, Tyler The Creator (their frontman) had a chance to interview none other than Pharrell Williams for Mass Appeal.

But did you know, while watching N.E.R.D.’s perform earlier, Tyler was in tears at what he was experiencing? Wouldn’t you? He used to listen to Pharrell before he himself was able to pursue his dreams. Now he’s created something that his childhood hero is blessing. It was all too much for him. It’s an amazing moment where you can witness the power of art.

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