Senin, 29 September 2008

Dare to surf?

Unfortunately, its lens is a strategy that has reached epidemic proportions in the larger art world: the use of many small things to make one big thing, confounding expectations going or coming.

Photo: Hiroko Masuike for The New York Times

Jumat, 26 September 2008

DC Shoe has arrived...

The latest collections from DC are now available at Deadboy Limited Store, visit us!!

Selasa, 23 September 2008

The Deadboy exhibition theme: Exhibit the exhibitionist,

The latest issue from Arkitip..

Arkitip No. 0048, Ryan McGinness
Ryan McGinness as the Arkitip next cover artist and curator of Arkitip Issue No. 0048. McGinness makes his second appearance in Arkitip, the first being way back in Issue No. 0005, published in May 2000. Art Director Sas was first impressed by the artist in 1999, meeting him shortly after his picking up his book, Flatnessisgod. McGinness' art career has flourished exponentially since that time. In addition to being represented by Deitch Galleries and Pace Prints, he has produced over 27 solo shows in galleries worldwide, and recently created a major exhibition as part of Art Basel Miami in 2008.
The book titled Aesthetic Comfort is published by Arkitip on the occasion of the Aesthetic Comfort exhibitions in the Fall of 2008. This artist's book features details of McGinness' paintings converted to coarse halftones and printed in 4 fluorescent inks: orange, yellow, pink, and green. It will accompany each issue edition, which is packaged in a custom designed box made exclusively for Arkitip by Incase.
McGinness has been accurately described as "A Warhol for the 21st Century" (Black Book) and "a leading pioneer of the new semiotics" (Vogue). Using iconic representations of logos and symbols, he weaves and spins them into something supremely elegant.

Jumat, 19 September 2008

The Astro t and acid dead t

The 2 new editions are hanging..before the end of the world..just a few pieces to brightened the world.

Kamis, 18 September 2008

Rabu, 17 September 2008

Ms Dewi as the exhibitionist

Ms Dewi exhibits the latest tee debut, the astronaut item, cut and sew in 25 pieces. Proudly produced by The Deadboy Limited.

The small corner

We've been sketching,doodling,manipulating,plugin and unplugin the computer during the weekday, so we stuck everything on our tiny space wall. at least we can take a slight glimpse to recall our short term memory. So that's how our small corner works.

Senin, 15 September 2008

A Good Die Young..In Memoriam

Skateboarder Van Wastell died on September 5th after falling from a hotel window in Berlin, Germany.
The 24-year-old skateboarder sponsored by Krooked, Vans, Independent, Spitfire, Matix and IG Boardshop, was just days away from turning pro. According to reports Wastell was traveling with the Vans team. Although details are sketchy, Matix Clothing received a call from DLX’s Jim Theibaud:
There are some things in life you can never prepare for. I received a call from DLX’s Jim Thiebaud yesterday, his voice calm but unsteady. What he went on to tell me was seemingly unbelievable. On Friday Sept. 5th, Van Wastell fell from a Berlin hotel window to his death. This is devastating news for all of us here at Matix, as Van was our friend, our team rider and a close homie of mine. I don’t know what else to say other than we will miss the f*** out Van, he will continue his journey in mind and spirit. Our hearts goes out to the Wastell family during this time of confusion and sadness. REST IN PEACE.

Jumat, 12 September 2008

Lets plaid...!

start the music and plaid with us.
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Minggu, 07 September 2008

Senin, 01 September 2008

Skate till die!

Creature’s Rip Rider Complete

Our creepy friends over at Creature skateboards are on a roll and have recently brainstormed from their collective cave to produce a fun little skateboard gem named and marketed as The Rip Rider. This bright green injection molded plastic deck (fully loaded with trucks and wheels) weighs in at close to 7 pounds and with its mighty weight factor, we’re sure that it can properly deliver a crushing shark bite to one’s unsuspecting ankle. Don’t say we didn’t warn you! The deck measures in at 24.5” in length. 7.5” width (4” at the tail) and rolls with a 12.75” wheelbase. Sure, call it a novelty with its coffin shaped board box, but this functional set up with bullet trucks and soft 60mm OJ III wheels that have a transparent smoke colored appearance is ready to rip through some of the heaviest of skate sessions.

In fact, with some of the time tested research and development put into this baby, good old Mr. Navarrette has stretched many handplants and crucial moves on the Rip Rider. Hitz, Graham, Parts, Cranston, Baby Lamb and their minions have all had their share of input as well. Any doubts? Go ahead and check one out for yourself at your local Creature dealer. MSRP $120

Warning - With this rig you just might become the life and death of the skate party, but don’t ever sleep on the Hesh crew!