Wednesday, November 24, 2010
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Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Saturday, May 1, 2010
Horsebites’ artwork will continue to be on display and available for T-Shirt printing 4.15.10 to 5.12.10. Mother Falcon will feature a different local artist each month. A portion of the Art T-shirts proceeds goes directly to the artist and are available for a limited time only.
Monday, March 29, 2010
Insound SXSW 2010 Presented by Saucony Originals with Liars, Vivian Girls, Small Black, Surfer Blood, & Delorean! While watching this totally dope show we couldn't help but checked out some local shoe fashion!
Friday, March 26, 2010
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
The distinctive character-based MIMOBOT line offers from 2GB to 16GB of flash memory storage and transport for all your most precious music, docs, pics and other personal data bits and bytes. The MIMOBOT range is available in several crossover flavors, such as Star Wars, Hello Kitty, Halo, and Japan’s Domo and our MIMOBOT Artist Series has functioned as a canvas for pop-artists like Gary Baseman, Jon Burgerman, and Simone Legno amongst other fresh designer toy, street art, and urban cultured talent.
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Krink K-51 markers feature high-quality dye-based inks. Vibrant, translucent colors are water resistant.The durable extra-broad tip has two edges for different line widths and versatility.Writes on most surfaces: Metal, canvas, painted surfaces, wood, glass, plastic, and paper are all great surfaces for Krink inks. Large ink capacity of 30ml. Quick drying. Great for a variety of art, craft, and industrial uses.Highest quality. Handmade in the USA.Xylene free. Conforms to ASTM D-4236 and California Prop 65.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
On the night of August 18 2009 COVERT SKATE SHOP was robbed. An entire selection of shoes were taken, leaving only the 20 display shoes on the wall. To turn this tragedy into something positive Covert teamed up with BOLD HYPE GALLERY and gave these display shoes to some of our favorite artists. The artists will be using these shoes as their canvas or inspiration in creating new pieces of work. On February 20th come see how this negative event in COVERT's history is turned into a positive with this one of a kind art show.
Some of the artists will be Andrew Spear, Dolla, Brice Stephens, Dustin Orlando, Charles Marklin, Dennis Hansbury, Jester, Nathan Spoor, Scott Scheidly, Rafeal Santiago, Phil Noto, Francesco Lo Castro, Johannah O Donnell, Bagger 43, Patrick Fatica, Douglas Hoffman, DRES 13, David Hoskins and the Diversitile Crew.
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Loving this yumminess! Minimalist design duo Mike Giles and Judy Lawrence, introduced Miju's first collection, "The wind beneath", consisting of feather-shaped, laser-cut and etched jewelry. Each pendant-style necklaces and earrings are precision cut form either white or black acrylic, then hand assembled and packaged with simple, elegant attention to detail.
Leather is nice and durable, but to address the concern to our environment, the Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan was created. The sneaker comes in four color combos namely: Brown/Tan/Green, Green/Tan, Stone Grey/Navy, and Black/Stone Grey. Mother Falcon had the Brown/Tan/Green and the Black/Stone Grey in 2009. New to the store & Saucony in 2010 is the Green/Tan and the Stone Grey/Navy! These kicks are basically made from natural hemp canvas and other natural materials. Be Greeny!
Friday, January 22, 2010
Bold Hype and Rafael Santiago invite you to take a trip in to the Cosmos.
Rafael Santiago returns to Bold Hype with his 2nd highly anticipated Solo Show, 10% of the profits will be donated to aid relief efforts in haiti
Rafael Santiago was born in the South Bronx in 1969. He was accepted into the well known High School of Art & Design in New York City where he developed his academic skills in color, figure, design and composition. Growing up in New York City during the 70’s he observed the birth of the graffiti movement and cult films.
His drawings are organically conceived; using a variety of experimental concepts he fuses wax, color dyes, micron pens to produce a unique color palette.
Recently, Rafael has turned his focus to iconic images from pop culture. In particular, his latest body of work depicts individuals who have had a resounding affect on society.
Rafael received his Bachelors of Fine Art from the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 23rd 8PM - LATE, Drinks and Goodies, As always, FREE ADMISSION