Urban life

  • From tank tops to speedos: the evolution of men’s swimwear

    From tank tops to speedos: the evolution of men’s swimwear

    We can finally state that we’re not anymore just ‘near’ summer, we can stop complaining about the cold, that icy breeze, those rainy days and anything that doesn’t resemble to our radiator, our Nannies stove or our chimney.

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  • Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child

    Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child

    There were few personalities, like that of Jean-Michel Basquiat, who marked and characterized the New York of the 80s. In order to understand what he dreamed, what he painted, what Basquiat draw and wrote, we must first remember who he was.

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  • B-boying: the art of breaking

    B-boying: the art of breaking

    Today we’re all here reunited in order to discuss another very important chapter of hip hop: breakdance. Anyway I’m warning you, the only reason why I’m calling it breakdance is because it is the most commonly used term, but if it was for me and for any respectable b-boy, we should all call it b-boying. This is because the media, during the ‘80s, changed its name in breakdance, simply because it sounded more ‘professional’. So, whoever wants to keep it real should keep calling it b-boying.

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  • Edi Rama: he gave life to his city through urban art

    Edi Rama: he gave life to his city through urban art

    No one would dream of associating art - especially street art - with politics, except to underline its contrast; the persecution of street artists, considered vandals, by the police, and the contempt of those in high places with them.

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  • Snapback: all the ways to wear it

    Snapback: all the ways to wear it

    With the launch of the new Blowhammer Snapback collection, we certainly could not reserve the right to give all the necessary advices on how to wear in many different ways this accessory.

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