Breakbeat Science Gear launched!

With the economy looking like it may be fucked for a while, Breakbeat Science Gear is launching a new limited edition, artist driven, street-wear line, with a no-bullshit price tag !

Breakbeat Science: the name comes from the very dawn of Hip Hop, when DJs began searching for and isolating the percussion “Break” in funk and disco records, extending it for audiences to dance to. A “scientist” was a DJ or producer who had these “skills”.

BBS designs have always found an appreciative audience, whether people are aware of the history of the brand or the music.

This first new BBS Gear collection entitled Science In Motion 08 is co-designed and curated by NYC’s DJ DB, and graphic artist Norik. Original and powerful, sometimes dark, while other times irreverent or funny. The guest artists include:

Pamela Harris: Science In Motion
Matthew Hollister: Turntable 1 & 2
Dumbo: Live City
Dieselboy: Drowning
Jason Clay Lewis: Famine Fields
Tristan Eaton: Skulls are Cool
Patricio Paez: Dangerous Bass

Good Morning, Hear Ye, Hear Ye!

Lucerne, Switzerland. Radio called RADIO. Thanks Jonas for pointing me.

jamie bochert by david lachapelle

from i-d magazine, september 2002

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Obama campaign’s creativities.


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by a 15-year-old boy from the Netherlands.

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