Monthly Archives: September 2013
Pusha T and Noah Callahan-Bever return for the second installment of the My Name Is My Name Documentary Series. While hanging in Jamaica, Pusha illustrates the difference between the music he’s into versus the music his fans know him for. They discuss Pusha’s Clipse days, run-ins with the law, and his relationship with his brother Malice.
The legendary Capcom released a documentary from their iconic fighting game Street Fighter. Since their first release August 30th 1987. Last year marked the 25th anniversary of Street Fighter and we have the chance to have a look at a 72-minute long documentary titled I Am Street Fighter which was previously only available to die-hard fans who had to pay $150 USD on the Collector’s Set.
The documentary explores many of the Capcom titles and their core followers and also features the legendary series producer Yoshinori Ono and former Capcom community manager Seth Killian.
If you are an Street Fighter Fan have a look below at the documentary below
Converse Skate Ambassador Pontus Alv had the idea to make a little film about cruising around Paris with a jump ramp and a couple of plates, inspired by 1989 and the Converse CONS CTAS Pro Skate sneakers.
This era of skateboarding means so much as it was when street skating really broke though; it ripped out of California and spread around the world like wild fire. It created the foundation for what skateboarding is today.
This film is a celebration of that time. It inspired us. We hope it inspires you. Go build a jump ramp and explore.