Posts Tagged ‘Master’

Nike Air Max 90 “Master” Imagined by Canadian Graphic Designer

Today is the big day for Air Max fans as around the globe sneakerheads celebrate Air Max Day.  Born in 2014, the annual event pays tribute to not just the product line of Air Max that has revolutionized sneakers, but also the people that make them great.

This year, Nike teamed up with some of the biggest Air Max aficionados to create the Nike Air Max 1 “Master” that sported materials from some of the most iconic Nike Air Max 1 releases over the past 30 years.

Canadian based graphic designer RJ Viquiera, known as @arrjae on Twitter and Instagram, envisioned what would the “Master” version of the Nike Air Max 90 look like.  RJ took a similar concept with playing up the mudguard on the shoes and cooked up both a black and white based colorway to incorporate as many legendary Air Max 90s as possible.

Some old, some new, some collaborations, and some limited drops all are represented including:

  • DQM x Nike Air Max 90 “Bacon”
  • Nike Air Max 90 “Infrared”
  • HUF x Nike Air Max 90 “Hufquake”
  • Nike Air Max 90 “Curry”
  • Nike Air Max 90 “Crepe”
  • KAWS x Nike Air Max 90

Let us know in the comment section what you think of these two make ups.  Should Nike do the same concept with the Air Max 90 as they did with the Air Max 1?

Nike Air Max 90 "Master" Black - Lateral Side
Nike Air Max 90 “Master” Black – Lateral Side
Nike Air Max 90 "Master" Black - Medial Side
Nike Air Max 90 “Master” Black – Medial Side
Nike Air Max 90 "Master" White - Lateral Side
Nike Air Max 90 “Master” White – Lateral Side
Nike Air Max 90 "Master" White - Medial Side
Nike Air Max 90 “Master” White – Medial Side

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Nike Air Max 90 "Master" Black - Lateral Side
Nike Air Max 90 “Master” Black – Lateral Side
Nike Air Max 90 "Master" Black - Medial Side
Nike Air Max 90 “Master” Black – Medial Side
Nike Air Max 90 "Master" White - Lateral Side
Nike Air Max 90 “Master” White – Lateral Side
Nike Air Max 90 "Master" White - Medial Side
Nike Air Max 90 “Master” White – Medial Side

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LeBron James Is a Master Troll

LeBron James Is a Master Troll

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Where to Buy the Air Jordan 12 “The Master” Online

The Air Jordan 12 retro returns in “The Master” colorway inspired by a 1997 promotional poster.  The Air Jordan 12 “The Master” features a nearly all-black-everything colorup with subtle, yet eye-catching accents of grey and gold.

The Master Jordan 12s will release at a number of retailers nationwide as well as at select online retailers listed below.  These Jordans will go live for sale at 10AM Eastern (7AM Pacific).  Good luck to all trying to grab their pair!

Nike

Foot Locker
Footaction
Champs Sports
Eastbay

Finishline

Air Jordan 12 “The Master”

Colorway: Black/White-Black-Metallic Gold
Style #: 130690-013
Release Date: February 27, 2016
Price: $ 190

Air Jordan 12 "The Master"

Air Jordan 12 “The Master”

Air Jordan 12 "The Master"

Air Jordan 12 “The Master”

Air Jordan 12 "The Master"

Air Jordan 12 “The Master”

Air Jordan 12 "The Master"

Air Jordan 12 “The Master”

Air Jordan 12 "The Master"

Air Jordan 12 “The Master”

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Rob Lowe is a Master of Office Etiquette

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J. Crew x PRO-Keds ‘Royal Master’


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j crew pro keds royal master 1 J. Crew x PRO Keds Royal Master

J.Crew has long been a company that invites other like-minded brands into their fold to create collaborative products, & for Spring/Summer 2012, J.Crew has called on PRO-Keds to create a custom ‘Royal Master’ sneaker. Featuring the kind of minimal, classic aesthetic both brands are known for, the shoe features an understated style and is mocked up in mostly tonal white/off-white upper. The classic PRO-Keds “powerstripes” are emblazoned across the anterior outer midsole and a gum undersole finish off the retro tone. Availability is now offered through the J.Crew online store. Retail is set at $ 90 USD.

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PRO-Keds Royal Master Throwback Collection


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Originally released in 1972, the Royal Master was one the most well-known PRO-Keds basketball styles created – made famous by hard-court luminaries like Tiny Archibald and “Pistol” Pete Maravich. Reintroduced for the season with classic construction including rich suede, double stripes and padded collar, new attributes include a full-grain leather upper turned inside out, twill stripes and heritage-based vulcanized rubber midsole with iconic “powerstripes.” Available in red, blue, black and white, the Royal Master can be purchased online for only $ 65 USD.

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Logic: Master of His Craft

On the brink of commercial success, American-born rap sensation Logic now faces unprecedented challenges. With his complex rhyme schemes and creativity having caught the eye of Def Jam, the rapper – born Sir Robert Bryson Hall II – had (ostensibly) made it over the hump of a non-enviable family situation, blog denial, and other problems. Alas, the ever-resourceful Maryland native worked to complete his debut album – but not without another set of complications. With the stakes higher than ever, HYPETRAK sat down with Logic to discuss his journey thus far, which tells the tale of a young man beating his demons to come out on top. Enjoy key excerpts from the insightful piece below, then head over to HYPETRAK to view the full piece.

Your debut album is due later this year. Are you satisfied with its progress so far?

Oh yeah, definitely. I mean, it’s been done for six months and I haven’t changed anything. In the time since it was finished, I was tempted to go back in because I would find new inspiration. However, I saved that feeling to currently work on the second album. You can’t fix something that ain’t broke, as they say, so I’ve just been sitting on the first LP.

How has the creation process differed from your previous projects?

Well, with mixtapes, that was an era in my life where I was on the come-up. I wrote as if the listener was my best friend and I was venting about everything I was going through daily, both good and bad, as a rapper. However, the album is far from that. The album is not about the coming of Logic, it is about the Growing up of “Bobby” narrated by Logic. It is the story of my adolescence and the things I went through that transformed me into the young man I am today. Of course, there’s a bit about my experiences in the industry, but 80% of this tale is just about who I am, where I come from and the things I’ve endured.

Creatively speaking, for you, what is the main difference between working on an album and a song? Do you approach certain songs with an idea that fits with the album, or make the songs first and see if they fit later?

Very good question! I think you definitely just make songs — you don’t want to confine your creativity. It’s like, I may be really inspired by a Drake melody and want to do something in that lane, but then I’ll hear some 36 Chambers and want to do some raw RZA shit instead. I won’t tell myself to only do one of them. Why not go the Kanye route? Make the hook a ballad melodically, then switch the key, BPM and tone on the verses, and go raw spitting on the verses. However, with an album, I do think generally you have a bit of an idea going in what you want, but you let each song tell the story as a whole.


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The Master Kong Quarterly Launches with Issue 1 Focusing on Hong Kong

Set for its debut, The Master Kong Quarterly (named after the honorific title of Confucius) releases its first body of work with the city of Hong Kong as its backdrop. The imaged-based publication features the themed work from guest artists and is entirely independent and advertisement free — bringing local art straight to the people in a chance to hear the voice of the current age. In the first issue we see clever themes that play into Hong Kong’s diverse landscape, seen in the juxtaposition of old and new, the bird’s-eye view of the densely packed high-rises, the never-ending construction, East meets West, down the to glorification of what some would consider the real superheroes of city.

With the teachings of Confucius in mind, The Master Kong Quarterly launches with this quote in mind “Now the man of perfect virtue, wishing to be established himself, seeks also to establish others; wishing to be enlarged himself, he seeks also to enlarge others.” and hopes to expand its network of artist across all mediums for future issues to come.


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Over All Master Cloth ‘Wright’ Camouflage Shoe


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08 11 2013 aomc camoshoes 1 Over All Master Cloth Wright Camouflage Shoe

A new project from the people behind Carhartt Work in Progress, Over All Master Cloth has some great pieces for Fall/Winter 2013. Building on Carhartt’s traditional workwear silhouettes, incorporating contemporary materials, color schemes and detailing.

A contemporary take on a classic oxford cut work shoe, the Over All Master Cloth Wright Shoe was produced in collaboration with heritage French Footwear manufacturers Heschung, who produce the Wright shoes from their factory in Alsace France. Constructed with full camo print canvas uppers, they feature leather panelling with embossed logo details and are finished with hexagonal brass lacing eyelets. Goodyear welted to a Vibram Cristy Morflex sole, this is a bold take on a classic piece of footwear. Available now at End.

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