This summer, OBEY’s limited Series TEES teamed up with Alan Forbes
got his big break from creating a iconic imagery for the Black Crowes, Forbes has also created record covers for numerous other bands including the Cult and AFI.
Because of the lost art using a brush and hand lettering that he uses in his work, Alan’s work is highly requested. In addition to over 700 silkscreened rock posters, his paintings can be seen in some of the biggest galleries around the world.
Check out the collections–OBEY summer 10.
這個夏天，OBEY限量系列T恤與Alan Forbes 合作.
由為八零年代黑烏鴉合唱團創作知名畫象打開知名度，Forbes 也創做了許多其他樂團的唱片封面如The Cult 和 AFI.
因為他利用過去流失的創作方法以刷子、手繪字體創作, Alan 的作品相當受歡迎。除了常見的700多個絲綢隔版創作的搖滾海報，他的作品更在各大畫廊都隨處可見。
January 7, ~ February 12, 2012
Our Obey pop-up shop is now open at Y.A.V Boutique in Taipei and ends on February 12.
The Inside Store-y
Not only will you find lots of OBEY merchandise, but this unique pop-up shop is showcasing album cover art of Shepard Fairey — “Party At The Moontower”. Shepard is the world-renowned American artist who created Obey Giant and inspired the Obey Clothing brand.
Two boxed sets were created for the REVOLUTIONS show that took place in Santa Monica, California, which ended on April 23, 2011. Only 150 of the boxed sets have been released. Fortunately, we have one set in the Obey pop-up shop, including 36 signed and numbered screen prints, stencil, sticker sheet and a certificate of authenticity! Come visit see the actual art at our pop-up store!
See recap of OBEY HAS A POP-UP OPENING PARTY here.
The party rocked to mark the opening of the Obey pop-up shop in Taipei’s East district at Y.A.V. Boutique!
More recap photos on Facebook
OBEY POP UP STORE TAIPEI
Jan. 7 – Feb. 12, 2012
Rm A3, 1/F, No. 6 Alley 26,
Ln. 205, Sec. 4, Zhong Xiao E. Rd.,
Taipei 104, Taiwan
Stay tuned for more info…
Obey collaborates with Jason Filipow for their Holiday 11 limited series tees. Jason is a very talented artist, and has been worked with the Obey family for many years. Here is a few amazing work he has done for Obey for this season.
Here is a video that demonstrate his awesome work that is filmed in his studio.
December 17 ~ 18, 2011
Celebrities participate heavily in the fashion industries, fully dressed themselves in stylish latest fashion. Their influence to the public is enormous; constantly lead us to find new and creative ideas to clothe ourselves. In addition to leading our fashion, they also giving each brand name a huge opportunity to spread its name and introduce its products. It is a great to know that among all the other available brands in such a competitive market, these big individuals find our designs attractive and trustworthy. Although it is stereotypical that celebrities wear mostly expensive brands such as Prada or Louis Vuitton, if not designer, there are also influential fashion leaders who are supportive to new brands of reasonable price. Our brands, such as OBEY and Mishka, can also be commonly seen, not only in the U.S., but also spreading abroad.
50 Cent wearing OBEY Trim Fit Crewneck Tee
Avril Lavigne with a OBEY Tee
Kaya Scodelario wearing Mishka Keep Watch Sweater
Eminem wearing OBEY Obama YES WE DID Shirt
Lil Wayne wearing Young Money 59 Fifty Fitted Cap
Robert Pattinson (Edward from Twilight) wearing OBEY Original Hat
Travis Barker wearing a REBEL8 Tee
2NE1, they are a Korean pop singer group, known for their unique and original hand remake of their clothing. Currently not only famous in Korea, but also spreading to Japan, earning a concert on a popular weekly live concert show Music Station
Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley from Harry Potter) wearing Mishka Keep Watch Tee
All Tomorrow’s Parties, named after a song by the artist The Velvet Underground, is a musical festival known universally to music lovers. This year, the series I’ll Be Your Mirror took place around the world, starting in Tokyo, travelled to UK, and came to Asbury Park, New Jersey on the end of September and early October.
OBEY is honored to participate in the event in doing murals, art shows, and even DJ’ing. Shepard Fairey, our main graphic designer of OBEY, spent one whole week painting a series of murals in downtown Asbury Park, including a 900 square foot “Mount Rush-core,” a collection of portraits of punk-rockstars.