Brock Davis’ creative approach to art is perfectly weird. Check out some more of his work below and even more at http://brockdavis.tumblr.com/
Monthly Archives: October 2012
I say that in my best DMX and Sisqo impersonations. (Did you know DMX released an album last week?)
All that is besides the point. I’m writing this with our fan base, customers and family in mind, genuinely interested in what it is you all would hope to see from the brand in the coming days, months and years. Your support has made Peer*d what it is today and for that we are truly thankful. It’s why we’re still here after three and a half years in the game (That’s 20 in streetwear years). Let’s face it, many brands pop up like wack-a-moles and disappear faster than a turtle head. WE DO NOT TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OR YOU FOR GRANTED.
With that said, we’d like to know the following:
– Your favorite Peer*d item to drop.
– What you hope is re-released.
– Something we have yet to do that would be epically Peer*d if we did.
Peer*d you very much.
Artist/Producer RO.A or Rapheal O. Akinyemi, ventures behind the lens to shoot the visuals for the stand out track ‘Long Way Home’ from his debut mixtape #LowkeyFamous . RO hooked up with @Moe1up for the edit.
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Graphic designer, Leondro Senna, brings the opening track from Bob Dylan’s classic 1965 album “Bringing It All Back Home” to life with hand lettering. Be inspired as you watch Senna illustrate the culturally critical, word vomit-like lyrics to Dylan’s “Subterranean Homesick Blues”. Enjoy.