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Ante Perry & Michael Zietara - Dortmund-Warschau Express - Video

Hey Folks,
check out WeActivist Ante Perry's latest joint with his pal Michael Zietara.
For their latest colaboration they did a little trip from Dortmund to Warsaw.
Enjoy:
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Welcome Tom Remillard!

We are proud to Welcome new WeActivist Tom Remillard to the WeSC USA Family.

Tom is an all terrain ripper out of San Diego, California who we've watched grow from a grom at Washington Street park to a full blown force of nature. When he's not at home ripping SD, Tom is constantly traveling the globe with his homies. You'll probably see him in your city this summer, so give him a high five, or a beer, or both! Look for a longer "Welcome" part from Tom and WeSC coming soon,… read more →
Mitchy Bwoy

Return of the Rudeboy

Congratulations to curators Dean Chalkley and Harris Elliott on a superb show!

Originating from the streets of Kingston, Jamaica in the late 1950s, Rudeboy or Rudie came to represent the young rebels who wore distinctively sharp sartorial styles such as Mohair suits, thin ties and pork pie hats. This is an essential exhibition looking at the essence of what it is to be a Rudeboy for a 21st century generation.

at Somerset House, London - until 25th Aug (free admission!)… read more →
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Clint Peterson & special guest Brian Lotti Gallery Opening

2014/07/09 - 2014/07/09
Augustenstrasse 62, Berlin, Germany ()

Awesome skaters & talented artists Clint Peterson & Brian Lotti bring their art to Berlin tomorrow Wednesday July 9th! We'll also get a sneak peak of the WeSCxStereo Collab!

Gallery is open 12-17, from 18-21.30 only with special invite. If you happen to be at BBB Berlin, swing by our booth #H7.18 at L.O.C.K. to pick up yours!!
Mitchy Bwoy

Urban Archaeology: 21 Years of Mo'Wax

James Lavelle's Mo Wax exhibition is a real treat for music / design & art lovers. From the early days of Swifty's signature 'phat graphix' through to Futura 2000's inimitable art - not to mention the music from the likes of Attica Blues / DJ Shadow / DJ Krush - Mo Wax was surely more than just a record label - its our social history!

Here's a few pix / sneak peak from last night's opening party >>>

More info here>>>