Bobby Hundreds :: 11.30.07 —
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.30.07 — Something tells me it didn’t use to look like this here in the historic Jewish district of Los Angeles.
This guy gets up more than anyone else.
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.29.07 — For the past year you’ve probably had an earful of Fairfax, but as the year draws to an end, Melrose is striking back. Long held down by Brooklyn Projects, Barracuda, Sportie LA, and other boutiques, the west end of Melrose Ave... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.28.07 — There’s not much to blog about tonight. No random visits from derelict friends, no mania on Rosewood. No pets. I do feel somewhat content with the way the universe is going today, so no whiny essays that no one reads except .. ... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.27.07 — In case you haven’t been near a newsstand lately, our man Wale’s got the cover of the new URB magazine, which explains how the biggest buzz artist on the streets isn’t even signed. It really is incredible how much anticipation ... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.27.07 — Hopefully you’ve been following our skate team over the past 4 years,.. and we’re continuing to pick up speed with our latest additions, Rashad Turner and Billy Roper.
First, the veteran, Flowin’ Owen (photography by Kimathi Sm... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.25.07 — After months of anticipation, the new (and might I say, improved) 5&A Dime shop opened yesterday in downtown San Diego. Just a few doors down from their original location (which has been converted to a SALE shop for the tim... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.25.07 — We made our way down to San Diego today for 5&A Dime’s grand opening of their new location in the Gaslamp District. But on the way, we had to drop by UNIV in Encinitas. Although we’ve been working with UNIV for some time no... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.23.07 — So where do I begin with this one?Let’s just say that Black Friday, for us, actually started on Thanksgiving Thursday, while everyone was out celebrating at Cha Cha. Maybe it was the fact that everyone had to be at The Store in... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.22.07 — To whom much is given, much is required, right?
I mean, I love making retarded jokes and posting pictures of Wallace’s nuts on the blog everyday, but I think there’s a bit of room in here to do something positive and constructi... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.22.07 — Black Friday’s one of the busiest shopping days of the year, and we got a special event going on. Not only are we unleashing the remaining 60 “Side Adam Bomb” New Era fitteds that we’ve set aside over the past year, but everyth... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.22.07 —
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.21.07 — Slick’s newest mural in Little Tokyo, downtown Los Angeles.
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.20.07 — Billy Roper.
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.20.07 — Photo of a photo.
Estevan Oriol‘s signature photography towers above the 3rd & Crescent Heights intersection, courtesy of Famous’ Fast Life store.
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.19.07 — Overall, I use our website to discuss particular brands and designers that we see potential in, are inspired by, or just generally support. But this might be the first time I dedicate a blog entry to an entire country. South Ko... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.17.07 — As I mentioned earlier this week, tonight was Kasina’s 10-year anniversary party at the Daily Projects here in Seoul. Kasina was started a decade ago by a certain Mr. Lee, who was Korea’s first pro skateboarder. He started sell... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.17.07 — Believe it or not, I was vegetarian for 4 years of my life, and even kept it vegan for a portion of that. It really wasn’t that big of a deal, but what eventually got me flipped was Korean BBQ beef. If you’ve never tried Korean... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.16.07 — We made our way up to HUMANTREE today, which is a local boutique stocking U.S. brands you should be familiar with such as Sinful Things and Methamphibian.
The store’s owners also run their own inhouse label called BURIED AL... read more
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.16.07 — I actually used to come to Korea a lot as a kid, and up through the ’80s, pop culture was a non-issue amongst the kids here. I mean, the coolest thing was a rudimentary Nintendo system called Zemmix and banana-flavored milk. Th... read more