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Mark Oblow x Fitted in Contrast Magazine #16

Open the first page of the new Contrast Magazine, Issue 16 and you'll see the Fitted x Mark Oblow ad featuring artwork and a classic Hawaii photograph of Stacey Gibo at, "Off The Walls." 

This Summer, lookout for the capsule project between these two Hawaiian powerhouses and an art show continuing Oblow's, "Stuck To Me" resin and block print works for the remainder of this year.

More information to come with dates, location and release info. 

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Bob Lake in Contrast Magazine Issue 10

Bob Lake's Solitary Arts ad is in Contrast Magazine Issue 10.  

Vert-Bert at St. Helena [o] by Isaac McKay-Randozzi

 


Mark Kushimi at Human Imagination Feb. 3, 2012

Mark Kushimi has an opening at the Human Imagination in Honolulu, Hawaii featuring photographs of Jef Hartsel (that's Hartsel riding his EZ Ryder Koa complete below) amongst other notables.  Mark was part of the Solitary Arts, "A Product Of Design" show in Culver City last September.  If you're in Hawaii, please check out his opening and say, "Hello" to Mark for us in person! You can also see what Mark does on his day-to-day as the Editor-in-Chief over at Contrast Magazine



Contrast Magazine Issue 06

The new Contrast Magazine, Issue 06 was sent down to Geoff McFetridge's studio in Atwater Village while the Solitary Arts was in Los Angeles for A Product Of Design show this past September 17th (show runs until October 8 at SCION Installation LA).  Within this issue's contents, the new Solitary Arts, Curb Thief sequence-ad, along with a John Cardiel interview, an article with Solitary Arts rider and EZ-Ryder owner, Jef Hartsel, and a piece on Rene Matthyssen with a sticker-collection ad for his FITTED brand as the last two pages of this latest issue from editor, Mark Kushimi.  Mark is part of the Solitary Arts family with photograph prints of Jef Hartsel at A Product Of Design exhibition.