Grace Miceli, also known as Art Baby Girl, is an artist and illustrator living in New York City. Her work, which often features fun characters and illustrations paired with clever copy, can be found across multiple mediums, from online publications to a 40-foot mural for a music venue in Brooklyn.
To celebrate the launch of our BAPE collaboration, The 10,000 spoke with Giancarlo Purch, founder of Blazendary. The prolific sneakerhead and hypebeast, known for his collection of rare and iconic streetwear, shares his obsession and tips on procuring the rarest pieces.
To celebrate our BAPE collaboration, The 10,000 spoke with Mike Nieuwstraten, better known as Baardei, about his collection of the Japanese streetwear brand, which is coveted by the likes of Sean Wotherspoon and Virgil Abloh.
Once again photographer Devin Allen finds himself holding the lens of America. Today, Allen’s ongoing documentation of the Black Lives Matter movement has landed him on the cover of TIME Magazine, the second of his career (Allen’s photograph of the 2015 Baltimore Uprising made the cover of TIME Magazine in May 2015).
For Mother’s Day we spoke with Dan and Sam Rookwood who live in Portland, Oregon with their three children, twin girls Indigo and Rosie (who are celebrating their fourth birthday on Mother’s Day this year), and baby boy, Alfie (age eight months).
Photographer Tawny Chatmon, born in Japan, raised in Germany and based in Maryland, creates portraits infused with the gold and symbolism of Gustav Klimt and inspired by her children and her desire to contribute something important to the world.
Speaking to us from Oregon while on tour, Clarence Greenwood (better known as Citizen Cope) has a lot on his mind.