Archive for September, 2009

Flying Coffin AW09 collection..

Monday, September 28th, 2009

Flying Coffin is a well established American brand that we’ll be proudly adding to our store come this fall.  They’ve just released a collection of photographs showcasing their upcoming autumn/winter range and it’s looking excellent.  They’ve always focused on strong graphics but this winter follows up with a good selection of 5 panels, bobbles and other treats too..

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Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Look up ROADBLOCK in the dictionary, this is what you should see:

Daddison Solo Show – few days left!!!

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

If you didn’t make it down to the launch a while back (thanks for the incredible turnout!) and you still haven’t seen the great work of Daddison that is currently on display in Donuts right now then get active!  The exhibtion will be running until this weekend only..  don’t miss out!!

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Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

FOO Magazine (previously Five-On-One) has recently announced it’s latest addition to the vast umbrella of talent it harbors;  the FOO Artist Agency.  The agency will provide for the huge amount of talent coming out of Bristol right now and currently has on its rosta such acts as Rossi B & Luca, Central Spillz, Statix, Gatekeeper and Wedge to name but a few.  Catch the aforementioned plus more at the Agency Launch Party on Saturday 26th September at Lab, Bristol.  Big things – nice work guys!

 Their site is under going a little face lift right now but will be back soon at


Sunday, September 6th, 2009

“Graffiti is perpetually and increasingly a controversial subject dividing opinion and rousing powerful debate, yet almost nothing is known about the true motivations and inspirations of the artists themselves. Crack & Shine offers exclusive insight into this thriving contemporary sub-culture, gaining access to the personal stories of some of the most secretive, enigmatic and creative individuals to lurk in London’s shadows.

Featuring forty of the most exciting and prolific graffiti artists to have lived and painted in London, Crack & Shine is the only London graffiti book ever to be published. Also presenting the work of London-based photographer Will Robson-Scott, Crack & Shine includes a series of over 50 beautifully-composed photographs, created exclusively for the book; giving articulate and vivid insight into the awkward moments of waiting, the apprehension of hiding and the calm and stillness that comes with seeing the world from an altered perspective.”

We’re proud to say we now have a few copies of Crack & Shine available at Donuts.  Click here for more.


Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

Big up Nash, his first collaborative effort with DC is looking sick.  Out now stateside and here in Europe in November.