Poison For Rats: Six Kilos That Changed Everything
Through a braided narrative set largely in the swinging 70s, Dr. Arthur Rapkin recounts his early life, full of gonzo-style hustles, kung-fu showdowns, celebrity impersonations, and rock-n-roll dreams, unveiling the exploits of a self-made outlaw whose bad behavior ended up changing U.S. drug trafficking policy and himself along the way.
Bert Krak "Uptown Tony" Collectible Figure
Celebrated New York tattoo artist Bert Krak, the proprietor of Brooklyn’s Smith Street Tattoo, is famous for his contemporary take on classic flash art designs—on skin, textiles, and canvasses— and has become one of the most renowned, and well-respected, practitioners of the American traditional tattoo style in the United States.
NATION OF GRAFFITI ARTISTS (NOGA): 2nd Expanded Edition Book
NOGA, the Nation of Graffiti Artists, was an artist’s workshop located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and later on, in the Bronx. It was the utopian vision of Jack Pelsinger, who begged the city for a studio where kids of all talent levels could further their interests in the arts. The 1970s were a time in New York’s history where a request like this could be accommodated, the city leased the group a run-down storefront for $1 dollar a month in 1974. Like moths drawn to a light, the kids showed up, hundreds of them.
Garbage Pail Kids Trading Cards "Series 1" Box
The first series of collaborative trading cards from BEYOND THE STREETS x TOPPS, featuring artwork from a group of elite street and graffiti artists. Cards are sold blindly by the box, each box contains 20 packs of 8 for a wild mix of artists like Felipe Pantone, Mister CARTOON, POSE., and more.
BEYOND THE STREETS x POSE Basketball
A special release alongside Chicago graffiti icon POSE, made in celebration of his exhibition IN/SIGHT, in an edition of 100.
Compliments of: Chicago Gang Culture Book
A deep dive into the history of gangs in the city of Chicago, spanning the 1960s to the 1990s, and highlighting over 40 years of history with critical essays and a comprehensive documentation that deep dives into the artistic merits and fashion influences that were emitted from a cultural phenomenon that is now celebrated and emulated, but its origins and dark history are often overlooked.
Shepard Fairey "Make Art Not War" Skate Deck
Made in collaboration with icon Shepard Fairey in an edition of 100 featuring the American artist's famous Mark Art Not War slogan and graphics.
Estevan Oriol "A&G Car Show Girls" Print
Estevan Oriol contrasts the glamour and edge of early aughts Los Angeles, and its Latin lowrider and tattoo subcultures. Oriol started his career as a club bouncer-turned-manager for LA rap groups Cypress Hill and House of Pain. He began documenting the emerging hip-hop scene in photography while on tour. This limited edition print from the prolific photographer features one of his most well known images, A&G Car Show Girls.
SABER "Hand-Embellished MTN Spray Paint Can
SABER’s paintings borrow from elements, techniques, and materials he once used as a 21-year-old; rising to international fame in 1996 after painting the world’s largest graffiti piece on the bank of the Los Angeles River.
FREIGHT TRAIN GRAFFITI: Expanded 2nd Edition Book
FREIGHT TRAIN GRAFFITI, a 2023 version of the acclaimed 2006 book by Roger Gastman, Darin Rowland and Ian Sattler. Featuring 500+ additional images, larger trim size and updated hardcover, it serves as a bigger and bolder 2nd edition to the original book – heralded as the definitive history of freight train graffiti.