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What’s up Chris – how are you feeling today?  Hey what up ya’ll! Feelin good, feelin great…. feelin great, feelin good how are you? You’ve got to tell the world how an OG SoCal Metalhead ended up studying fashion at Cordwainers, London College of Fashion? In 2005 at the age

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Motown, Motor City, Hockeytown, the list goes on for all the names that conjure up memories of one of America’s most legendary cities: Detroit. The symbol of twentieth century economic boom, Detroit is a city that captures blue-collar grit and toughness in all its pride and glory. The home of

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If you are an avid reader of CVLT Nation, then you know that we are ULTRA fans of PHLEGM’s creative spirit! To say what he does is street art would not be giving him the credit he deserves, because he creates some of the sickest art that I have ever seen. Today

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I’ve always been a huge fan of graffiti, whether its a sick mural or just a rad looking tag. My love of this culture runs deep, and I have nothing but respect for many graffiti artists. I dig the way that it brings together different forms of expression, and extends through so

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It’s our first sale as the CVLT Nation Bizarre, and it’s a good one! From Friday, Nov. 27th to Monday, Nov 30th, more than 30 of our U.S. vendors will be offering FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on all of their items! This means free shipping on items like patches and pins,

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Traveling the world and seeing how street artists express themselves has always interested me. In some countries, it’s more about political art, and in some it’s more about how visually bugged out they can be. Certain walls I’ve seen always pop up in my imagination because the art on them

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