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News: Converse Cons Star Player x JD Sports

Converse have only gone and remastered their Cons Star Player shoes for Spring 2014. The ‘Star Player Mid’ and the ‘Star Player Ox’, both part of Converse’s established skate line, have been given a facelift. The ‘Star Ox Player’ will be available in Oyster Grey, Radio Blue, Black and Red, …



Royal Doulton Partners with British Street Artists

Royal Doulton has teamed up with British street artists to produce a range of limited edition mugs and plates, bridging the unconventional gap between street art and kitchen supplies. The iconic designer has enlisted the artistic merits of Pure Evil and Nick Walker to produce the exciting range, which includes …



Art Preview: Phlegm at Canal Mills

Located in Leeds, Canal Mills has welcomed and celebrated all forms of artistic expression since its inception in September 2012. Together with curators Unit44, Canal Mills is pleased to announce its first permanent installation: an exhibition from acclaimed muralist Phlegm. The bizarrely cartoony but hauntingly enchanting mural from …



Hub: Challenge the Obvious

Dutch footwear brand HUB have joined forces with street artists Dre Urhahn and Jeroen Koolhaas, aka Haas & Hahn, for the first in a series of documentaries inspired by the company’s ‘Challenge the Obvious’ motto.

The 30-minute short film, which documents Urhahn and Koolhaas’ endeavours to utilise art as …



Supremebeing brings street art and fashion together

Don’t you sometimes look at street art, wishing you could find a way to wear it? With clothing brand Supremebeing’s White Canvas Project, you’ll be excited to know that this is now possible. The White Canvas Project, a painting event which found its roots this year in Los Angeles, more …



Art Preview: Proud To Be British a patriotic art show with a twist

Britain’s pretty hot right now, well.. culturally at least, with the Royal Wedding last year being a primer for 2012 where Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 60 years on the throne, and London hosts the 697th Olympiad; the Union Jack couldn’t be a more culturally recognizable symbol, and one ready to …


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Interview: Maximilian Wiedemann

PlanetNotion sits down for a chat with artist Maximilian Wiedemann about graffiti, fame and why Miami is the best place on Earth for street art.

Planet Notion: Where did you grow up?

Maximilian Wiedemann: I grew up in Düsseldorf, Germany

PN: What, or who, influenced you to pick up a



Watching Paint Dry #13 -Trip Back from deepest Narnia

“I was on my way back from deepest Narnia the other morning”

Hello you sunny bunch, sorry no speak for a while. I have been drinking strange brews from a polariscope glass in a galaxy far, far away. However I’m back now. Cosmic caravan has been parked up for now. …



Interview: ‘Stik’. The new era street artist

Here on Planet Notion we do love a good question and answer sesh with some of the most interesting and innovative names in the creative fields. Refreshingly stimulating stuff follows, with an interview with the mysteriously endearing street artist, who goes by the name of ‘Stik.’ Stik creates his work …



Word Up! on a new brand ‘BSKA’

Experiencing exponential popularity growth, owning a solid and sound reputation and endlessly ‘giving’ to us fashion conscious cultured citizens of the public, BSKA is an up and coming, independent brand, clothing label and artwork producer.

The founder and creator Sam Bentley himself, started this as a way of life and …