This past Friday we had the opportunity to speak to the youth at Prestige Academy School for Boys for their career day in Wilmington, Delaware. Thanks to Miss. Adrienne, Erin Hutt and all the staff for having us there. Its our responsibility to pass the knowledge back down so they can be successful.
A couple of weeks ago we went back to DELCASTLE TECHNICAL HIGH where it all started for us in Academy of Communication and Publishing. It was nothing but good vibes with the students who are creating amazing workflow in Digital Media program. We had awesome time reminiscing about V.T.R a TV show that would air ever first Friday of the month put on bye the students talking about events and activities going on at Delcastle. We also had the opportunity to be a judge for the film contest put on by the 10th and 11th graders. The amazing part about judging, all there films was created on an iphone. But over all want to give a special thanks to Mrs. Abell & Mr. Phillips for having us come in and drop knowledge. So when you have the time please feed the knowledge back down. Its our responsibility.
When it comes to portable chargers for your mobile device there chargers that will charge and then there are chargers that will be a dope accessory to your lifestyle. WattzUp Power is changing the game when it comes to stylish chargers. We got the chance to use and talk with the Founder of WattzUp Power Wally. Here is his words,
"Some of the greatest things in life are birthed on the internet. From Damn Daniel to cute kitten memes, two things are clearly evident; people love the internet and we simply cannot live without our mobile devices. Keep it real. Most of our phones are approaching 10% battery by lunch. WattzUp Power switches up your boring block shaped power banks by taking the things we love about the internet and turning them into portable chargers. Everything from the poop emoji to a 3-D molded Unicorn can be found on their growing web store offerings. Each WattzUp Power charger can power your iPhone 6/6s to 100% in a single use. Clearly the coolest chargers on the internet have arrived". Go support greatness. . .
When it comes to a great Tattooer and Artist who specializes in creating dynamic and beautiful custom pieces that are intended to stand the test of time. STEVE STYLE is the man behind the creative pro-cess. So we ask our friend STEVE STYLE to pull out his
essentials that he has on a everyday journey. From left to right
(Samsonite Brief Case| Nikon Camera | Saks shoes | Acura keys | MomemtoMori | Destroyyourtrends | CreedBoutique | Intenze Tattoo Ink | Formula23Ink | Spaulding and Rogers |
The collaboration between David Son for AntiAnti & Andre' Wright Jr. for Color of Life happened
organically through two child-hood friends connecting after starting our careers. Initially looking to resurrect the inner city youth culture in
When it comes to sneaker culture, we at color of life live and breathe it. But this time LACEDSNEAKERCO teamed up DELAWARE87ers to show case dope sneaker culture. The event was held at the University Of Delaware Bob Carpenter Center. The sneakerheads came out with heat that many can only see on the release date or on the blogs. The hot topic every sneakerhead was politicing about was the yeezy and jordans but if you was searching you might of found some exotic kicks made by some folks from Delaware who are heavy into the game. Proud of LACEDSNEAKER team for putting a dope show on for the culture. Till next time enjoy the behind the scene images.
When it comes to great illustrations TERRANCE VANN is sharp with paint brush giving expressive and depict observations of life in his environment. So we ask our friend TERRANCE VANN to pull out his
creative items that he has on a everyday journey. From left to right
(Killing time book | Terrance Vann business card | Paint Brushes | Montana gold spray paint | Print Book | City Limits Illustration Painting.
Also Terrance will be show casing the artwork in the image at Lafate Gallery 2-5-216. Its called "CITY LIMITS" Please support greatness.
Once again we teamed up with the hip hop jewelry brand KINGICE to show case 14K Gold Camera necklace. We had the pleasure of pitching the concept to them and look what was created. It's modeled after vintage Leica camera plated in 14K gold, each pendant aims to replicate the lens, rewind crank, shutter release and focusing ring, giving this piece its look of authenticity. Each pendant features a matching 30", 2mm Franco chain to give this camera its one-of-kind look.
Our favorite Delaware artist Jet Phynx is releasing a new mix tape in 2016 called "TRANSCENDENCE." We had the opportunity of photographing the cover for the mix-tape. It will consist of 16 songs from my best 3 un released hip hop albums. The album tells a story of who Jet Phynx really is.
Parris, the man, the father, the son who has battled between good n evil. All real stories that his father would be proud of. No gimmicks just facts.
go from dark to light but people will get the chance
to see the man behind the shades. The songs will also come with videos as well. Similar to
what Beyoncé did with her self titled album. It was almost like a movie
with a soundtrack. But over all it
could be a great platform for the music, videography, and fashion
We teamed up with UNDER ARMOUR to show case there 35th & O Catalog, A intersection of design and innovation. Under Armour
has crafted a new line of innovations, this time focused on outfitting
athletes when they’re not being athletes. Like Superman trading out his
cape for a a suit and tie. When you’re not in the gym, on the field, or
on the court, 35th & O is what you wear. Made with the most
innovative performance fabrics on Earth and maniacally engineered to fit
your body perfectly, it’s 100% Under Armour. And it makes you better.
The Under Armour 35th & O collection for 2016 is set to empower
athletes when they step off the field or court. With items like the
Under Armour M65 Jacket or the 1280560 Under Armour Jogger Pants, you
can maintain your athletic lifestyle and appearance even when your not
See more at Under Armour
Photography: Andre' L. Wright Jr.
Location: Wilmington, DE