Migos have fallen so deep into cosplay, they've forgotten their place on the calendar by a few many years. Several minutes in the past, Offset uploaded a powerful drawing of the group submitted by one in every of their dearest followers. As you will see beneath, Takeoff is styled sporting a customized Kangol, the likes of which LL Cool J made well-known within the mid-80s.
Then you have acquired Quavo pointing his finger sporting the purple model of Takeoff's Kangol, albeit with out the customized lettering. Quavo's chain has the girth of a gold rope, with out being one itself, whereas Offset to his left, our proper, poses with the identical hooped earring. Stunningly, the consensus on rappers who've been polled on the topic, say they do not like yellow and silver - however on this 80s photograph rendering, the Migos do not thoughts breaking from conference.
Of course, this 80s-themed fan artwork wasn't simply born out of skinny air. The Migos have proven a predilection in the direction of "costume" nicely earlier than they debuted their boogie-woogie look within the "Walk It Talk It" music video. - even the now-infamous interview by which Joe Budden stormed off unimpressed, the Migos had been seen sporting puffy shirts reminiscent of Jerry Seinfeld within the episode bearing the identical title.
Artist Envisions A Nike x Dragon Ball Z Sneaker Collaboration
The Adidas x Dragon Ball Z collection took the Internet by storm, as many sneakerheads and fans the classic anime series were elated that this limited edition collection was actually happening. However, some people were taken aback by collaboration, including sneaker enthusiast Matthew Walsh, who took to Instagram to reveal a set images he had designed for a Nike x Dragon Ball Z collection.
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Walsh began reworking the confirmed roster characters who inspired the Adidas outing, including Goku, Shenron, Frieza, Majin Buu, Vegeta, Cell and Son Gohan. Walsh then added some new characters into the mix such as Master Roshi, Bulma, Trunks and Cooler, as he reimagined classic Nike silhouettes and colourways to mimic the character's outfits.
For example, the Air Max 1 features the orange and blue colouring Goku's garb, while also emblazoning a Nimbus cloud branding on the heel, while the Air Max 95 is envisioned in the grey and purple combination found on Frieza's person. Nike's latest sneaker, the Epic React, is given a pink upper in honour Bulma, while the Air VapourMax is rendered in a Shenron-esque green upper perfectly accented with red, all while sitting atop a gold outsole.
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Peep the images from this fantasy collaboration below:
Ralph Steadman Didn't Know Who Travis Scott & Quavo Were Before "Huncho Jack" Cover
One the most highly anticipated projects that came out in 2017 was Travis Scott and Quavo's joint album, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. The project was in the works for a while and there was even a point when no one was really convinced it would've been released last year, if ever. However, they ended up dropping it earlier than expected. One thing that stood out in particular on the project was the album artwork which was handled by famed illustrator, Ralph Steadman. In a recent interview, he detailed how the collaboration came to be.
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Ralph Steadman recently spoke to MTV News about his involvement with Quavo and Travis Scott's Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho album and how he ended up doing the cover art for the project. It turns out, Ralph Steadman had no idea who Travis Scott or Quavo were before signing up for the project.
"I had to familiarize myself with this whole new world rap. I liked Travis and Quavo's faces and their dreadlocks. I knew I could make some use those," he said.
He later elaborated and said that even though he had no idea who either rappers were, it didn't play much a factor in his decision to work with them.
"Though I had never heard them I did not consider that important, it was for me unknown territory, and I went along with it out curiosity as much as anything," he said.
Despite the fact that he's unfamiliar with hip hop, he did admit that he enjoyed the project due to their enthusiasm and youthfulness. He even said it reminded him the time he was a choirboy.
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Regardless their totally contrasting worlds, Steadman came through with an exquisite cover art that represents Scott and Quavo's collaborative effort well.