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Tells the Story of the Half Cab
We’re coming up on the 20th anniversary of Steve Caballero‘s second Vans signature shoe, and in a recent conversation with Complex‘ chief sneakerhead Russ Bengston, the man called ‘Cab’ shared how he got inspiration from other skaters after his original pro model dropped in 1989. Skaters were chopping off the hightop Caballero to make something more suitable for the street skating that’d come into vogue around the turn of the decade, and when Steve himself decided to give it a shot, history was made. 1992 brought us the Vans Half Cab in the form we know and love it today, and Supreme will drop a super-limited special edition pack in honor of the two decade anniversary that revisits the origins of this skateboarding institution. Click through to see some classic images of Caballero shredding and stick with Sneaker News for more info on the Supreme x Vans Half Cab 20th Anniversary.
FIFA World Player of the Year 2011
Winning the FIFA World Player is truly a great honour.The best part of receiving great awards, is sharing them with you.I am convinced the greatness of this sport,the most beautiful game of all, is delivered by the team.So my team: my fans, my family,
my friends, my fellow team mates.This one is for all of you.I would also like to return your love and trust.As long as I feel your support,I can't lose.
I'm passing this ball straight to you. Congratulations and thank you from my heart.
Naseem Hamed a.k.a Prince
Hamed was known for his boxing antics and spectacular ring entrances that have included being deposited in the middle of the ring by an elevator, which was set up specially for the event near the roof of the Manchester Evening News Arena, entering the ring in a low-rider Chevrolet Impala, entering on a flying carpet, re-enacting the video of Michael Jackson's Thriller, being carried into the ring on a palanquin, walking into the ring on a fashion runway style walk way and walking into the ring with a Halloween mask for his fight with Wayne McCullough (fought on Halloween night of 1998). He was also known for his front somersault over the top rope into the ring, which he did for all his professional fights.from wiki
ナジーム・ハメド（Naseem Hamed、男性、1974年2月12日 - ）は、イギリスのプロボクサー。身長160cm、リーチ160cm。元WBC・IBF・WBO世界フェザー級王者。フェザー級離れした強力なパンチ力と天才的かつ独創的なボクシングセンスを持ち、KO率は80%以上を誇る。イエメン国籍を持つ（育ちはイギリス）。「PRINCE」、「悪魔王子」の愛称で親しまれた。 from Wiki.
この Naseem 、マンガ「はじめの一歩」に登場する「ブライアン・ホーク」のモデル。
ただ・・・動きとか・・・髪型だとか・・・ものすごく Funny Man!!!
Come again!!Check it !!!
アマチュア: 67戦 62勝 17KO 5敗
プロ: 37戦 36勝 32KO 1敗
長友佑都 Yuto Nagatomo 55
Top 5 defenders of 2011
With the year coming to a close, ESPNSTAR.com takes a look at the defenders who made a difference for their respective teams over the last twelve months.
Some say the best offense is having a good defence, and the five players below are a testament to that statement.
Their infallibility at the back has provided their teams with the confidence to push forward in attack,
safe in the knowledge that should they lose possession, there's someone at the back they can count on to repel opposition attacks.
Nemanja Vidic (Man United, Serbia)
Thiago Silva (AC Milan, Brazil)
Vincent Kompany (Man City, Belgium)
Yuto Nagatomo (Inter Milan, Japan)
Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich, Germany)
At the start of 2011, hardly anyone would have heard of a pint-sized Japanese fullback by the name of Yuto Nagatomo.
Then at Cesena, the 25-year-old was still trying to make a name for himself in Italy, having joined from FC Tokyo in the summer of 2010.
However, he impressed Inter scouts sufficiently in his sixteen Serie A appearances for the Nerazzurri to sign him on loan for the rest of the 2010/11 season, sending Davide Santon in the other direction.
And the dynamic defender slotted in seamlessly into Leonardo's starting eleven,
scoring two goals in 19 appearances and convincing the Inter hierarchy to sign him on a permanent deal.
Since then, he has featured prominently under both Gian Piero Gasperini and Claudio Ranieri.
Nagatomo not only tasted success with Inter, being part of the Coppa Italia-winning squad,
but also on the international front, when he helped Japan to the Asian Cup in January, despite missing a penalty in the semi-final shootout victory over Korea Republic.
Men of the Year 2011
Jay-Z will be among GQ magazine’s Men Of The Year 2011, next to Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake, Michael Fassbender. The next issue of the magazine will name Jay-Z King of 2011. For the occasion they sat down with him to talk about Kanye West, Watch The Throne, art, him becoming a father and a lot more.
Aaron Bondaroff of aNYthing
i-D Magazine sits down with the Downtown Don to catch up on all his latest endeavors as well as looking back on how things got started. Aaron Bondaroff started over ten years ago as nothing but a shop employee at the Supreme store in NYC. From there, he created the successful aNYthing clothing brand and co-founded the OHWOW creative collective. In this brief interview, he focuses on his beginnings in the industry, how it evolved into multiple aspects beyond clothing, as well as reflecting on how he’d do it all over again and forecasting aNYthing ten years into the future. Aaron Bondaroff will no doubt go down as an important figure in streetwear culture, so enjoy this interview with one of the Lower East Side’s finest.
Let’s talk about how things started and the brand you set out to create ten years ago…
In the beginning I wanted to create something that meant I didn’t have to do a job. To tell you the truth it started with me just wanting to make objects and from my experience working at Supreme, what was most obvious was making clothes. Also coming from a strong creative community, I knew I could give them clothes and have them represent the brand. There was never a business model, it was just a case of going with the flow and back then myself and a lot of the people I was surrounded by were just excited to make things happen. We didn’t spend time nurturing things, we were just excited to kick the door down. Then gradually it became less about fashion and more the marketing and branding of it. Now as a clothing brand, for aNYthing to be the fingers on the hand of what I do in life, I’m satisfied.
Where once the clothing was at the centre, now it’s just one of many aspects of what you do?
Yeah, it’s just one of many things that I have under my belt. Take Physical Therapy, who is a DJ that I like, who we’ve used as a model for the aNYthing look book and we’re also releasing a CD with him. He’s here in London to perform at Lucien’s party tonight and at the aNYthing launch tomorrow. With the clothing line I’m able to take some of the younger talents, give them an introduction and then if and when they’re ready, bring them over to the other projects. I kind of use it as a training ground.
How different would it be if you were to start everything over?
I would still create something that would make enough noise to get attention, but New York has definitely changed and I’m kind of glad I got in before that whole blogging, internet thing happened and everything becoming so accessible. There was still a mystique around what I was doing because there wasn’t that much information. Now you can’t hide anything, and I think the fact that I could keep things hidden helped the product. Whatever your craft is, it has to be a bit tighter now as it’s so open.
What do you think you’ll be doing ten years from now, around aNYthing’s twentieth birthday?
I always use that ‘twenty years’ in conversation when talking with an artist, a musician or whoever, I ask “Will this thing hold-up in twenty years?”. I think at that point, I will have more platforms to put things out there. Maybe here in London, it’s great to move around and be inspired by different things and this city has been really good to get the creative ideas flowing. Now Supreme have kicked down the door here, who knows what’s going to happen!
R.I.P. Steve Jobs
1955 – 2011
Steve Jobs Stepping Down as CEO of Apple
Due to health issues, Steve Jobs has announced he will be stepping down from his position of Apple CEO.
“I have always said that if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s C.E.O., I would be the first to let you know,” Mr. Jobs said in a letter released by the company. “Unfortunately, that day has come.”
Mr. Jobs will become chairman of the board, while Tim Cook, current chief operating officer, will succeed Mr. Jobs as chief executive.
An Eternal Soul Trailer
Here’s a preview trailer of an upcoming film which documents the late great Japanese producer known as Nujabes. Breaking barriers and innovating new techniques and sound elements, his influence has reached beyond his home country of Japan.
Talking Graffiti With… Kidult
Everyone heard about him. Everyone knows about KIDULT and what he did for the first time to some of the most famous shop windows around the globe, from JC/DC, Agnès b, YSL, colette Paris to Supreme in New York City. If not, you must be living in another world… By tagging all over and instantly going everywhere on the web, he has made an image of himself. He has become someone famous for his actions. And he also reminds us what real graffiti is about : protest and express yourself in a creative way, even if for some people its vandalism… But who is KIDULT and what is his plan – only little is known for now. Here you will find answers to some of your questions.