Thursday, December 31, 2015

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back - Modern Trailer

Photography is Art - Yuri Beletsky

Starlight Treehouse - Goodbye 2015.

Just looking at something so peaceful brings a serene feeling of calm. It's not much left to say as 2015 comes to an end. Expectations for 2016 are still reserved, but I look forward to the next chapter as the page turns. The future lies in the hands of God and I'll be here waiting for direction. So long 2015. - The Real Dwayne Allen

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Tokyo Illuminations


JP Dantas and Alex Carolino Skate Brasilia, Brazil - A to B

Creative Equality: Rooy Splits Royalties with its Footwear Designers

Staff Essentials: A HYPEBEAST Editor's Schnauzer and Daily Must Haves

Stadium Goods Is a Sneaker Shop That's All About the Customer

Vans Syndicate Celebrates its 10 Years With Family and Friends

Chicozy - The ‘Exposure’ Collection

My Favorite Sneaker for 2015 - Under Armour Curry One "MVP"

Under Armour snatched Stephen Curry away from Nike at the end of 2013, and a year and a half later they've become more relevant in basketball sneakers than ever before. The UA Curry One launched in February of 2015 in the limited-edition colorway inspired by Stephen Curry's Most Valuable Player award that stood out from the rest. The Golden State Warriors colorways of the UA Curry One sold well, but when the MVP, draped in black, white, and gold dropped in June — just as Curry and his team locked up their NBA Championship. It sold out within hours, the way we've come to expect Yeezys and Jordans to, proving that it is a game changer. Although Nike still owns 96 percent of the basketball shoe market in the U.S., the Curry One MVP release proves that Under Armour and Curry are on the right track to become competitive when it comes to basketball sneakers...eventually. —Nick Engvall via

#1 Most Influential Person in Sneaker Media, Yu-Ming Wu - Founder, Sneaker News

There's rarely a sneaker event invite Yu-Ming Wu doesn't receive, and for good reason: As the founder of Sneaker News and a partner in both Freshness Mag and the world's biggest sneaker event, Sneaker Con, Wu has logged nearly a decade in the game and is continually building. Sneaker News has amassed over 4 million followers on Instagram, and he also owns the Jordans Daily site, too. With the Sneakers News magazine printing quarterly and the launch of his newly founded Stadium Goods, he's as more influential than ever before—and always just as respected. via

Friday, December 25, 2015

Air Jordan Coloring Book by Divinci

Ever wondered if you had what it takes to be a shoe designer?  Check out this new Jordan Coloring Book, the first sneaker inspired coloring book.  Everything from the 1985 Air Jordan 1’s to the cutting edge Jordan 23’s is included, putting the power in your hands to play around create your own designs.  Cop one for yourself or your little one now at via

Air Jordan 12 French Blue

The Air Jordan 12 French Blue may not be an OG colorway, but many adore it more than classic iterations of the silhouette. Last seen in 2004, the popular finish is finally scheduled to receive its first retro treatment after twelve years, as the model celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2016.
Maintaining its distinctive palette overall, the silhouette is comprised of White tumbled leather, while French Blue overlays are prominent on its forefoot, outsole unit and rear portion. Metallic Silver accents provided by the top eyelets, Black Jumpman branding on the tongue and subtle Grey panels on the sides consist as notable contrasting elements. via

Anze Osterman Photography

Remote controlled AT-AT Walker via Arduino Uno and Xbox 360 Controller

Merry Christmas from The Real Dwayne Allen!