Reebok Creative Hub PT

Reebok Creative Hub” presents itself as a multidisciplinary co-working space by Reebok Classic and it was born in 2013 in Madrid, Spain, in order to support and encourage the forms of expression of the young talents of the urban culture. It is a project that gives strength to new ideas and whose starting point is the creativity.

In its 3rd edition, the platform has now arrived to Portugal and aims to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the legendary Reebok Classic Ventilator. Therefore, 25 young Portuguese talents from the most various areas were invited in order to contribute to the project, identified in the social media as #ReebokCreativeHubPT. Along with the hashtag, it is starting to emerge some sneak peeks of how the model inspires these 25 talents in their day-to-day and their creative process.

Kruella D’EnferTamara AlvesTania CatclawNair XavierLast Minute DreamsLabDesignSailor WillyMoullinexTiago Silva (Bitsound)Olga Noronha Jewellery are some of the 25 participants in the Reebok Creative Hub PT.

All works will be presented on June 4th at an event that takes place at Galeria Zé dos Bois, in Bairro Alto (Lisboa). To be part of the event and to see the creations in firsthand, just pop up in Sneakers Delight store, also in Bairro Alto, on the same day from 13h00 to 20h00, to pick up your invitation.

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Invitations: Sneakers Delight – R. do Norte, 30. 1200-286 Lisboa, Portugal (June 4th, from 13h00 to 20h00).
Event: Thursday, June 4th, 2015 from 18h00 to 21h00.
Location: Galeria Zé dos Bois – Rua da Barroca, 59. 1200-049 Lisboa, Portugal.



Street ART Gallery ARTIFEX (Antwerp) presents “Above the Clouds”, a solo exhibition by Oli-B dropping up this Saturday, September 7th.



The artist will present a new serie of canvas and collaborations, and will be present during the opening night. See you there !

Oli-B is a painter, illustrator and street artist from Brussels, Belgium.

His work ranges across a huge array of media: acrylic, spray paint as well as screen printing techniques on a wide variety of surfaces, including paper, canvas, wood, walls or even stickers. Oli-B’s flow operates on various fronts.
Visually, it is fluidity that predominates: gentle curves; abstract forms that both hint at, and escape from, the figurative; colours that are emphatic but balance each other; and a composition that binds everything togethert From his graffiti teenage period he kept what he loved – forms and colours – and started to flirt more with contemporary art. The letters developed in the direction of characters, the characters towards forms.

Oli-B loves the hustle and bustle of big cities and their crowds and uses the streets as a playground. He also makes his art living by integrating it in the urban jungle through collage. His posters and canvas are all hand-painted unique pieces.”

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Vernissage: Saturday, September 7th 2013 at 7p.m.
Start time: Sunday, September 8th 2013
End time: Sunday, September 29th 2013
Opening hours: Thu-Friday: 18H-20H | Sat-Sunday: 13H-18H
Location: Street Art Gallery Artifex – Oude Koornmarkt 53, 2000 Antwerp, Belgium


The international biennial EXD – Experimenta Design – is back to Lisbon this year with the subject ‘Save the Date’ to agitate the historic city center with dozens of initiatives to stir up the creativity and avant-gard spirit. The opening is scheduled for the week of 7th to 10th November 2013.
EXD is a flagship project of experimentadesign which is held every two years since 1999. Through different formats (lectures, screenings, exhibitions, urban interventions, debates and workshops) promotes and encourages discussion and reflection about contemporary culture, design, architecture and creativity. Find out more information and ‘Save The Date’ poster, designed by Ian Anderson, bellow.



3 weeks ago finally reopened the Patta Store at the historical Zeedijk in the old centre of Amsterdam. The store is located in the direct area of Chinatown, yet very close to key attractions such as the Red Light District, Dam Square and the central shopping area. It is also only a five minute walk from Amsterdam’s Central Station.
The reopening was highlighted with opening exclusive-products and the release of Patta’s footwear collaboration with Converse. The Patta x Converse Pro Leather Collection consists of a Pro Leather FS OX and FS Mid and is a limited First String release, available at Patta only.
To follow up on the previous images as seen at Patta’s blog, here is a video to provide a closer look for those who haven’t been able to visit yet. Hit play below.


The Urban Art team Low Bros consists of two brothers, Qbrk and Nerd, born in Hamburg, northern Germany. They’re currently live and work in Berlin. When they where children the two brothers loved to draw and invented their own little stories and fantasy worlds while playing in the backyard or being on the countryside. You’ll still find both influences, the urbanic and natural in their today’s works. Later they started to paint graffiti, where also co-founders of the TPL Crew and The Weird, which was founded together with Nychos, Cone, Hr. v. Bias, Dxtr, Rookie, Look and Vidam from Peachbeach and Frau Isa. All times the brothers painted together, but it took a while till they began to create their characters together and developed their own, common, geometric style. Ever since they go by the name Low Bros.
“Wild Cats” is the new show from Low Bros coming up tomorrow night, July 5th, at Montana Shop & Gallery Lisboa by 9 p.m. Be there!

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Start time: Thursday, July 5th 2012 by 21 p.m.
Location: Montana Shop & Gallery Lisbon – Rua da Rosa, 14 G – Bairro Alto, Lisboa.


Tomorrow, June 28th, will be inaugurated the new Carhartt WIP Store Lisboa in Rua Áurea (nº224), Lisboa, at 7 p.m. The opening party continues at Bar 36, in Bairro Alto (Rua Luz Soriano, 36). Be there!

Carhartt WIP Store Lisboa
Rua Áurea, 224 – 1100-065 Lisboa, Portugal

Bar 36
R. Luz Soriano, 36 – 1200-247 Lisboa, Portugal


“Shapes For All!” is the new show from Bray coming tonight, June 6th, to Fábrica Braço de Prata. With sharp lines and a special attention to details, the teaser pics inside are looking really good. More info, teaser and pics after the jump.

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Start time: Wednesday, June 6th 2012 at 8 p.m.
Open hours:  Wed-Thursday, 18H-02H | Fri-Saturday, 18H-04H | Sunday, 15H-00H
End Time: Sunday, July 1st 2012
Location: Fábrica Braço de Prata – Rua da Fábrica de Material de Guerra, nº1, Sala Sala Kandinsky – Lisboa, 1950-128 Lisboa

Continue reading “‘SHAPES FOR ALL!’ BY HÉLIO BRAY”


Montana Shop & Gallery Lisboa presents “Mudam-se os tempos, mudam-se as vontades” an exhibition by Bruno Santinho forming part of  the project “Rotten Leftovers“, tonight from 9 p.m. He’s been away for some time, but this new exhibition promises to bring some great new works.

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Start time: Wednesday, June 6th 2012 by 21 p.m.
Location: Montana Shop & Gallery Lisbon – Rua da Rosa, 14 G – Bairro Alto, Lisboa.


Vino (TSK) presents “Scenes”, an exhibition dropping at Montana Shop & Gallery Lisboa this Thrusday, April 5th.

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Start time: Thursday, April 5th, 2012 at 9 p.m.
Location: Montana Shop & Gallery Lisboa – Rua da Rosa Nº14G, Bairro Alto. 1200-387 LISBOA


Londoners, if you’re into your hardcore music, or have a passion for live music photography in general, make sure you head along to this free event until November 20th at Lo & Behold. ‘Balance: European Hardcore’ is a photography exhibition and book launch celebrating the European Hardcore music scene. The opening night took place on last November 9th.


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Start time: Wednesday, November 9th, 2011.
End time: Sunday, November 20th, 2011.
Location: Lo & Behold London – 2B Swanfield Street, E2 7DS London, United Kingdom.

‘Balance: European Hardcore’, by Tom Barry and photographer Sophia Schorr-Kon, documents the modern European hardcore scene and the people behind it. The book features striking photography of shows and portraits of influential musicians. Alongside these images, the authors provide insights into the informal rules that give order to the international movement—for example, all lyrics are written and performed in English—allowing readers an insider’s perspective on the enduring but underdocumented music scene.