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If you’re in London town make sure to pop by G-Shock East and check out their latest art exhibition featuring work by DONE London. Starting life as a t-shirt label, DONE has branched out into vinyl sleeves, prints and stickers, and are currently in cahoots with Peckham’s Cons [...]

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B-Boying in the US may have peaked in popularity in the 1970s, but it seems to be perennially popular in parts of Asia and the dancers continue to take the craft to new levels of creativity and athleticism. G-Shock is a huge supporter of B-Boying, running regular comps [...]

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G-Shock is running a scavenger hunt in America to promote the much-hyped camo range! Peep the release from G-Shock US below for all the details… Casio America, Inc.celebrates the official launch of their new camouflage timepiece series with the #Neverblendin campaign, an online scavenger hunt.  The campaign will [...]

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We saw earlier today what the art happity haps are at the G-Shock flagship store over in New York City, and now we find that G-Shock East on London’s Brick Lane is also getting a bit experimental with their interior. The store will exhibit art installations that will [...]

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The much-Acclaim(ed) thinking man’s festival Carbon returns this year to Melbourne and the first round of speakers have been revealed. The rap sprayers from last year were hella popular so one time graf-fugitive turned tax paying gallery artist with a penchant for neon lights, Patrick Martinez will deliver [...]

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The gut-bustin’, eye-grabbin’, brain-fryin’ New Era x G-Shock GA-110NE-9AJR was launched at a party inside Melbourne’s Culture Kings store last night. There was Tasmanian vodka on deck (WTF?), plenty of yeasty brewskis, Yo! Mafia scratching the ones and twos, and a couple of displays of the colab including [...]

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