Brand: New Balance; The 998 Editions dubbed ‘NB1 x Bodega “Mass-Transit” 988’
Key Features: This makeover on these popular silhouettes is a Boston-themed color-way dubbed “Mass-Transit” to support the Boston transit system. Each color represent he different train lines that operate throughout the East Coast city. The upper is adorned in a premium suede with orange, red, blue and green panels set against a light grey and white base and sole unit.
Editor’s Notes: These finely modifiied renditions are a perfect seasonal choice and a great supportive release for the people of Boston. The color-scheme allows these to be apart of many different outfits and play as a simple assist to the outfit or can solely be the highlight. This is yet again a great installment from New Balance and renown retailer Bodega.
How To Get A Pair?: The NB1 x Bodega 998 “Mass Transit” will drop in-store on April 27 at Bodega’s Boston location at 11:00 a.m. EST and at Bodega’s LA location at 11:00 a.m. PST. The remaining inventory will see an online release slated for May 2 at 10:00 a.m. EST via Bodega’s web store.
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• Reigning as Artistic Allowance champs, World-Wide Art Festival Pow! Wow! takes to Massachusetts as they designate a tandem of artist to cover the blank canvas that is the Massachusetts streets. More Directly, The City of Worcester, so kindly offered the sides of their buildings, alley-ways, under-paths at their bridges and plenty of other clever locations for the art to be displayed. Becoming a hub for artist and cultural celebrations, Worcester was the ideal location for this style of event.
“Representing eight different countries and seven artists from Massachusetts, the full roster of POW! WOW! Worcester artists included Arlin (Brazil), Askew (New Zealand), Christina Angelina (California), Dan Witz (New York), Greg Mike (Georgia), Imagine (Nepal), Jason Eatherly (Texas), JALLEN (Massachusetts), Marka 27 (Mexico), Morgan Blair (Massachusetts), Rustam QBic (Russia), Sabek (Spain), Sophy Tuttle (Massachusetts), Tavar Zawacki (Germany), Anthony Mancuso (Massachusetts), Kai Griffiths (Massachusetts), Pamela Stolz (Massachusetts) and Scott Boilard (Massachusetts).”
Canvased locations include the Worcester Palladium, Mechanics Hall, DCU Center, The Grid, Hanover Theatre, Federal Plaza Garage and the YWCA. These locations pinpoint major areas all over the downtown portion of Worcester.
For more information about POW! WOW! Worcester, the walls, artists and events, please visit their official website.
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