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Curtis Kulig x 99% Perspiration

8 Aug


Thanks to Avant Garde Diaries, Saturdays Surf NYC and Curtis Kulig for the video!

Colin Tunstall is the Creative Director and co-founder of Saturdays Surf NYC, the downtown clothing and surf boutique which also happens to serve great espresso. Saturdays is on the up-and-up, especially after being nominated by GQ Magazine as one of the “Best New Menswear Designers.” For The Avant/Garde Diaries, Colin introduces us to Curtis Kulig. The artist is probably most recognized as the man behind “Love Me,” a graffiti tag found posted around cities worldwide. “He’s taken this one saying, ‘Love Me,’ and he’s made it into a brand through hard work,” Colin says.

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Curtis Kulig x Obey Clothing

14 Feb


Thanks to Obey Clothing, Curtis Kulig and Shepard Fairey for the video!

Obey Clothing writes… “OBEY Clothing teamed up with Curtis Kulig, the man behind the infamous Love Me tag. Curtis is a long time friend of OBEY and we thought a collaboration would be a great way to finally work together. Jon and Steve T. caught up with Curtis in NY to get a look into what he’s been up to and to get some insight into the OBEY x LOVE ME project.”

Curtis “Love Me” Kulig x TED

22 Sep


Thanks to TED and Curtis “Love Me” Kulig for the video!

Curtis Kulig was born in 1981 in North Dakota. At age 13, he began screen-printing in his father’s shop, laying the foundation for his work as an artist. His collaborations include projects with fellow artists Shepard Fairey and Skullphone, and commissions by brands including Ace Hotels, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Burton, Converse, HBO, Nike and The Standard Hotel. In addition, his work has been featured in several gallery group shows including Mallick Williams & Co (2011 NYC), Leo Kesting (2010 NYC), This Gallery (2010 Los Angeles), Shadows Space (2009 Philadelphia) and Subliminal Projects (2008 Los Angeles).

Kulig’s most notable work, “Love Me”, is a mixed-media message that can not only be found in his prints and canvases, but amongst the street corners and rooftops of New York, Los Angeles, Paris and Tokyo.

Curtis Kulig is Love Me

30 Mar


Thanks to Juxtapoz and Curtis “Love Me” Kulig for the video!

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Curtis Kulig x The Standard

14 Mar


Thanks to The Standard Hotel and Curtis “LoveMe” Kulig for the video!

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