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Events

  • Andrew Reynolds "Polaroids"

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    Recently, iconic professional skateboarder Andrew Reynolds gave the public a glimpse into his life through a series of his personal Polaroids and 35mm prints. I have skated for over fifteen years and grew up watching “The Boss” Andrew Reynolds kill it year after year. I made sure to be there for opening night of the exhibition at the well-respected Known Gallery on LA’s street-wear mecca: Fairfax Avenue.

    The event was curated by Vice’s Patrick O’Dell who gives his viewers a look into the lives of pro skaters through a video series called Epicly Later’d.  O’Dell found tons of unique photographs stashed away in Boss man’s house and even though Reynolds had no intention of sharing them, O’Dell had to. Reynolds has been shooting photos since he was a young skater and has kept these memories of skating in his driveway, his first Birdhouse tours with Tony Hawk and the shenanigans that went on with the Baker boys. It was amazing to see these photos and imagine the stories that went along with most of them. The exhibit was only open for a few days, so if you missed out, take a look and enjoy!

    IMG_7259As soon as you walk in, the place was packed! Dustin Dollin and tons of pro skaters were there to support.

    IMG_7219Stoked to see this jumbo Polaroid of the infamous Antwuan Dixon right when you walk in. Legend!

    IMG_7261Followed up by two amazing skaters: Slash and Ali Boulala. Classic Ali right there!

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    Before The Boss: some amazing childhood photos of Andrew mastering his craft on a skateboard.

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    Down the line. Endless Polaroids. Brayden and photos of all the homies.

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    Andrew's daughters, Kevin "Spanky" Long and more of Dustin Dollin.

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    Erik Ellington and Jerry Hsu Two completely different skaters, right next to each other. Awesome to see!

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    Nasty Neckface. Incredible artist, always a part of the skate scene. That wraps up the left side of the exhibit.

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    So awesome to see all of the portrait Polaroids all framed together. This was a center piece at the back of the exhibit as you made your way around the room. A lot of these were blown up and used for the show.

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    The future of skateboarding. Always good to see youngsters hopping on a board! He's got tricks too!

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    The crowd from the back. Tons of support for The Boss from the skateboard community.

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    THE BOSS. Passed out with some munchies. I wonder what he thinks looking back at this one. Is this good?

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    Shane Heyl. Hard as fuck. Enough said. #shakejunt

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    Beagle likes cookies.

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    Hmmm...what are you up to Andrew?? Bet there's a story behind this one...

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    IMG_7258Here's a good one. Jim Greco after losing a little something. Pain, then surprise and relief.

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    Such a great event and I hope more skaters put on similar shows. This was a photographic version of Epicly Later'd, each photo told a story about some point in the life of Andrew Reynolds. So glad that Patrick O'Dell decided to put this together and gave us a rare look at some of the crazy times in Andrew's life. It's always so inspiring to see the skateboard community come together and support each other. Andrew is 36 and reached legend status years ago, don't ever stop doing what you love! Skateboarding is my passion, it's the best thing ever. This show definitely confirmed how much I love skating and got me stoked to get out there and skate.

  • HEX x Option-G Release And Book Signing At MOCA

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    Recently we had the pleasure of spending some time with artist, Cole Gerst, of Option-G Communications at The Museum Of Contemporary Art (MOCA) for a book signing and release of our collaborative collection in Los Angeles. The museum was also opening their Mike Kelley exhibit, so we were in good company.

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    Cole hails from Portland these days, but took some time out of his busy schedule to jump down to LA for the event.  The place looked great and was well stocked with HEX x Option-G gear as well as Cole's latest book, Buckminster Fuller: Poet Of Geometry.

    We assume that, since you are here reading this, you know something about HEX.  As for Cole, he is best known as an artist and illustrator widely credited for the resurgence of the "gig" poster for clients like House Of Blues, Modest Mouse, Beck, The Shins, Bright Eyes, and Interpol.

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    With our love of the arts and Cole's incredible aesthetic, a collaboration was a no-brainer. The concept began with a traditional toile pulled into HEX’s world of music, art, design, and architecture. The result was “take your pleasure seriously”.  A daydream of leaving life in the city and escaping to the cabin in the woods….relaxing, listening to music and contemplating mystical creatures, geometry and architecture.

    Cole saw some old friends and new fans, signed books and sold bags until all were satisfied.  We hope you were able to make it out to this special event.  However, in case you weren't, you can get the vibe from these images and video clip.  See you next time and thanks to MOCA for being great hosts.

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  • HEX At Modernism Week

    HEX At Modernism Week from Hex on Vimeo.

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    If you ask me, nothing quite compares with a road trip.  Well, maybe not just any road trip, but a good one is tough to beat for sure.  We took The HEX Bus out over some remnants of Route 66 to the annual minimalist mecca known as Modernism Week Palm Springs.

    For all of you who are wondering, our 1963 made the 2 1/2 hour drive with flying colors.  We made friends the whole way, as evidenced by all the many thumbs up , smiles, and nods of respect.  We were boss in The Bus.

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    We checked out some serious standouts in the world of California Modern design ranging from the famous Palm Springs Visitor Center with its impossibly cantilevered roof, to the experimental tract of Alexander Steel homes, to some great examples of restoration in Racquet Club Estates, to examples of Neutra and Donald Wexler.

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    Palm Springs Visitor Center

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    Alexander Steel Home

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    Kaufmann House - Richard Neutra

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    Landscape Design By Donald Wexler

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    Historic Racquet Club Estates

    This was the town of the Rat Pack - Sinatra, Sammy Davis Junior, Dean Martin, and a few less-savory folks as well.  Legend has it that The Chairman Of The Board would raise his flags high at his Twin Palms estate so all his friends knew if he was home and ready to party.

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    Sinatra's Twin Palms Today

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    Twin Palms Back In The Day (Via SInatrahouse)

    We posted The HEX Bus up on Palm Canyon Drive Thursday night outside of BAR and sold some special HEX gear and chewed the fat with some people who seemed as though their whole mission in life was to talk to only us.
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    The next day, our rolling pop-up-shop moved to the Pre-Fab marketplace put on by Modernism Week.  This was great to see all the advances in design and modular building.  There happened to be a vintage car auction going on right across the street that brought many people over to try to entice us to sell our beloved bus, but the answer was always "No."IMG_9713


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    Mobile Pop-Up Shop At The Pre-Fab Marketplace

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    In the end, we enjoyed a relaxing night at the Ace Hotel - I would highly recommend the orange-riccotta pancakes - saw some great design and architecture and got to visit some of our favorite stores like Just Fabulous, Modernway, and Just Modern.  But beyond all this, we got to connect at a very personal level with people who enjoy great design, just like we do and spread the word about HEX all over town.

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    ACE Hotel Lobby

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    See You Next Year!

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  • HEX x Greenlabel Skate Night in NYC

    Skateboarding during Winter in NYC is not easy or pleasant - especially after a snowstorm.  But thanks to KCDC Skate Shop, HEX, and Green Label Exclusives, we made it possible last night. It was a sub-zero evening outside, but the unassuming "secret" space at 99 Attorney St. in the Lower East Side of Manhattan was plenty warm and packed with party goers, pro skaters, industry folk and celebs all watching the shred session on the 5-foot-high, 14-foot-wide mini ramp built exclusively for the night. Bumping tracks provided by Sean C and LV got the crowd dancing and bobbing their heads.

    The man of the night was Theotis Beasley, and he was there signing his HEX collab gear (backpack and phone case) and chopping it up with the crowd.It was a fun night indeed, thanks to everyone who made it out!The ramp will remain in the space for 4 weeks of events and skateboard lessons plus endless skate sessions by the hungry NY skate community. HEX and Green Label are sponsoring the space during this time. If you're in NYC and would like a lesson, contact KCDC Skate Shop in Williamsburg Brooklyn for more info.

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    The Man of the Night, himself

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    Theotis Beasley & Alan Shikverg

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    Packed House at KCDC Skate Shop

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    The Skate Night sesh was rad, as expected

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    Mr. Erik Ellington in attendance as well

    HEX x Theotis Beasley Backpack and Focus Case
    HEX x Theotis Beasley Backpack and Focus Case for iPhone 5/5s

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  • HEX x I Crave Love! - A solo show by This Means Mar at LAB ART

    Corrupted memory cards suck! As much as we love to shoot film here at HEX, there are times when it is just not plausible to do so...hence two Thursday nights ago for the opening of our good friend and artist extraordinaire This Means Mar's solo show at LAB ART, entitled I Crave Love! There were just so many cool and beautiful works of art on hand (not to mention people) that if we were shooting film our developing fees would've been a fortune. Although, looking back on it now, we really wish we would have-as our super technologically advanced 64GB Compactflash memory card decided to take a dive off the deep end thus taking all of our beautiful imagery and memories from Mar's great show with it. Anyhow, that's enough griping from us and lesson learned. Below are some photos we salvaged from our iPhone and Minx Society, so, please take a moment and enjoy this epic night as much as we did! It seriously was amazing and we couldn't have been more stoked to support Mars and be a sponsor for this amazing event...thank you!


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    LAB ART was absolutely packed to the gills, and rightfully so, Mars work is insane!

    Hors d'oeuvres and Dj's...


    Renowned artist Gregory Siff and Mike Miller (above) in the house. They were quite stoked on our new Gallery product line, as was Omarion (below)...


    Fashion slave...


    Bringing whole new meaning to the term "Work-a-holic".


    The man of the hour himself, Mar, with good friend and art collector James Fay.


    Art Collector Drew Meyers with actress/model friend Alyssa Smith.


    Who craves love, we all crave love... I Crave Love!

    *Special thanks to Mar and LAB ART for allowing us to be a part of this illustrious event...now where's our Homer print?... ;)

  • Leisure Market

    This past Saturday we were fortunate enough to be invited to the Leisure Market, a pop up shop celebration of sorts curated by Los Angeles record label Innovative Leisure and sponsored by Pepsi Culture Labs. Honestly, it was one of the most awesome shopping experiences we have had in a long while and felt more like a party than marketplace-which is how it always ought to be. There were tons of rad brands on hand along with a slew of dope DJ's and bands, which made for one exciting afternoon. We don't know when the next one will be but we sure hope it's soon! Thanks again Pepsi and IL for one heck of a fun afternoon!!!


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