With the success of our Ninja Vuitton design, we asked Late Night Genius to update it and they did so by designing a new ninja form that has a more grittier look/feel and with this version (A) also including hip-hop cultural references that tap into our brand DNA.
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Check out our “Boom Boxing” design – inspired by the Shaolin martial arts technique of “shadow boxing” as well as drawing inspiration from pop-art aesthetics. To customize and curate on a range of apparel and home goods items click here.
Check out our “Influences 2.0” design which takes stylistic cues from pop art and graffiti and fuses them with SHAOLIN JAZZ’s more specific cultural influences of hip-hop, jazz, and martial arts.
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Check out our “#freedomtuesdays – white” design inspired by CAN I KICK IT?
“#freedomtuesdays” was designed specifically to commemorate our conducting of CAN I KICK IT? as an outdoor film screening series in June through July of 2017 and 2018, every Tuesday, at Freedom Plaza.
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Customize our “Sweet Nancy – White” design, inspired by our Sweet Nancy from Shaolin album, to fit a curated selection of apparel and home-goods. To check out our full range of options click here.
Introducing our “Rough Edges” design which is inspired by our first logo which can be found on our first album that dropped in 2011.
The album cover (and logo) was designed by graphic designer Logan Mills who’s Wu-Note album covers (Wu-Tang album covers that he redesigned inspired by the album covers from the legendary jazz record label Blue Note Records) served as the inspiration for SHAOLIN JAZZ To customize and purchase click here.
Customize our “Sweet Nancy – White” design to fit a curated selection of apparel and home-goods. Check out our full range of product options click here.
Customize our “37D” design to fit a curated selection of apparel and home-goods. Check out our full range of product options here.