Australia’s Butter Goods have dropped this rad short film shot by Josh Roberts, Zach Chamberlin, Thom Musso, Quentin Guthrie, Chris Maggio and Tully Wes, while Josh Roberts and Garth Mariano were on editing duty.
The eight and a half minute clip dubbed ‘Irie’, features high tempo street lines from team riders Ben Gore, Casey Foley, Morgan Campbell, Phil Marshall, as well as Philly Santosuosso and Alex Campbell of Humidity Skate Shop. The footage has been collected from various trips across Australia and the US.
Enjoy the video and the soundtrack below and for more information on the brand head over to www.buttergoods.com
Perth based independent skate label Butter Goods return with their latest set of lo-fi visuals to showcase their Winter 2015 collection.
While many try to over complicate things in their design, its nice to see a brand stick to their guns, keep things simple and continuously improve their own unique aesthetic. Their latest release for Winter 2015 (reverse seasons down under!) is comprised largely of what we’ve come to expect from the brand, with a range of skate ready basics including tees, long sleeves and hoodies, as well as a strong selection of headwear and jacketing options. The collection is heavily graphic based applying simple yet bold designs and reworks of the brands globe logo, with several colour blocked and embroidered pieces in the outerwear section. Thanks to the mild winter down under, the release has got you covered for the British summer also with a selection of caps and bucket hats suitable for the warmer weather.
Check out the lookbook above shot by James Whineray and Garth Mariano on the streets of Downtown Perth. Be sure to head over to www.buttergoods.com for more information on the brand or to shop the collection. The Butter Goods Winter 2015 drops tomorrow (25th of April) in store at selected stockists and online from April 29th.
The guys at Butter Good’s return to offer up more lo-fi, skate ready goodness for Fall/Winter 2015, and thanks to reverse seasons, we get to enjoy it this Spring/Summer 2015.
Despite the alternate seasons, there are many pieces in the collection that would work just as well in the ‘British summer’. The Australian skater owned company is passionate about supplying apparel for skaters, and this collection follows much of the same themes from the brands previous releases. Heavily graphic based, the release features bold back prints mixed with subtle pocket designs applied to a range of tees, long sleeves, sweaters and polo tops, as well as a solid selection of headwear.
The visuals give a great representation of the brand and capture their honest designs in an authentic way. Shot by James Whineray and Garth Mariano in their hometown of Perth, the look book features riders Chris Luu, Issa Hassan and Dylan Esposito.
The Butter Goods collection is available now at www.buttergoods.com and Bristol’s www.5050store.com
For those of you who aren’t quite ready to let Summer go just yet, thanks to reverse seasons down under, Australian brand Butter Goods have got you covered with a range of casual summer staples.
The brand cleverly matches it’s visuals to the raw aesthetic of the logo heavy collection with a lookbook reminiscent of old punk and hardcore album covers. The 90’s skate inspired release features a range of graphic and logo based items including tees, short-sleeved shirts, chinos and headwear. Our favourite piece from the collection is the rugby jersey in the navy, red and white colour block, which may well be my final Summer purchase before we move into Autumn.
The Butter Goods Spring/Summer 2014 collection will be available from tomorrow (20th of September) in stores and from the 24th of September online at www.buttergoods.com
Skater owned Butter Goods have released the visuals for their Autumn/Winter 2014 collection. Continue reading “Butter Goods Autumn/Winter 2014”