Dead Heart NYC | “Neon HRT$ Collection : Zipper T-Shirt” Teaser

Since the release of the original Dead Heart Zipper T-Shirt , it’s exposure grew after being worn by Soulja Boy and New York’s own , Vinny Cha$e . Soon enough , Complex picked up what Maximillian Hellerstein and Cyrus Summerlin were putting down .

After the conclusion of Friday , The 13th , we’re introduced to the newest editions of the Dead Heart Collection . Underwater products are hard to come by . Until now . Since white seems to be the new black , these new t-shirts are ahead of the game .

Along with the original Zipper T-Shirt’s , black t-shirts in both zipper color-ways will also be ready for purchase . This Neon HRT$ Collection has my interest . The vibrant colors on a simple t-shirt will complete most outfits .

Also , we’re presented an all-over kaleidoscope-print t-shirt . An basic t-shirt has been given a brand new look . With colors galore , this addition may surprise your friends and family . View the energetic visual below .


Jay West | “Abstract Messiah”

According to the pictures , Jay West‘s anticipated exhibition entitled End of an Error was a success . With family and friends supporting him from the start , his imagery was slowly coming to life . Soon after Jay and four other artists we’re proclaimed winners , their artwork was then displayed on W.125th St.

His artwork displayed on W.125th St. was a shock . Though he never imagined walking up and down Harlem’s well-known street to find his artwork displayed , his competitive mindset helped him surpass his imagination .

Jay’s Earth-like piece is interesting because it could contain multiple meanings . Unfortunately for us , we may never know . Once you look past the artwork , the time and effort contributed to following his passion appears .

“I feel that my surroundings really influence my work as well . You’re always a product of your environment . It’s like , if you see gloomy skies and crackheads and gang violence . I could easily been sucked into that , but I took that , that backdrop , and made it like an influence . I made that and took it all and put it into an image or characters of my own  . “ Justin West