fredag 8 maj 2015

Weekend update week 19 - 2015

Week 19

The summer is finally within reach and the OG Store is filled with great news from Palace, HUF, Street Hippies, Stussy, Diamond Supply Co, The Hundreds and Nike SB. 

The Pit is filled to the brim with new styles from Vans, Vans Syndicate, Vans California, Van Doren and Vans Pro Skate.

Opening hours for the weekend are as follow:

Friday: 11:00 to 18:30
Saturday: 12:00 to 17:00

This past week has been dominated by British grime and mellow Swedish pop music.

Our Nike SB selection is growing fast and especially the Janoski model is dropping i new great colorways and materials every week. 

We also received a much needed restock of Jason Markk products including the popular Repel spray.

New to the store is New York based jewelry brand El Senor that makes great pieces based on skateboarding culture. 

A fully stocked store is ready for your a bit to loaded wallet at Brunnsgatan 9

We still got the G-Shock from the HUF x Casio collb that was released last weekend at the store. As well as a wide selection of other Huf products. 

The Converse Cons are available in a few sizes in White and Palace Skateboards new drop is moving fast. 

The Pit is updated and Vans has delivered a great selection of nicely patterned shoes for the summer. 

Last but not least we would like to introduce our new bench that we just got from Nike SB last week, it's skateable and a perfect place to just chill. 

// Cali OG Staff

onsdag 29 april 2015

Weekend update week 18

 Hi peeps

This week we're openen as usual all days except on Friday the first which is a swedish bank holiday.

Last week we received a bunch of news from a few of swedens finest streetwear brands including New Black who sent us their quilted bucket hats and Street Hippies that dropped their spring/summer collection this past friday.  
New to the OG family are both Random Bastards and SQRTN co, both from up north and in store exclusives.  

Alltimers, Palace, Levis Skate and Thrasher are all available at the store over the weekend. 
 The Pit just got about 20 new models from Vans on monday. 

Lots of new boards from, chocolate, girl and 5boro downstairs. 

onsdag 22 april 2015

Street Hippies SS 2015 Lookbok

Street Hippies are back with a late spring delivery this weekend and will drop online 24/4. Here are a fist look.

torsdag 16 april 2015

Weekend update week 16 2015

 Opening hours 

Friday: 11:00 to 18:30
Saturday: 12:00 to 17:00

 Deal of the week, all classic vans models are only 499kr a pair 

Last weeks drop from adidas Skateboarding are still available at Brunnsgatan 9

The Skate Free from Nike SB is still going strong and just arrived in a nice off-white colorway 

 AllTimers droped off some GREAT skateboards and cruiser.

 Quartersnacks, Bronze 56k and Alltimers clothing are now available instore

 The Pit is fully stocked with news and classic models from your favorite brand, Vans.

 We also got a shitload of new wheels and truck for the skate department so there is finally possible to build a complete skate at the pit. 

Video of the day:

måndag 13 april 2015

adidas Skateboarding Superstar RT - Kareem Cambell

    Part of the adidas skateboarding Respect Your Roots series. This is the classic adidas shell toe Superstar that pays homage to the legendary skater Kareem Cambell.
    You can find them instore and online here:

    fredag 27 mars 2015

    Cali OG Store - Weekend Update

     This weeks update with a brand new Nike SB corner in the store. The Nike Free SB in focus come to the store and feel it for yourself. We are open Saturday 12.00-17.00!

    News from Vans, Nike SB and adidas Skatebording this week.

    Drop 2 from Diamond Supply Co

    Still Palace Skatebording gear to grap

    Buckets and caps in sping colors

    Jason Markk Repel the best friend of a Vans Slip-on in all white

    söndag 15 mars 2015

    TagsAndThrows - Bombing With Uzi

    TagsAndThrows got the chance to follow legendary Swedish graffiti bomber Uzi out on the streets of Stockholm as he's getting his name up. A unique view into the heart of graffiti - tags and throw-ups. 

    We made a short interview with the man behind TagsAndThrows Thomas OKOK Gunnarson about the movie.

    How are you and what are you doing?

    I'm fine thanks. It's a few days till the release of the movie and the launch of so I'm pretty stressed. (the interview with TagsAndThrows was made last week) I'm editing short films for Instagram, I'm scheduling posts, I'm hooking up the last details on the site and I'm promoting the release party. It's kinda strange that I do these parties, since I hate being in the middle of it. I can't really sleep at night and I believe that I wont be able to chill until some time around mid next week. 

    What's goals are you trying to reach/what's the endgame? 

    The core of TagsAndThrows is giving the bombing enthusiasts out there their fix of pictures and film of graffiti bombing. The most beautiful films and photos of the most beautiful tags and throw-ups. I do also want to educated people outside this subculture about why people are out on our streets putting their names up. Also, I love to travel, and by working with this, I get to travel all over the world to meet new people. 

    How do you think the art of tagging translates into video. To put something kind of secretive out there and making it available to the public. Putting an illegal action on a public platform etc.

    For people that are not bombing like Uzi or any of the other artists I've been documenting, it's an unique chance to get to see how all these tags get painted. I'm trying to catch an as authentic feeling as possible from being out doing what these guys are doing. Graffiti is all about fame. All about getting your name out there and through these movies, some of the most dedicated bombers get the chance to reach even further.

    What's the process of maikng a movie?

    I contact whoever I want to film. We're linking up. We start off kinda slow to get into the right mode and then we go all out. After that, it's back to the computer and iMovie and later the usual promoting and marketing. 

    How much effort do you put into arranging the soundtrack for your videos (credd till smuts etc)

    Music is very important to me in these movies. I want the music to be there, but not take over. I want it to lift the movie to a higher level and thanks to Smutskatt I get the chance to use original music. He's a genius and I've been working with him for almost 10 years now. 

    How have people responded to your earlier videos.

    I got 1.6 million views on YouTube. A lot more than I could ever imagine when I started making these movies. The response is of course both heaven and hell. There's a lot of critics out there, but people are waiting for my movies now. As soon as I release one, my followers start screaming for another one. 

    What would you say is the biggest difference between Bombing with Uzi and the previous videos Gunz etc..

    I believe that the interview with Uzi is the best one so far. He's opening up to let people know a lot more about him than the others I featured in earlier movies. Also, he's a hardcore bomber. We filmed four nights and got two hours of raw material of straight bombing. Not many other writers can be that effective. At least not in Stockholm. 

    Where do you see tags and throw going in the future.

    As the new website is released, there will also be an online webshop up. My followers will be able to purchase hoodies and tees with the tags of the bombers I feature on the site and on Instagram, as well as books and fanzines. In the future, I want to release spray cans and markers and other stuff that graffiti bombers use. I do also want to arrange more graffiti battles and of course, travel the world to document more tags and throw-ups. 

    What happened to the brazilian video??

    It will get released... soon.


    So enjoy TagsAndThrows - Bombing With Uzi