This Friday sees the launch of EVERYBODY STREET premiere in the UK at the ICA.

Everybody Street illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. The documentary pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City, and captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and at times immediate danger customary to these artists.

Featured Photographers:
Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz, Rebecca Lepkoff, Mary Ellen Mark, Jeff Mermelstein, Clayton Patterson, Ricky Powell, Jamel Shabazz, Martha Cooper, and Boogie, with historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante.

Date: Friday 7th February
Time: 6.40pm
ICA |  Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH
Film screening starts 6.40pm
Q&A session with Director Cheryl Dunn after the screening
Drinks Reception in the ICA Bar until 10pm
Champ Social After Party to follow

We are holding a Press Brunch a day before the film, where an interview time is able to be made with either Chery or Boogie, or both. Please contact us if you are interested in making an appointment.

Press One-To-One |
Thursday 6th February
Location: The Ace Hotel
100 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JQ
Time: 10am – 5pm
The team at AllDayEveryDay sent over a selection of images by the photographers featured in the film.
Enjoy, and we look forward to seeing you on Friday.
Basquiat by Ricky Powell
basquiat by ricky powell_
Martha Cooper
Boogie by Cheryl Dunn
40090020boogie by cheryl dunn
Dre TooGuns by Boogie
dre_twoguns By Boogie
Squeaky Clean Rick Rubin by Ricky Powell
ricky powell_squeky_clean ( rick ruben by ricky powell --5




A limited edition longsleeve, printed in London and designed by NYC artist Kiki Kudo, is launched to celebrate the ongoing life of the OPEN_NETWORK group exhibition, curated by PRIMITIVE LONDON, Champ Magazine and DontWatchThatTV.

The garment is created utilizing available technology, for communication and re-use.

An SD Card featuring all artist films and EndgamE’s ‘Crying In The Club’ mix launches with the garment, which can also be re-used with the 1GB of memory. The QR code printed on the neck label of the longsleeve links it all online where content and news are ever-changing.

The Open_Network garment can be found at 
Primitive London, Ka-pok in Hong Kong and Pigalle in Paris 

Limited to 100 items worldwide.







Printed in London on Premium 100% Cotton pre-shrunk Jersey knit

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SD Card contains all artist films AND an exclusive mix by ENDGAME titled “Crying In The Club”. SD Card can also be re-used


QR CODE printed as neck label which directs the viewer to the event’s live stream and artists links




Designed by Kiki Kudo, the Japanese artist, writer and DJ based in New York, the aesthetic is a new take on the logo craze and emphasizes there is a strength in modest identification.

The Open_Network Exhibition saw Primitive London’s boutique and gallery on Shacklewell Lane in East London transformed into a visual, auditory, and visceral event, celebrating artists pushing the foundations in new media and new experiences.


Daniel Swan
Luke Clayton Thompson
Felipe Narvaez
Simon Whybray
Aaron Chan
Emilio Gomariz 
and  Natalia Stuyk




Live streaming of the event by Ustream via












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Ala CHAMP Magazine is an ever-relevant graphic and image-based journal & magazine created to inform and inspire in an ever-relevant form, establishing a like-minded creative culture ahead of its time.

It is published twice per year from London and Tokyo, with Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Sydney & Singapore correspondents. CHAMP showcases influential people of our time, the image-takers and creators, movers and shakers, exploring new languages with each bilingual issue alternating in Japanese and French, discovering new emerging artists and designers worldwide.

Passionate about originality, being unique and independent, each issue of CHAMP features emerging talent and those established in the international art, design, photography, and style communities.


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London – Monique Kawecki
Tokyo – Joanna Kawecki

Poetry & Prose Editor
Greta Bellamacina

Fashion Correspondents
London - Sara Arnold, Youngjin Kim

NYCClement Pascal, Jason Lewis
LondonOllie AdegboyeRoberta Schmidt, Nicolo Terraneo
TokyoSatomi Yamauchi, Shin Hamada, Hiro Shiozaki, Shu Kojima, Vien Tran
ParisKarl  Hab, Leo Berne, Antoine Harinthe, Cedric Viollet
MelbourneBen Clement, Lloyd Stubber
SingaporeMarc Tan
BerlinShaun Tompkins

London – Kirsty Brady, Ovelia Transtoto, Cobbie Yates, Jeff Awah
New York – Julie Tran, Tyler Askew
Paris – Christophe Victoor, Sofia Nebiolo, Helene Lauth
Hong Kong – Erin O’Brien, Christel Escosa
Melbourne – Hilary Sadek

Thomas Tkatchenko (THANK-ETC-OK)


CHAMP STUDIO [INTERNATIONAL] is a creative agency of art direction, consulting and editorial concepts, connecting international communities and highlighting current creative trends and cultures. Working with others such as Nike, VISA, adidas Originals and Roundel by London Underground to create unique content from respectfully established and emerging artists. The studio is based over both hemispheres with all fingers on the pulse, working with the highest calibre of designers and journalists to provide forward-thinking and ground-breaking material.