proletariat's own line of streetwear, graffiti supplies such as krink, montana, belton, a ton of different graff caps, all kinds of skateboard stuff aimed at a college crowd or older--brands like zoo york, zero, enjoi, powell peralta, dgk--and the prices are the cheapest i have seen. they also have a huge selection of wearable vintage clothing, the kind of shit that all the majors are trying to imitate.
most of the people who shop there are about 17-34 years old. it is very heavy on the college crowd but you will see everyone from hardcore graff artists, to skaters young and old, and a ton of art or music students. most of them are either very indie or t
serivce here is great. most of the time the owner is there and seems to be the resident expert of graffiti and skateboarding. pretty sure he designs all the tees.
concrete, huge warehouse windows, graffiti art, huge gold-painted a/c pipe going through the place. good mix of hip hop or rock on. lighting has a warm yellow glow at night, daylight flooding in during the afternoon.
>> power to the people <<
36 jfk street cambridge ma 02138
+1 617 661 3865
m-sat 12-8, sun 12-6
10 may 2009
10 may 2009
this place is like a lonely lightbulb attracting every hipster/trendsetter from all walks of life. everyone i know has something from this shop. this is a locally run biz and its focus is constantly changing, so you will always be surprised when you visit.