Monthly Archives: November 2019

Supreme heads to Christie’s for skateboard and gear auction – Robb Report

Supreme may have started as a small skate shop in Manhattan, but the streetwear brand has grown into a global pop culture giant, with products now being literally treated as fine art. Earlier this summer, Sotheby’s held a sale of 1,300 items of the brand. Now, Christie’s New York raises …

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Christie’s will offer 105 “Supreme” bundles, including almost all of the brand’s skateboard designs

A limited edition Courrier 90 Trunk in red and shite monogram with silver hardware by Supreme has a high estimate of $ 60,000. Courtesy of Christie’s Text size Christie’s will be showcasing over 105 sets of Supreme collectibles, including 230 individual skateboards that represent nearly all of the designs produced …

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Aleph Objects acquired by Fargo Additive Manufacturing Equipment 3D

Aleph Itemsthe manufacturer of LulzBot open-source 3D printers, announced that all of its assets have been acquired by Fargo Additive Manufacturing Equipment 3D Model (FAME 3D). Based in North Dakota, FAME 3D is a limited liability company created by a venture capitalist to buy the assets of Aleph Objects. In …

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Polestar takes the EV design language to a new dimension

The Polestar electric performance brand is led by a CEO who rose through the industry ranks as an automotive designer. It’s an unusual path to the CEO presidency. Thomas Ingenlath held senior positions at Audi, Volkswagen and Skoda before becoming Head of Design at Volvo in 2012 – then Managing …

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