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The Showcase never fails to bring people out I Photo: @digimil

Adidas returned their ongoing art show series back home to New York on November 3rd. The Soho Arts Club in Manhattan hosted yet again this time around. Building on their reputation for throwing a great event, this show featured an eclectic group of artists working in mediums spanning photography, painting, bookmaking, and digital work.

Cairo Foster and Nestor Judkins were really getting into Shaggy’s exhibition featuring old skate mags. I Photo: @digimil

The one man demo known as Bonestalone  gave a live performance displaying his talents off the board before the Bboy Rebels from South Bronx partnered up with Sons of the Boogie  to remind everyone how insane breakdancing is. It brought a fresh feel for those who might think all art show type events are the same.

Brandon Bonner aka Bonestalone put on quite the set. I Photo: @digimil

Plenty of local New York heads were on hand for the occasion including our own Alex Corporan. He was displaying some of his photos documenting his years of dedication and enjoyment in the New York skate scene and beyond.

Always good to catch up with the homies. I Photo: @digimil

When it came time to close the doors, everyone filed out and headed to the usual staples of Sensei Gallery Bar or Max Fish to keep the party going. If you weren’t able to make it out make sure to catch the next one and get in on the fun.

You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here. I Photo: @digimil