Josh Cheuse x Stussy exhibit @ Goodfoot   







written by Aaron "A*maze" Joseph, June 2007   
The Stussy clothing company and renowned rock/rap musician photographer Josh Cheuse teamed up to present the "Rockers Galore" photo exhibit/party last week. The event was hosted by the good people at Goodfoot, at their recently opened Vancouver location (36 Powell St.).

The Josh Cheuse x Stussy collaboration brought a great night to the privileged few that were lucky enough to attend. The night began at around 8 p.m. and continued until the taps ran dry.

Those who attended seemed to really enjoy the works of the photographer whose "work rocks without effort." The photographs seemed to please the crowd who celebrated the images on display.

There were also copies of the newly released photography book by Cheuse entitled Rockers Galore, which will be released by Stussy:books, as well as limited print tees being shown off to those in attendance.

The night was nothing short of great with complimentary drinks and great music by The Freshest Kids (DJ's Seko, Rico Uno, Kutcorners, Marvel), playing fresh beats and tunes throughout the night.

The works of Josh Cheuse will continue to be shown at the Vancouver Goodfoot location for the rest of the month.

For more information on the Stussy x Josh Cheuse exhibit or Goodfoot, visit: www.stussy.com and www.getonthegoodfoot.ca







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