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July 10, 2005

The concrete dunks by I have Pop!!!



Last week Beinghunted revealed from who the concrete dunks were. It came out that "I have pop" has made 10 of them and placed them in the US and in Europe in front of selcted stores, that are especially involved in street culture. Each dunk is numbered and has a card inserted with the date of release. To ensure exclusivity, after the last one was made, the molds were destroyed.

Freshnessmag now has an interview up with the man behind the concrete dunks. Interesting read, so head over there.


Enjoy,

David

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