La MJC & All Gone 2010
The latest edition of street culture almanac All Gone was released today, and to mark its fifth year of publication, the 248 page book has been treated to a luxurious de-bossed nubuck cover and is available in two different colours.
Created by Michael Dupouy of French creative agency La MJC, All Gone started life in 2006 as a yearly tribute to the best in street culture, compiling close to 200 carefully edited products in each edition. As La MJC explain: “All Gone was born to try and decipher the deeper movements of the street scene, and also to share them, showing how much beauty, creativity and innovation the culture offers. The project's ambition was to become a quasi-biblical reference, paying tribute to the elite of the street scene.”
Included in the book are some of the year’s best artist/designer shoe collaborations such as Vans & Taka Hayashi, New Balance & La MJC, and what many believe was the best shoe of 2009; the Nike & Parra Air Max 1.
The book was unveiled in Berlin and Paris over the past week, with Berlin hosting a retrospective exhibition displaying many of the products that have been featured of the past five years (see images below).
All Gone 2010 is limited to 1200 copies worldwide, with 700 of the black cover and only 500 of the brown cover available.