Born in 2011 in a hot and hazy office located in the South of France, Jacker was the project of a group of friends determined to reveal street culture through a free printed magazine format, with the drive to always keep it authentic and independent. Just a few years later, Jacker has become an international label consisting of a clothing brand, special events, and of course, our magazine distributed through out the best shops in over 15 countries around the world.
Michael Willis is a talented young graphic designer based in London.
Rooted in underground culture, he has already worked with Bombo, It's Nice That, Kenzo and Insight.
Wasted Paris invites the young designer to work on a collection of t-shirts and boards.
Jiro Bevis is a London based illustrator with a pop and 80's style who collaborated with Nike, Addidas, Vice... He drew two illustrations for Wasted Paris, available on our boards and t-shirts.
For its special issue 90s !, Wasted Paris assosiates with the french magazine Les Inrocks and presents a limited edition of a tie and dye shirt, realised as a tribute to this decade's music scene.
Yougo Jeberg is a young and talented french photographer. He has been working with Wasted Paris since 2012 and has shot several lookbooks. In 2014, he launched Passengers, his first photo book, in collaboration with the brand.