Adam Bomb Squad is an NFT project by The Hundreds, consisting of 25,000 unique combinations of bombs and accompanying backgrounds from our two decades of history. Ownership grants you membership cards that come with perks directly from Adam Bomb Squad and the community.
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The Hundreds is a global, community-based streetwear brand with an emphasis on People Over Product.
Founded in 2003, Bobby Kim (Bobby Hundreds) and Ben Shenassafar (Ben Hundreds) formulated the project out of a studio apartment and the cash in their pocket. Eighteen years later, The Hundreds is regarded as a streetwear pillar, our flagship store anchoring the Fairfax District, and having collaborated with the likes of adidas, Disney, Stanley Kubrick, Nipsey Hussle, Puma, Jackson Pollock, Pepsi, Back to the Future, Larva Labs, and Bored Ape Yacht Club.
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MEET THE BOMBS
Adam Bomb is The Hundreds’ world famous mascot. Bobby Hundreds illustrated a cartoony Adam Bomb with an anxious, expectant face, based off of The Hundreds’ logo at the time, an iconic silhouette called Solid Bomb. Over the years, Adam Bomb blanketed the world, proudly worn by generations of streetwear fans, topping Times Square’s highest billboard, and collaborating with the biggest name brands and artists. Adam Bomb is the leader of the Adam Bomb Squad and is one of the most recognizable faces in fashion today.
Although The Hundreds started off as a men’s brand, early on, there was a sister line called TENS that shared the same inspiration and aesthetic. Madam was the TENS’ brand mascot and borrowed the same colors and styling of Adam, but reflected the strong and charismatic women that surrounded us in streetwear. Unfortunately, TENS only lasted a few seasons, but Madam was intermittently brought back into The Hundreds’ world, recently making a cameo in the 2021 Adam Bomb collection. Today, she holds it down as an on/off-again love interest for Adam, and a good and loyal friend to the Adam Bomb Squad.
Every hero deserves a villain and in the case of Adam Bomb Squad, Badam fits the bill. Badam’s behavior and attitude are distilled from the core streetwear cool guys that grumbled and hated in the early 2000s. He is never excited about anything, is irritated by Adam Bomb’s popularity, and wants nothing to do with the Adam Bomb Squad. The only reason why he sticks around is because he secretly enjoys the limelight. His bitterness is what constitutes his identity. Things always suck, until he can look back on it later and say he did it first. Badam is as classical streetwear as it gets...
For the last two decades, The Hundreds has been instrumental in bringing generations of young artists and collectors to streetwear through the Blog, media platform, and social presence. Through Adam Bomb Squad, The Hundreds seizes on NFTs, blockchain technology, and the metaverse to once again introduce its community to the next world.
All the while, we’re here to teach The Hundreds history and provide a fun, collectible experience for fellow NFT enthusiasts.
To read more about Adam Bomb Squad’s purpose and our position on NFTs, crypto, and the metaverse, please read our whitepaper written by Bobby Hundreds.