Monday, June 29, 2020


Have you seen the thread of Police brutality at the protest against police brutality? It's at 678 posts. It's not just one bad apple, it's just too many to count. 

You haven't seen me out cause I live in my workplace. Nah, really. I kinda do. We have been putting in the work for change. I can only hope that you do too. This not over till it's over and it's not over till we pressure the change to come. You can't make it to the streets? That's okay, sign something, sign often, let me get you started: Click here

 I have been creating lately and it's from the heart. Can't you tell?

Listen, this is something I want to hear from y'all about. Do you want us to sell these or Nah?
I have no plans of making ones outside of this one. I just can't. I'm not big on the words and pictures and all that. I like it black and simple. Matches it all and never a problem.

I fell like I'm on some special ninja shit when wearing it.

Khaki Jersey Shorts

This Georgia summer is always quick to say hello and slow to say goodbye. I think I have something to say no matter the weather so let me chill. I went with the green for this one to give it that pop that I always want to add with looks. Not too much pop cause you need to look at the shirt but enough that it's not just repetitive with the black.

Push the socks down till they make jelly rolls. I hope that made you "LOL" but really. Push the socks down till they look like Jabba the Hutt neck. I attached the link in case you, like me, have never seen Star Warz. I kid, I kid. Wars*

God bless the people that make running shoes. I haven't looked at basketball ones since. 

That's what I'm wearing today. How about you? 

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Friday, June 26, 2020


While this year’s graduating class hasn’t experienced typical send-off celebrations, there is a silver lining to the current circumstances. Graduates are being treated to commencement speeches and digital events thrown by influential names and brands, like Vans, which is hosting a grad night this week. The event, taking place tonight, is serving up a stacked lineup of speakers and performers who will help in honoring the next generation of changemakers.

True to the Vans’ ethos, the evening of programming will inspire self-expression and creativity among the youth with a keynote speech from Steve Van Doren, who will encourage students to pursue their passions, share helpful tips towards success and reinforce what it means to live “Off The Wall.” Vans Grad Night will tap into the influential connection between action sports, art, music and street culture with inspirational messages from legendary skateboarders Tony Hawk and Ray Barbee. Entrepreneur and model Sami Miro will also inject her personal wisdom with a speech. To close out the celebration, King Princess will perform live, followed by a DJ set by SG Lewis.

Vans Virtual Grad Night will take place tonight, Friday, June 26 at 6 p.m. PDT on Vans’ YouTube

Monday, June 22, 2020


I can't stop making cop art. So we are with another one. This one you can wear around and let it be what it's gonna be. Buy Here

Are you ready for this cause I'm ready for this? I don't know about the theater part tho.

Saturday, June 13, 2020


From Dave: Normally I wouldn't show you something so unrefined, I hope you understand To find out more about how you can support the Equal Justice Initiative go here:

Wednesday, June 10, 2020


The NYPD said all cops shouldn't be held responsible for the actions of one cop. Okay, lets talk about this long list below. IT'S NOW AT 442.

God forbid we live in a society where cops should be held responsible for the shit they do. You not dirty, great have some cookies and move out the way.

Police unions are the worse.

Police brutality at protests against police brutality (videos link below)

I don't have too many words to add cause actions speak for itself. Below you can find the start of this thread that seems to never end.

Friday, June 5, 2020


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