First look at our new Pennant collection. #ramblings
It always breaks my heart when I turn on the television early in the morning and hear the anchor say 'We'll have to wait for the sunrise to tell the full extent of the damage.'
Looks like last night a big tornado ripped through OK and AR, taking at least 16 lives in one community north of Little Rock.
Well, we don't have to wait for the sunrise to do good. For today, any Arkansas print sold will result in $10 being sent to the Red Cross to help out those in Arkansas and Oklahoma.
If you'd like to bypass us and just send funds along directly, here's the link to the Arkansas Red Cross. And they could use prayers, too.
Some snaps from the 39x43 Pop Up in Atlanta a few weeks back. We had a ball and our space couldn't have looked as baller without the help of Brick and Mortar.
Above, Kirk of Tweeds, John of Oakleaf and Acorn and Clay of Clay + Bros.
Look! It's popular Christian recording artist Andy Cherry rocking one of our shirts this past weekend. We couldn't be more pumped about his mission or his threads.
Honorable mention goes to Luke Hill, who was rocking a Triangle shirt at Elevation Uptown (shirt not pictured due to sheer rocking out).
This Friday has me thinking of a year ago. Of the Marathon and of that beautiful morning and that terrible afternoon. Of the cloudless sky that went dark. Of the runners who still have't finished.
Of the first New England print we made and the $6000 we were able to send to the One Fund to help the victims. Thanks to y'all. Thanks to strangers lifting up strangers, actually and virtually. Hugging and crying and asking ourselves how hate can bully its way into love. It was a heavy time. A year later, seeing things like this, I still tear up.
We've got about 25 Patriots Day prints from our second printing. For each one we sell between now and marathon Monday, we're gonna send $25 to the One Fund. They are planning a second distribution this summer, and we still want to be there to help.
We got ten days. Let's send some love up to Boston.
It's called Sic Semper and it comes from the flag and the seal and we think it's just lovely.
Now, there's some history with this phrase, like any good phrase in the South. But let's lean more on the Brutus and less on the Booth and ignore them both, if you want and just go with the flag. That's safe, right?