LOCALLY OWNED PACK

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010 by

Releasing Saturday, Nov. 20th

Aloha kakou!

This Saturday we’re unveiling our aptly dubbed Locally Owned pack with our first zip-up hoody of the bottom of 2010. The hoodies reference a classic and iconic logo from the late 80′s / early 90′s era. If you were a young’n or teenager back then, you were guaranteed to see these logos everywhere. We’ve flipped this into our own design with the FITTED crest on the front and Locally Owned on the backside. Coinciding with this release is a black denim Nihi with red tr-locks, red crest, crown and New Era logo, a white tee dubbed Four Banger which features four Aloha Served Daily logos in orange, green, blue and yellow and black crown on the back. Last but not least, we have a white longsleeve tee with red trilocks on the front chest and FITTED in red running down both sleeves. This is a banger, don’t get caught with the cousin of death!

NEW FITTED ONLINE LOGO TEES

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010 by

Available now.

I WANT MY ALOHA x OAKLAND A’S

Monday, November 15th, 2010 by

Releasing tomorror, Nov. 16th

Tomorrow’s release is titled, I Want My Aloha, reworking an infamous logo during the good days. Rest In Peace those days. Coinciding with the tee is a camouflage Oakland A’s with a black brim and red button up top. Big up to all the 80s babies! When you come through tomorrow to pick these up, make sure you yella at Sebastian and tell him you want your Aloha!

KING OF KAUA’I

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TARO SQUAD

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PRI-FIGHT SWIM

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HAWAII FOOD BANK DRIVE

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SONNY “AIR MAX 95 KING” GUERRA

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Shout out to Sonny. Check out an article / interview with Sonny in Midweek.

SCOTT CAMPBELL

Friday, November 12th, 2010 by

In late October Scott Campbell sold out a show at the Mexico City VICE Gallery. After things didn’t go as planned he, along with some friends pulled everything from the gallery then set the whole collection on fire. This week an interview was posted with the artist:

It wasn’t some dramatic tantrum of a bratty art star. I sat there for a day and a half trying to figure out that situation. I really felt trapped and held hostage, so I thought, “I’ll destroy it. I’ll just come home and make more.” I’d rather just pull out completely than have myself be misrepresented.

More from this interview here.

-Kim ©

WALK ON BY

Friday, November 12th, 2010 by

A photo project with a name that makes you think twice by Oak Thitayarak.

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