DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake shirt

DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake  Unisex

Come across many t-shirt brands that claim to be about DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake shirt. A cause that is greater than just selling t-shirts, only to find out that said cause was nothing more than a clever marketing ploy. Since the day I first came in contact with , I’ve noticed that everything about them is…well…different. They’re a brand run exclusively by marginalized youth from Portland, Oregon. Their mission is to get these young people get off of the streets and into a life more worthy of themselves as unique, beautiful individuals. They celebrate their differences and use them as inspiration for their t-shirt designs. In doing so, they’ve created a line-up of t-shirts and other gear that are unlike anything else you’ll find.

DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake Classic Ladies
Classic Ladies
DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake Hoodie
Hoodie
DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake LongSleeve
LongSleeve
DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake Sweatshirt
Sweatshirt
DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake  Unisex
Unisex

I had the chance to find out a bit more about dfrntpigeon in a recent interview DJ Santa assuming Im just an old man was your first mistake shirt. Here is what they had to say about themselves and what they represent… We are a collective of young creatives with varying abilities in illustration, graphic design, and copywriting. We design each collection as a group, united by an overarching theme (“Identity”, “Community”, “Transition”). We involve an intimate team of volunteer mentors from our local professional design community at different stages in our process, who support us in evolving our graphics and creating a cohesive collection for our customer.  We love our support team of professional mentors who volunteer their time to help our brand exist. We are motivated by the desire to create positive change in our communities and the lives of those around us. We want to inspire people to create, grow, and see their value regardless of the challenges they have faced. According to Napoleon Love, Afro Space was started for the people and by the people in the Midwest, USA. His goal was to create a Black ‘Ed Hardy’ feel in their designs to engage the urban, music, and skateboard.

Fit & style

  • Toddler boys’ adaptive short-sleeve polo shirt gives him a classic, comfy option for a variety of events
  • Shrink- and fade-resistant fabric helps keep it good as new wear after wear
  • Pre-washed construction gives an extra-soft feel for added comfort
  • Designed with no pockets for a smooth, seamless fit

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