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Back in action. With these next few releases we decided to focus on the essentials of our brand. Other shirts are currently in the works, but our logo’s and our Ughhh! shirts were in need. This time around we’re doing something for the ladies. Action. Limited to 50 pieces, our women’s Ughhh! Shirts focus on the likes / loves that majority of women enjoy; diamonds, heels, makeup, cupcakes and handbags. Every lady loves these, namsayin.
Our Ughhh! women’s t-shirts are available in two colorways; purple and light grey.
Our Ughhh! women’s t-shirts are available in two colorways; purple and light grey.
Stay barcoded. This time, it’s available in your classic black and white colorways. We’re offering our signature logo t-shirts with reflective 3M ink. We like to stay clever and visible. We definitely want those rockin’ our logo tee’s to remain visible during your night rides on 4 wheels / and 2 wheels. Shirts are available for as long as supplies last.
The shirts will be dropping this Wednesday, June 6th, 2012 at 2pm PST. Don’t sleep, they’ll go. Take care ya’ll and stay hungry, namsayin.
I’m glad that the NBA season has been a very entertaining one, but the truth of the matter is; Seattle still doesn’t have it’s Sonics. We’ve been contemplate on the idea for awhile to design a t-shirt that embraces our city and so here it is. There’s alot of people working on getting a team back. Gary Payton along many others are trying really hard to bring a NBA team to Seattle. It’s all in the works, but till then we can’t help but push the movement forward.
The shirt is available in a single colorway; picture here. The shirt will be available in sizes small – 2xl sizes. Sizes are limited and will go fast. Below is an enlarge photo of the front print.
Since 2008 we’ve been fighting to get our Sonics back. We, the people of Seattle, hold the key that can unlock our future NBA team.
Our “Still Locked Out, Namsayin” Tee will be available via onlineshop February 20th, 10am PST. These shirts are limited to only 50 prints total and will not be reprinted.
Seattle, we’re known for our rain fall, but our summers are hands down the best. Cool breeze, Seattle blue skys, fresh air; things that alot of cities don’t have, especially fresh air. We’re on the upper left, but definitely we’re one of the dopest cities on the westcoast. Our summer collection is dedicated to what Seattle folks do in the summer; cycle riding, lowriding, house partying and postin’ up and chillin. Our good friends, Wizdom and Max from Deli Seattle came through and helped us out with our summer photoshoot. Thanks to all that participated. Now let’s ride, dip, snap and get summer crackin, namsayin.
4evergreen Tee & Racerback Tanktop
Seattle Crusin’ Tee
Summer Shades Tee
Capturing the Memories Tee & Racerback tanktop
This friday June 17, 2011 Deli Seattle Boutique will be celebrating their 2 year anniversary in being in business. The night will be filled with alot of drink’s, laughs and action; hella action for sure. We support our good friend Max and so you should too. Who know’s you might see Max do some craziness, namsayin!
A message from Max himself:
“We want to thank all of you for your ongoing support! We first opened our doors May 30th, 2009 in Seattle’s historical district Pioneer Square. Since then we’ve moved locations just down the street from Pike Place Market and right across the from the Seattle Art Museum on First Avenue. DELI has became more than just a store, but a lifestyle, a brand, and so much more. We would like to invite all of you to a celebration of 2 years in the making. Please join us June 17th, 2011 from 7pm-10pm as we send thanks to you by offering deals all night long, exclusive one night releases, complimentary cocktails, & more! Come by & say “HI!”"
Sorry for the lack of updates; got caught up in a whirlwind. Good brands always have substance for consumers to grasp onto that makes their products enjoyable. The Hundreds have the so.cal lifestyle down to a “T,” Crooks and Castles empowers their consumers with a hustler mind-set in their clothes and there’s us, Namsayin: we’re a bunch of guys from Seattle that love to laugh, enjoy slangwords, food (of course), bicycles and cars. In all honesty life is too serious, so have fun and that’s what we did with our “Stay Hungry” Spring Collection. Theres a few things that YOU probably haven’t noticed. Here’s a few things we should mention about our line of shirts.
We decided a theme of shirts dedicated to our late night eats here in Seattle. After all, there’s many places open late night that can fuel our energy and minds to keep us working here at, Namsayin. Let us begin shall we. First up is our Cream Cheese Hot Dog Design. If you’ve never been to Seattle, at least ask someone who has and ask them about the Cream Cheese we put on our hotdogs. It’s one tasty dog. Alot of people aren’t hip to it, but can u imagine. Probably not. That’s why its a Seattle Staple. For years we’ve been doing it and we decided to throw it on a shirt.
The artwork reflects a bit of Andy Warhol’s banana graphic, but hot dogs taste way better than bananas. Fack it’s making me hungry!
Quite a few visitors from different cities have asked “we’ll if its from Seattle why dont you call it a Seattle-Dog?” It has been coined that, but here in Seattle we just say “Cream Cheese Hot Dog.” We took our signature logo and turned it into a grill. “We’re hungry” cause thats how we are Namsayin. Hungry to improve and better our brand season after season.
Our best action is straight forward. It’s the best action from an all-american cafe. The best eats spot here in Seattle. This Cafe has been featured on Man V.S. Food with its 12 egg omelette challenge and its crayon drawings skattered amongst the ceilings and walls. It’s our tribute to one of Seattle’s great late night eat spots and thats Beth’s Cafe off aurora a.v.e. It’s pretty straight forward, the front graphic is our rendition of the lighted sign. The orange and white color resemble the sign that anyone can see heading south or north on Highway 99.
The back logo resembles what’s Beth’s known for and thats their egg omelettes. Super serious egg omelette’s at that. We probably can cook eggs, but not as good as them, but we can probably win at making cool shirts.
Last, but never the least is our purple dotted shirt. It’s a simple and clean design that represents one of the finest late night eating spot to go to in the International District. Everyone and their mama has been to this late night eating spot. You can see all the drunk and sober clubbers waltz into this place. This place is known as Purple Dot Cafe. All the action happens here. It’s really a site to see people, crowds of people, come and feed their faces. 9 times out of 10 you’ll probably catch one of us eating there with a group of friends, ordering from the tasty menu.
So you might wonder, “We’ll what do I order from this tasty menu?” It’s in our shirt. On the perimeter of the circle lies the menu. Look. Take a closer look, all our favorites are on there; baked Spaghetti, garlic chicken wings, wonton noodle soup, just to name a few. Trust us, namsayin! This menu order, will get you and your friends sleepy. Ill food-coma for sure.
On the back of our shirt, we tagged it with our signature logo, but in the silhouette of a soy sauce bottle. The soy sauce bottle is a iconic sauce staple in every asian restaurant. With that being said, we wanted to “sauce” our shirt up a bit; keeping the theme consistant to our inspiration, namsayin! Stay tuned for more action coming your way. Ughhh! Fack! Summer is almost here.
We always show love to our neighborhood and to our city. So here we go. For all the RB heads that wanna rep’ their area, we’ll be selling these shirts at Deli Boutique on 1st ave. This is our first run of the #7 bus and we will be selling a total of 78 shirts total, in two color ways; available in various sizes. The iconic “bus” shirts that we’ve been doing will be an on going project to tie ever evergreen tree breathing individual in the freshest air hometown that anyone will experience. Here’s a preview of the #7 Rainier Beach “Know where you came from” tee.
Oh and for the ladies! Male model not included. Namsayin! We will be at Deli Boutique 1307 1st. ave. Right across the Seattle Art Museum (S.A.M.) February 14th thru the 19th. Shop opens from 11am – 6pm. Stop on by and say hello!
4 month old Baby Lucas rockin’ the Namsayin onsie!!! Namsayin Onsie’s will be for sale soon. Please follow our twitter updates for availability. Thanks
We were invited to the soft opening of Deli Seattle, its not like an actual DELI DELI namsayin, its a boutique themed like a deli everything but the food… when we arrived 15mins after doors opened, it was jam packed, the actual grand opening is May 30th. Addy is on the title, check it out here is some pictures…
Chris Layacan – Bartender for the evening
Giveaways was handed out presented in these to go boxes
Owner – Max Heigh
Food was available for the hungry
It was a packed house
Did an interview promo for the shop namsayin, I was kinda nervous fack!!!
When you stop by pick up a “Deli Shop Tee”