All of us here at Namsayin is proud to launch our Spring line this year!!! We’ve been getting a great response from our community with the “Know where you came from” shirts and our last release of shirts “Grindin’ Daily” and “Classic Motivation.” So we’ve been grindin’ and we’ve been pretty hungry and eager to expand and grow within our community to “feed” the demand. Our spring theme for 2011 revolves around the concept of the major Late Night hour eating spots in the city of Seattle. Although, there were plenty to choose from, we at Namsayin are regulars at the frequent spots related to our Tees. I apologize in advance if the tee shirts make you hungry. Thanks to Phillip “Mr. DirectFML” Conover for taking the stills. Ok. Gonna go eat right now. Enjoy.
Along with the 3 designs dedicated to our favorite Late Night eats, we’ve also released a new bus route number. This time around we’ve decided that the #49 U-District route would serve its U-Dub fans and those attending the popular college some justice. Here’s some shots of some local U-Dub students rockin’ the classic “know where you came from.” T-shirt.
Our #49 U-Dub “Know where you came from” T-Shirt will be available in all sizes (s-2xl) in two color ways. Classic white with Purple and Classic Grey with purple. Shirts will go on sale soon via our online shop in the works. If you or anyone would like to purchase a t-shirt from our Spring line. Add us here on facebook and send us a message and we’d be happy to meet up with you in the 206/253/425 area. Namsayin is here to feed you! Stay hungry my friends!
On March 3rd, 2011, Deli & Manik Skateboards collaborated on a show that would showcase the talent of local Seattle Artists. The evening began slow and steady as on going Artwalk walkers trickled in. The skateboard entry’s for the art / design competition were highly exceptional. Although art can be a subjective matter, I’d have to say that at this show there was art that everyone could appreciate and enjoy.
Some of the artist’s display of work were phenominal. Techniques reigned supreme on most boards, while some were deep expressions of culture icons. I found myself engaged in the technique of majority of these artists. Art concept, art symmetry, pop-culture icons; all types of inspirations were present.
In attendance where some of the local seattle movers and shakers.
Tom of NVRMT Promtions, NamsayinTerry, LesbHonest Lesley, Resident Media Alan, Kay
Gorman & Alex (Ginseng clothing)
Gina & Ms. Tinatwitter (Res. Media)
The mover himself of the night, Max (Deli) & his homie.
Namsayin Don, Kay, Namsayin Terry
David & Rachel (Kenworth Trucks)
Support your local happenin’s. The decks are for sale and will be up for the rest of march. Till then …stay tuned for more happenings.