When clothing brand’s emerge, the usual stigma that follows is “oh fack another T shirt company.” Although, this is true, there are brands out there that are pushing their community to embrace their city and what they have to offer; and thats what we’re about. We’ve been getting ton’s of request for new bus route’s to be printed. Some people who have came asked if we’d do a “shoreline” route or “skyway” or “MLK” “W. Seattle” but to tell you the truth; you’re gonna have to sit and wait kiddies. For those that missed out on picking up the #36 Beacon Hill “Know where you came from” T-shirt, you can support our city through our other designs.
There will always be love and support to our neighboring communities in the designs and pieces we put out; hometown love is where it begins for us. On our “Grindin’ Daily” piece, alot of those that aren’t aware of it, but Beacon Hill is embeded in the design. Cant see it? Take a closer look.
“Cafe 98108″ is forever printed on this “Grindin’ Daily” T-Shirt. So for those Beacon Hillers out there, never feel left out. We’ll always have references to represent where we came from.
Every person’s motivation is different. When you work hard for the things that you want in life, the pay off is huge. For our “classic motivation” everyone is fueled by the loved ones who support them, the money they are so hungry to obtain and the music. Music motivates you undeniably. So let music move you towards your goals.
We’ve been getting a great response to our #7 Rainier Beach Tees. It surprises us that our consumers aren’t at one age range. It varies from the 58 yr old lady that bought shirts for her son to the 25yr old corporate city worker taking a break from his 9-5. We still have tons of shirts availale in various sizes, but don’t wait till our last day (sat. feb. 19th) to pick a T-Shirt here at Deli.
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!