We are out there. It's a good thing. We won't get too heady on you, but space is pretty damn gnarly. Sometimes the universe tees something up for you and you have no choice but to send it, that's how we felt about this shirt. Our friends at Zumiez liked it so much, they had to have it. Check out the Galaxy Scribble Tee, as well as some other out there designs at Zumiez. Live Creative and Prosper.
We at So-Gnar wanted to take a moment to shout out a couple of our favorite shops in Denver, and quite honestly the country. Buffalo Exchange (51 Broadway St. South Broadway Neighborhood) and Megafauna (3102 Blake St. RINO Neighborhood) are run by some of the most genuine and stylish folks that you will find in town. Not only are we grateful for the unwavering support that these shops have given us, but for their persistent dedication to pushing the art/fasion/music scene in Denver.
So yeah, these shops are awesome, that is why we often do exclusive releases with them like the CO Galactic tee featured above. A small quantity of these tees got dropped this week at both shops and probably won't be sticking around too long, so check em out!
The beauty of inspiration is that it can be sparked by absolutely anything. It is the spent tire on the side of the road revived as a skate feature, the line that resonates in the verse, and the scrappy alley cat on Colfax that insists on showing love despite the hard times.
Standing at 30 ft. x 20 ft. this piece is the brainchild of Pat Milbery, and is his latest contribution to the Denver street art scene, a movement that is booming and beautifying our neighborhoods. The alley cat on Lost Lake Lounge 3602 E Colfax Ave (Monroe St and E. Colfax) is particularly special because it has introduced Denver to the newest member of the SG Creative Division, Patrick McKinney.
Acting as Pat's right hand man on this project, McKinney was able to add his distinct style and creativity to bring the alley cat's persona to life. McKinney states that his inspiration ranges immensely, "equally from everyday life observations and my wild, unconventional imagination". When digging through his various posters, illustrations, and editorials, this sentiment becomes apparent. Scope His Stuff
Check out the mural and be sure to keep an eye on these boys, as they are always creating, and inspiring each other to push the imagination.