Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Monday, November 24, 2008

Those Yancy Boys are @ it again!!!!!!!!!!!!

Man I just copped the Yancy Boys album on itnes and it is slappin for sure, but then I get on Nah Right and see this.......

I had to repost
You know I love some Dilla
and Illa J def can spit and they whole family can sing DAMN!!!!!

Friday, November 21, 2008

All I want for Christmas


Or for life at that matter, is APC.

Oooh Lawd!

This is my show! Go Nene!

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Ya ya yay!

We worked on the True Cali hat about 2 years ago and now its finally out! Cop yours at True before...

True X Pops coming soon...

Like our backpacker tee above with an SF twist.
Dropping sometime around the holidays.

happy berfday!!!

who else share's a birthday today?

our new vp, a beastie boy, and a lady with cornrows

Guess what we got!

Flava in ya ear

She is so awesome. Go on with ya bad self mama!

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Must see

I think me and hubby need to watch this. Hopefully this weekend. I must have slept on it cuz it came out 2006. I wanna say I seen snippets of it though where Badu is sitting in the Aarnio Ball chair. Here's the synopsis from their site:

Never have so few companies controlled so much of the music played on the radio and for sale at retail stores. At the same time, there are more bands and more ways to discover their music than ever. Music seems to have split in two - the homogenous corporate product that is spoonfed to consumers and the diverse independent music that finds devoted fans online and at clubs across the country.

BEFORE THE MUSIC DIES tells the story of American music at this precarious moment. Filmmakers Andrew Shapter and Joel Rasmussen traveled the country, hoping to understand why mainstream music seems so packaged and repetitive, and whether corporations really had the power to silence musical innovation. The answers they found on this journey–ultimately, the promise that the future holds–are what makes BEFORE THE MUSIC DIES both riveting and exhilarating.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008


This is from the first image from 7up. It the dude from Annie and Boomerang (Geoffrey Holder).

Pops Season 1

Been meaning to post this. Since our site is still a work in progress here's our line minus the 2 girls tee's that are on the way. Our shirts are currently available at True Clothing in SF and Walnut Creek. More stores to be announced soon. Oh and we're shooting our lookbook this weekend! More on that later.

House Party

House Industries had a Letters & Ligatures show. I love House.


The Making of Photoshop

Australian Wine labels

Wednesday, November 5, 2008


Last night as I watched the results of the presidential election, tears streamed down my face as I stood in aww holding our 1 year old daughter. It's a new day. So many thoughts ran through my mind. So many newscasts and coverage of the election kept saying its not about race and kept discussing how he won. For me its simple, he represents us. America and all its diversity. As a daughter of an immigrant mother and my father's mother, my grandmother, who was in America and went back to China because their was nothing to offer her only to come back. And her mother (my great-grandmother) who came to America and was held in internment camps at Angel Island just for the color of her skin. This truly means a lot to me and that my daughter will grow up knowing she can do anything she wants.

Now this is not to say I don't also back the issues Obama says he addressed such as healthcare and more importantly, to me, education and childcare. Man, I can go on and on. Yesterday was truly the most important day of my life right next to the birth of my child. I can honestly say I am proud to be American and feel a sense of pride I have never felt before.

Bush St in SF renamed Obama St
Our presidents

IMGS: poplicks