204/365: Alive and well


A month has passed and yes, Happen is alive and well. Maybe a little lowkey, but that’s how it should be. Photos have been taken, moves have been made, and things have gotten done. The clearance sale went well, most of the current inventory is sold. The online store is closed, but everything that remains shall be open to local pick up and events, if that happens. Happen Fall, maybe Winter, too, 2012 will release soon. The wait is almost over. More…

203/365: Roach Gigz Live @ Slim’s


Roach Gigz‘s Bugged Out tour started off right at Slim’s here in San Francisco, the first of more than 10 shows up and down the westcoast after releasing his album Bugged Out this past week. Opening up was Baby E, A-1, and Main Attrakionz with IAMSU! joining the tour on some of the other stops. A-1 just released The Thurl Tape this week as well, make sure to share and download that. More…

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Victor came through with the idea to tie dye one of his Happen tees the other day. After maybe less than an hour of work and a 24 hour wait, he ended up with a customized tee with a tiger stripe pattern. It’s cool to see post production things happening to clothing, especially with endless possibilities of customization. Salute to creatives. More…

190/365: Converse Block Party/Mishka Grand Opening


Converse held a block party out at Ted Watkins Memorial Park in Los Angeles, Watts to be exact. What attracted me to the event were the performances lined up, like Thurz, Pac Div, and Stalley. Once the clock hit 4, people were allowed to enter and it was made clear that everything there was free and up for grabs. Live screenprinting was present for free Converse tees, a photobooth to commemorate the event, raffles, food, and a couple of other booths. More…

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School taught me to look at things from afar and as a whole. You can only see so much of the bigger picture zoomed in at 6000%. So to see your work as a body of work is essential to grasping the aforementioned bigger picture. Also, print things out, it helps.