04 Dec '07


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Who would've thought that pandas would one day thrive in Hawaii?
Although not exactly the same species of pandas indigenous to China, a
good portion of you may have spotted these furry animals sprawled out on
walls during certain art shows and events. Aaron Martin is the ingenious
mad-man behind these incredible and fascinating "Angry Woebot"
paintings. Born and raised in beautiful Hawaii Nei, Aaron is just as
much a staple to Hawaii as say, Leonards Malasada's; metaphorically speaking.
From his first show up until present, people have marvelled at his interpretations of these
docile animals, with his own added dark twists. We have recently sat
down with Aaron to brainstorm ideas on bringing his Woebots to life in
the form of a hat - and although it was a long and grueling process,
here we have it. The official FITTED X Angry Woebot X New Era hat.

Utilizing all-over faux fur and color schemes that are parallel to the
real life, bamboo chomping animals - this one-of-a-kind New Era seems to
breathe into life. Using black and white colors, and hints of red,
you'll turn heads for sure with this piece. The front of the hat
features the Angry Woebot character in raised-embroidery stitching,
while the inside of the hat features a bamboo-green satin lining with
bamboo shoots and leaves printed on. The underbill features Aaron's own
signature in red that reads: Angry Woebot X FITTED. Whether you decide
to wear this masterpiece of a hat, or just buy it as a collector's item,
this is one you definitely need in your collection.

We will be releasing the FITTED X Angry Woebots New Era this Saturday
(December 8th) @ 11 AM, along with a new t-shirt dubbed "Ali'i Aimoku," plus
new colorways in the "Aunty Bangles" and "Aloha Served Daily" t-shirts.
Don't miss out on this little piece of Hawaii