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05 Apr '10

STICK UP KIDS 2.0

Posted by admin in ALOHA SERVED DAILY, graphics, shirts, Stickers
Releasing tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6th.
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Quick info on tomorrow's release: all black tee featuring some our past classic graphics in the form of stickers (as seen on our sticker sheet we released awhile back). The graphics include Burn, Mr. Aloha, Hawaiian Is The New Black, Kill Them With Aloha plus our trilock stickers. Limited run in these, so please act quickly!
29 Dec '09

BRRRRRR, STICK 'EM. HA-HA-HA STICK 'EM

Posted by admin in Sticker Sheet, Stickers
Available in-store now.
Black & white small crests, crowns, trilocks and logos. Black & white big logos, crowns and crests. The sticker sheet consists of some of the more iconic graphics we've run on shirts this past year, with the use of black, white, gray and teal.
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31 Aug '09

STICK-UP KIDS x MUA

Posted by admin in Get Up!, Stickers
Releasing Friday, Sept 4th.
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The art of stickering. Yes, it's an actual artform (and culture) that takes lots of patience and street smarts. Not only can it be an completely independent thing, it's also considered one of the most modern, ideal forms of promotion. It's also a lot cheaper to print and peel than say a wheat and paste poster, and much quicker to get up. Many young street artists and companies trying to make a name for themselves will use this as a form of viral marketing. A manifestation of the new "street team," if you will, although many street-artists getting up are doing it dolo. Yet it's so easy to forget that what you're doing while you're standing on that trash can trying to reach the top of that Yield sign is absolutely "illegal." However, as with most liberal rebellious art forms, you have to take chances as an individual. Express yourself! Please read below for the fine details:

With Friday being the first game for the UH football season, we are proud to announce our newest hat design we've properly dubbed "Mua", which roughly translates to in advance, ahead, forward (move forward). Get it? Moving on; we wanted to pay homage to our UH team, looking to the acclaimed former UH coach Les Murakami for these recognizable colors. We took elements from the UH Rainbows' and fused it with the great warrior Kekuhaupio who was King Kamehameha's right-hand-man - all around, this new hat screams "Hawaii" without being too blatant. Featuring white paneling on the two front panels and green covering the back four, orange brim with green underside and orange button resting up top. The logo on the front features the colors of the rainbow (red, yellow, green and blue) with a silhouette of King Kamehameha integrated into the design (black). Finishing it off with an orange New Era logo and Fitted crest. The Stick Up Kids tee (heather gray) features a graphic of our Aloha Served Daily stickers printed on the front with many of the colors in the stickers tying back to the hat and blending of these same colors that fill the crow on the back. This pack is a must have, if we may say so ourselves. Don't sleep, cause sleep is... you know!
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28 Aug '09

SKATE DAZE

Posted by admin in Collectibles, History, Skateboarding, Stickers
Releasing tomorrow, August 29th.
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Over 25 years of Skateboarding history is included in this collection of stickers. These stickers range from classic collectibles to island companies that supported the early skateboarding years here on the islands. Every one of these stickers were free, somehow acquired from a traveling pro at a demo, contest sticker toss, friends who were sponsored by various companies, raiding company warehouses, sponsorship packages, or stolen from skate shops. These are the real deal and the contemporary skate art will never compare. There aren't many brands whose graphics haven't been influenced or straight up bit completely from classic skateboard art. (Present company included) Take a close look and spot some of your favorites.

Details of the product are as follows: On deck is a trucker snap-back hat with the two front panels featuring the above mentioned history of skateboarding stickers from Cuzzo's personal collection. The back four panels are fabricated out of mesh with a stitched Fitted crest resting on the back; white snap strap. The brim is constructed of foam with black up top (white stitching) and red underside (also constructed of foam). Included in this pack is a tank top which revisits our Blood, Sweat & Tears pack with the same graphic run in white printed on the backside and a Fitted crest on the front left chest area. Lastly a black logo tee filled with the same artwork as seen on the trucker hat. Support local skateboarding!
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