What The Hell Have We Been Up To?

23 05 2010

old trucks on new deck 2

You may have wondered where all the postage and sporadic activity went after a mildly successful start into the year. Twenty-something posts for new music, 10-ish posts for new designs, and a few other ramblings on nothing and nothingness.

Well, here are some excuses: Read the rest of this entry »


The Quiet Before The Storm // Olympics, London, Music, More?

16 02 2010

There are two minutes and nineteen seconds left and the score is 3:1 for USA. Switzerland is putting on a good game, but the Americans just keep breaking through their plays. It’s Hockey. It’s the Olympics. The Winter Olympics. Read the rest of this entry »

Who’s On Holiday?

17 11 2009

I am. In Hong Kong, about to go to Macau. Last week’s design is up on bonksnow.com but Read the rest of this entry »

Design-A-Week 42: Scribble Scrabble Scrobble

21 10 2009

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Drop it like it’s hooot.

21 10 2009

Resorts around the world are opening several weeks earlier than planned due to heavy snowfall. Reading that makes us harder than icicles.

The previously announced first-line drop of shirts in September was quietly postponed due to Read the rest of this entry »

I’m a hotel expert, a city sighter, and I like to take my time

10 09 2009

In my last post about Really Cheap Shit On bonksnow.com I was merely trying to circumnavigate the fact that I hadn’t been designing, posting, blogging, and doing as I should be doing. I must admit, I love procrastinating. In fact, the Merriam-Webster Word Addition Committee is currently processing my application to become a further definition of “procrastination”.

However, I can gladly say that that is not the primary reason for not posting. It has been 6 weeks since I properly used Shotophop, but this is where I’ve been: Read the rest of this entry »

Really Cheap Shit on bonksnow.com

11 08 2009

I’ve been struggling to make something interesting for the Design-A-Week Project in the last few days and have also been procrastinating like a pro. Read the rest of this entry »