Music To Silkscreen By


I don’t know about you, but I need music in my life. There’s pretty much a constant soundtrack going through my head. I can’t drive for more than a minute without music (unless of course I’m almost at a destination and need to turn the music down to see better where I’m going…) Music enhances

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Fucking Handle It – Getting Shit Done in Small Business

Contest announcements. Marketing consultation. Design concepts. Website updates. Order fulfillment. Brainstorming. Critical thinking. Account management. Inventory control. Social media interaction. Photography. Illustration. Copywriting. Verbal promotion. Event sponsorship. I don’t want to add any further responsibilities, since that already overwhelms me. Blog upkeep. That too. When we began this foray into entrepreneurship on a wing and

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Limited Release – Blower Tee

Limited Release - Blower Tee artwork

We’ve all heard it. Some of you may take offense to this. Others will agree. We think pow days are way better with friends. There. We said it. We’ve cooked up a limited release, Canadian-handmade tee design on American Apparel garments, for your enjoyment. The feel is rad, the fit is better, and the message

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Why buy local?

Terminals. Collingwood, Ontario, Canada

Canadians are a very patriotic and proud people. Not in a obnoxious we-are-the-best-counrtry-in-the-world kinda way, but in a more humble yeah-we-are-kinda-awesome kinda way. And rightly so! Being Scottish-born and raised, I am reminded every day why I moved to this country. Canada is a beautiful place to live, filled with amazing scenery and some of

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Online Shop Now Open!

Order of hand-made American Apparel ethical tee shirts

That took a minute… The DIY ethic is alive and well here in the ‘Collective Camp. We essentially started with little more than ambition and an outlying goal to take a tiny piece of Quiksilver and Billabong’s long-cooled pie. Having never produced silk-screened apparel previously, outside of a kernel of second-hand awareness of the process,

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