Several weeks ago I was lucky enough to have a spot on the San Francisco stop of the Renegade Craft Fair. First off, if you haven’t been to one of the Renegade dates, I highly recommend it. Even though I’ve been telling people to come see me at the show, there’s tons of other non t-shirt related items that are totally worth seeing. Plus it doesn’t cost anything to go in(you can’t complain with FREE). There really is no better way to get the word out about your company than the old fashion way.
At one point there was a fire alarm which evacuated the entire building. Someone was obviously up to no-good. Craft Fairs can get pretty rowdy..
This is my friend Regan Clark on the left. How random to meet someone with the same name?? Yah ok, no “E” on the end of Clarke. I’m not gonna hold it against her. Though I still can’t figure out why she didn’t want to buy all of my shirts.
These kids ended up inviting us to an “extreme hipster” party later in the night(don’t ask, I was confused too). Interestingly enough, the girl in the blue sweatshirt was super hammered when I got there and nearly ended up throwing a few punches in my brothers direction! She was probably just mad cause he wasn’t paying her any attention. Oh well, everyone else was pretty cool for the most part. What can I say? We’re from Boston, these things seem to follow us around sometimes.
Its very likely these were the culprits who set off the fire alarm.
When he’s not traveling the world and stealing your girl’s heart, Dev is my right hand man at the shows. There’s pretty much no way I would have been able to do the Brooklyn or SF show without him. Much love D!
My family has been unbelievably supportive since I started RSC and I can’t thank them enough. And Tim, hopefully I’ll make enough money in the near future to help pay for any additional destruction to your car/house/etc. Reference last line under picture 5!
This was a fantastic trip, my only regret is not having enough time to hang out with everyone. Can’t wait to get back out to San Francisco, see you Bay Area folks soon!