August 03, 2014 at 06:18:03 Aug 03, 2014 @ 06:18
That's a pretty feeble statement. You see a box and you automatically associate with James Jebbia, kind of ironic. But na, copping the whole style of a middle-aged visual artist like Barbra Kruger isn't really my style. A little pastiche for my taste, no pun. But on the real call me nike I'll check you every step of the way if you don't come correct with information, I'm not the one. Real energy is needed in these forums anyway. URBN Cookies is organic. I posted for feedback, not incomplete thoughts.i can respect art, i just dont respect people who think they are the next james jebbias because they can remove a letter from a word and screenprint some t shirts with the cookies on them. i would find it hard to believe that you guys could have possibly put more than 15 minutes of thought into making this brand.Thank you for providing the context of who you are and mental state. 1) Understand art is perceptive, and your tastes are of that alone, yours. Thats where it stops. Now being since you, the dead broke kid in high school, doesn't voice the opinion of every individual on this forum, I'm now going to move my attention away from you and address others, this was fun.im a dead broke kid still in highschool. i know that if i had any money to create a brand it would look exponentially better than a gingerbread man on a tank top.
2) Our brand URBN Cookies, LLC seeds from the philosophy of Ralph Waldo Emerson with our motto being "Go where there's no path then leave a trail". It's about walking down a road that's never existed, and leaving a trail of crumbs behind provoking/ inspiring the youth to do the same. Our products come in cookie boxes and are sprayed with a cookie scent. Snapback, Tank, Shirt, name it, arrives smelling like fresh vanilla baked goods. We're looking to expand later from streetwear into hardware by collaborating with skateboard brands like Chocolate to create skate decks & Animal bmx for Cookie Dough Camo bike frames. Here's a visual of our last streetwear trade show we attended in Orlando, FL & our Red Velvet Snapback.