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[VANCOUVER] MMVIII

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[MMVIII] – 2012 Official Discussion Thread

To start off 2012, we are proud to present, a 3-way collaboration between, Mike G (Odd Future), Brook Bobbins (Photographer) and MMVIII. Look out for the details in the next few days. [URL] [Image]

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[MMVIII] – 2011 Official Discussion Thread

[MMVIII] - 2011 Official Discussion Thread [Image] ABOUT: Shun Kinoshita got his start on selling t-shirts at the young age of 16, when he spray painted stencils onto t-shirts. He began a t-shirt brand called

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[GOLD MMVIII] - 2011 Official Discussion Thread

FIRST THREAD! I'm new to this forum business...I'd appreciate your feedback. [URL] From Vancouver, Canada ABOUT [INDENT]Shun Kinoshita got his start on selling t-shirts at the young age of 15, when he spray painted stencils onto t-shirts. He began a t-shirt brand called “Gold and a Pager” when he was 16, selling shirts at his high school and at Victoria’s original, Complex. The name came from the song “Fuck Tha Police” by N.W.A.. Gold and a Pager was a young project, however this brand was able to accomplish much more than what an ordinary 16 year-old could do. With woven labels to six colour prints, t-shirts, sweaters, stickers, cards and many charities raising more than $10,000 in his high school years, Gold and a Pager set the stage for what has become GOLD MMVIII. In 2008, in his grade 11 year, Shun founded GOLD MMVIII, which has been a project that is more than just a t-shirt brand, but a brand of himself. GOLD MMVIII is inspired by Japanese culture and Shun’s personal experiences living in Victoria/Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Taking his family roots into the brand, the logo above is called “Mokkou” which is Shun’s Japanese family crest. Still involved in charity work, he is currently in the process of a charity event where he hopes to raise another $3,000 to help out the flood victims in Pakistan. He also just released a collaboration with Victoria/Vancouver’s Complex—he has several collaborations coming up.[/INDENT]

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