Well the website finally launched. It’s available for all at “crtn.co” I hope to upload a new product every other week. I just need to sell out of the OG or have some revenue to start putting up the really awesome designs after this launch. I really hope you guys like it, it was a shitload of work but I’m sure it’ll be good for the long run, peace n love everybody! Creation is finally back up and running. Oh and shout out to Gurpreet for designing the website and doing the technical stuff!
HUGE day for Creation! We finally sealed the deal of supplying tee shirts for Lathrop’s inaugural levee run. The first ever marathon will take place sometime June, and we will be supplying and making around 300 tee shirts for the event. I’d like to personally thank @ivanandkultar (mainly Kultar) for giving the brand the chance to be a part of this event. Be sure to be on a lookout for when and where to sign up for the run!!! (at Lathrop, California)
If you Lathropians haven’t noticed yet, there’s a new life being started yonder past the levee. A lot of people have been telling me River Islands will be a gated community, separating it from Lathrop’s. That, it’ll make the Mossdale homes look small and even be part of a different schooling district than MUSD. When Mossdale was being built, I loved it; the size of the houses, the new parks, and the newness it gave Lathrop. After a while, I started to see how people classified one another, as ‘he’s from Mossdale’ ‘she’s from old Lathrop’ ‘they live in the mobile homes’. Instead of being from Lathrop, we categorized where our homes were; and this new community makes me sick. The vibe the site gives you is just utter superficialness. You get the feeling from the wealth they throw at you on how great it’ll be one day. Lathrop was always small, unknown, and truly a humble place to be raised. I wouldn’t have it any other way. The graffiti on the new overpass was something I just smiled at, it gives the past an everlasting signature of who was there and how life was back then. The closer you get to the other side, the less graffiti you see, but on our side, it’s marked up, it’s beautiful. These overpasses are like the boundaries we share and how different life is from one another. I don’t know, maybe it was just a couple of kids who couldn’t reach the other side. Goodnight (at Lathrop, California)