new designer into oak: drug money art

Tin Ojeda never planned for any of this to happen. He never planned to make an entire business out of “Drug Money,” but when his infamous surfboard attracted so much attention, it kind of just happened. He never planned on spray painting surfboards, but when his friend asked him to spray paint all of the soft tops used for surf lessons, he did. He never expected his spray paint-splattered shirts to become so popular, but with people approaching him to make more and the inspiration from his girlfriend, he did. He never planned to teach himself how to screen print shirts, but when his demand grew too high, he did. Oak presents Drug, Money Art. Each shirt is 100% handmade as well as 100% organic cotton.


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