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Out now is the second swell of WOR spring 2013. For those of you visiting California. Welcome! Now go home. It’s much too crowded here anyways. View the full collection HERE. Now available at select retailers or online at Reserve.
Freshjive’s delivery 2 is inspired by the German Expressionist Movement’s eventual influence on the militarization and privatization of public spaces with its corporate-governmental liasions being directly responsible for the emerging police state and the growing inequality in our society. View the full lookbook HERE and the product detail HERE. Available now at select retailers worldwide.
Written by Jason Rosencrantz Like D.W. Griffith’s epic 1915 film, the United States was born racist. Though the framers of the U.S. Constitution were intellectually inspired by Enlightenment principles of universal human rights, their culture of white supremacy and economic interests blinded them to the humanity of dark skinned people. This racism was written into the founding legal document of the United States. In Article 1, Section 2, Paragraph 3 of the U.S. Constitution, a distinction is made between “free Persons” and “other Persons”: Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to ...
Introducing the first official “Kid Yamaka” t shirt. Custom made from heavyweight carded cotton, the shirt will only be available at his fights or online now. In classic boxing tradition we’ll also have available collectors pins and stickers and a limited edition hand silkscreened poster. We’ve also designed a custom made team cardigan for his crew including his cut man and coaches Eric Brown and Freddy Roach. Made of high quality denim, canvas and velvet, the cardigan reflects Zach’s personal influence with roots in traditional boxing style. This upcoming Saturday is Zac’s 3rd professional fight. It will be held at the ...
In the United States, brutality against people of color, particularly African Americans, has been only one of the historical functions of the police — another has been political suppression of poor and working classes. In his history of policing in the United States, Kristian Williams points out that these two functions have often overlapped, particularly in the formative period of the antebellum South, where “slavery… was a system of production as well as a system of race control.” The control of slave populations, in other words, was required by both “the demands of White supremacy and by the economic needs of ...
Complimenting the main line, the basics collection consists of the classic t shirt and tank top in various exclusively designed fabrics and patterns. View the full collection here. Available now in select retailers worldwide or at Reserve Online.
The people who live in L.A.’s Skid Row are often mistaken (by those whose privilege is defended by our classist and racist system) for something other than fully human. In this way the racialized poor are relegated to that nether region reserved also for aliens and terrorists — subhumans all, worthy of disposal by whatever means. Read the full post written by Jason Rosencrantz here. About the T Shirt Graphic, from Rick Klotz: This is a photo I shot 6 years ago of a skid row resident named “Africa”. I was shooting Skid Row people, and she was friends with an older friend of ...
“Down these mean streets a man must go who is not himself mean, who is neither tarnished nor afraid … He must be … man of honor … He talks, that is, with rude wit, a lively sense of the grotesque, a disgust for sham, and a contempt for pettiness.” Raymond Chandler, the great fiction crime novelist, wrote these words in a 1959 essay, “The Simple Art of Murder”. These same words define Zachary Wohlman, up and coming professional boxer who we filmed in some of the same settings that can be found in Chandler’s books. Out now is delivery ...
What’s up for spring? Sun bleached colors, salty denim, big palm trees, muscle pants, rainbow logo sweatpants, bikini contests, Rad Brad, My Wave Go Home, Respect Kahuna, bleached stripes, Welcome to California now go home, make waves not WOR, beach bums, the GLSA, blackball. Now available at select retailers or online at Reserve.
Freshjive and The World’s Got Problems blog have joined to create the WTFIRGO Foundation, which will seek to bring attention to and raise money for organizations working to unfuck the world. Starting February 8th, Freshjive will be releasing one new t-shirt graphic twice a month under the WTFIRGO label to correspond with a World’s Got Problems post. The tees will be available in limited quantities through the ReserveLA.net web store, and 50% of the proceeds from these shirts will be donated to a different social or economic justice organization each month. We decided to begin close to home by raising ...
50-70% off previous season’s items. Online at www.reservestoreonline.com Free shipping on orders over $100 In-store at Reserve 420 N Fairfax Ave L.A., CA 90036
50-70% off sale items. Online at www.reservestoreonline.com Free shipping on orders over $100 In-store at Reserve 420 N Fairfax Ave L.A., CA 90036