Work, Projects & Shopping

Just a quick post today.  This week I completed a small project for my tattooist friend Mitch of Gastown Tattoo, a waxed denim work apron. I posted last week about the technique of using otter wax on denim to create a waterproof waxed look, and I used the same process here on Mitch’s apron. As the wax wears, the apron will develop a cool looking patina.  I also used the same finishing techniques that I use when sewing jeans on this apron. I think it turned out pretty well.

Today, I started working at Boys’co on Robson, one of the top menswear stores in Vancouver, and I’m pretty excited about it! We carry a ton of amazing brands, and I’m meeting lots of great people in the fashion industry.

I have a feeling that my pay-cheques might disappear a little faster, as there are a ton of clothes I’d like to pick up from the store. Today, I grabbed this chambray shirt from WorkShop Denim.

On a final note, I’m going to be hunting down lots more street style looks in the coming week, and I may have made a connection to have my denim line produced….. so more to come on that.

Thanks for reading!

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5 Responses to Work, Projects & Shopping

  1. Shevon says:

    Thats Pretty cool! I cant wait to buy that otter wax to add to my new oxblood denim jeans!

  2. Anthea says:

    Your friend looks totally awesome with all the tats, and this is such a cool and simple denim apron!
    would you like to follow each other?

  3. Your apron is just perfect. Congrats for a nice design.

  4. Kris says:

    *GASP* that denim apron is perfect on him! great creativity you have going!

    -K from

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