Welcome to the first installment of Code:Rad! What is a Code:Rad you ask? Simple! It's where we find the raddest stuff on the internet and tell you about it. Sound good? Ok, let's go. Ashley has had her eye on these for a while now, and after checking them out, I concur. Tumbleweeds sunglasses are indeed rad. Basically, they take high impact acetate frame, veneer wood and handcraft the junk out of them into a completely unique pair of sunglasses that own. I mean, just look at the sexy:Keep Reading
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About 3 months ago Ashley said to me, "You know what would be cool? If we did some designs that were reversed." Typical husbandry logical response, "Why would we do that? That means you couldn't read it." My powers of clear thinking were strong. Until she answered, of course (this is how most of our conversations go). "Well, what if the design said something inspirational like 'You can do it' or 'You got this' so that the person wearing it would be able to read it when they looked in the mirror? Like a little motivational reminder when they start their day."
Yep, that was a great idea. I wish I had thought of that! I floated the idea around to several good friend and they concurred. My logic was weak, but the idea was not. So, we set out to come up with some designs.Keep Reading
Hey everyone, good news! We are doing a shirt giveaway! Our "Mother the Motherless" adoption shirt not only spreads the word about the need for adoption, but it's also a ridiculously comfortable tri-blend fitted dolman t-shirt. You may not want to take it off! It's screen printed with environmentally friendly water-based ink, and packaged with love by the Longneckers.Keep Reading
One thing that really excited us about starting Last Night Ago was the opportunity to give back. We decided early on that we really liked Rice Bowls' approach to feeding children in need and chose them as our first non-profit to partner with.Keep Reading
Well, it's official! We actually sold some shirts and as of a week ago shipped our first products out the door. It was pretty exciting. Don't the kids seem excited? Who would have ever thought anyone would actually buy something from us?!Keep Reading