So if you watched last episode you would have seen that my brands are banded by barwatch, in the charming little village of Vancouver, this did not surprise me nor did it surprise me that no organizations built to help, would help. Its my observation Canadians are very easy to control, our very favorite word is sorry, watch yourself tomorrow and see how many times you apologies for things your probably don’t have too. So when the MAN wants to stick some new policy down your throat you take it and say thank you come again. Generally we as Canadians also don’t want to rock the boat, hurt feelings, or be controversial. This is why i received no help from BC Civil Liberties, the great David Eby was working on much more socially palatable issues, not much hero work in helping a local clothing designer. So i did some research on my own and i have come up with this statement its 100% to the point and true as shit. “If you are a bar and you do not join barwatch goosestepping barwatch storm troopers will identify you as the enemy and treat you and your patrons like criminals, they will invade the establishment and make party goers feel like having a good time and wearing want you want is a crime or that you are in a dangerous place” as you can imagine not good for business. Now don’t feel bad for us, this small minded action buy the VPD has only strengthened our brand, your fan base is stronger than ever. Actually one more observation, you ever notice cops in the US are cool? you can talk to them, they aren’t jealous of what you have, I have been living in the US and Canada for quite sometime and I got to tell you the cops in the US are way cooler the cops in Canada, Canadian Cops have a real bad attitude, a chip on their shoulder, I don’t have the answer its just an observation
Below, a quote, some art, link to episode and teaser
“If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all. ” MIT Professor/LinguistNoam Chomsky
When I first started Deuce Custom Ink almost 7 years ago I created a custom store where people could bring their ideas to life on a unique one of a kind Canadian made garment. With that doctrine in mind, I have created a competition “WHO IS PETER PANDA” if you are a Dussault fan you will know who Peter Panda is and will also know every season we dress him in a different look. Its your turn to design a new version Peter for fall 2012, Matty Dillinger submitted an idea for us to create a classic gangster Peter and so we created him, Matty will be gifted the First edition of this hoodie once its created next year. If you want a free hoodie send us your ideas and if we use your suggestion you will get bragging rights and a free hoodie email@example.com below is a pic of gangster peter. Good Luck!
Below: a pic of my first shop in gastown, vancouver, BC, canada
tip from u-createcrafts.com: click pic below to learn how easy and fun it can be to create a one of a kind piece a wearable art and if have creative appreciative people in your life I believe this blog will bring you and your loved ones happiness.
I couldn’t have been more proud of Mashiah, the world is very lucky to have people like Treana Peake and Mashiah who travel to the ends of the earth to help people who have ZERO means. You dont need to travel around the world to help you only have to click HERE OR https://shop.obakki.com/ca/obakki-foundation
As for my part in the episode; every airing of Dussault Inc starts with me boasting about the fact I am a high school drop out, I am not proud of the fact I failed to complete a basic high school education, but having my marketing methods referenced in a university level text book where post secondary students learn from my self taught techniques makes me feel prideful.
I Miss you Jim, you where and will always be a far more talented artist than I, I only hope there is a life after and you had a chance to experience my gesture. I cant hear a Pink Floyd track without thinking of you
Thank you Colleen for introducing me to the incredible Robbie Wyckoff and this amazing opportunity to celebrate a friend who was ahead of his time.
It was an opportunity of a lifetime, and means more too me than anyone can know.
Play video below, then look at pix
below pix of the jackets i made for Robbie Wyckoff the singer of THE WALL
Above: Robbie and I have both lost special people in our lives, to represent our common losses, i manufactured a detail to pay tribute too our loved ones, on the left Robbie’s late mother on the right a piece of Jim’s art drawn when he was 13 years old