Oh yeah…these are out, Men’s and Women’s. $OHO crew necks #wontlast #limited. Luke Wessman Self Made. Models Brian T and Christie W. Thank you.
I’m off to Spain for a minute but wanted to post at least one shot from my friend Mike’s art show the other night at Wooster Street Social Club. Perfect night, great people. Thanks to everyone who came out to support our friend.
I love that my friends are much cooler then me, and let me hang out with them. Toby Morse from H20 is a great friend and always makes sure I’m good at his shows. This tour Toby, Adam, Todd, Todd, and Rusty are touring with some very popular bands and personal friends, Alkaline Trio and […]
We are hosting a art show at Wooster Street Social Club for one of my good friends Michael aka “Monstrinho” on the 21st of this month. Soho NYC ! For details please email firstname.lastname@example.org Be there or be square.
Lostartofthegentleman now has over 4000 followers since we started its own Instagram account almost 9 weeks ago. It’s nice to see it blossom and be followed by good people that enjoy the post on being a gentleman, morality, sexuality, how to treat a woman, and things of that nature. Thank you to all the men […]
Brian and Dianna tied the knot last Saturday with a fairytale wedding. By far one of the nicest weddings I have ever been to, and I’m not just saying that because they are family. It truly was beautiful. So much hand done work and well thought out decor made this beautiful out door wedding a […]
A couple people here I have great respect for, Estevan Oriol and Tim Hendricks. I had the honor to sit down and be interviewed by Estevan at my brothers warehouse on my last trip to cali. I’m thankful and honored, I owe a lot to the big homies I grew up around for putting me […]
I sat down with my friend Jake Szufnarowski and had a hour long conversation about my life, my Lost Art Of The Gentleman thing, tattooing, fighting and some other stuff. I’ve done a little radio but this is the first time I have done a podcast. It was cool to do it with a friend. […]
I had the honor to contribute a painting for my brothers company Violent Gentlemen’s first art show / season opener party. Who better to paint than Wayne Gretzky aka “The great one” who is credited with popularizing hockey in California, after his years with the Kings. It was fun painting a subject matter I’ve never really […]