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WHAT IS WHADAFUNK ⁉️  ⚡️ I Make Clothes & Have Fun ☠️ Hand Silk Screen Printed / Made In New York 🔴 Shop Online 🔴

I tried playing hookie all day but the work kept calling me. Decided to finish building the rest of the silkscreens I was making, because this is what’s fun to me. Always need to be creating & making things & working.

I’m just playing hookie today. Shhhh don’t tell my boss.

Step 1: Get a bunch of long pieces of wood, size out and create angles. Building our own silk screens. cause why buy them when you can make them yourself for a fraction of the cost??? Or force your little brother to make them for you. Thanks @cody_g814

The finished product (for now) til I look at it for 5 hours & decide to change something. Hopefully this will grab a little attention at the @Whadafunk Pop Up Shops. I’m always trying to find new ways to add to the Pop Up Shops.

This is the work In progress shot I took. I finished the tank up last night & I’ll be posting the finished pic later on today.

One of today’s projects. I bought this gas tank for $5 & painted it + put it in a art show. But I just painted over it because I wanted to put a Follow Us On Instagram Display for my table when I do @Whadafunk Pop Up Shops. It’s not complete yet. I’ll show the finished pic when it’s done ⚡️⚡️

The homie @edsantos_artist rocking his “Twisted Snake Denim Pocket T-Shirt” in this cool hallway to a basement party in Brooklyn.

This is the final product of what I’ve been working on all day. Just wait til you see the arms of these sunglasses. This is just a preview & they will be available soon. ⚡️⚡️⚡️

Step 5: After pinning the Velcro & label on. It is now time to sew them. & now we are almost finished.

Step 4: After sewing the both pieces of fabric together. The next thing that I’m doing is adding Velcro strips that I cut to the top of the case. I was thinking of doing a rope closure but I figure Velcro would be more sturdy & easier to make. I also added the Whadafunk label to the front of the pouch because...it obviously needs to say Whadafunk on there somewhere.

Step 3: After pinning the fabric together, I sewed it at the top & all around the edges to keep it secure & from moving around. This was actually the easy part. Thanks for watching this little series I’m doing for the day. Hope I give you some type of value. If you have any questions about what I’m doing just let me know!

Step 2: Pinning the two pieces of fabric together & getting them ready to sew together. Every hour I will be updating with progress videos of the next step with what I’m doing today.

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