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Are everywhere and trendyLittle Miss Christmas By Roger Hargreaves shirt . Designs are a dime a dozen. Sons of Awesome, a new and lifestyle brand based in Calgary, AB, is focused on making killer tees that don’t get dumped at Goodwill every time the trends change. Founded in 2015 by designer Jeff Fraser and internet marketer Christian Watson, Sons of Awesome creates thoughtful, unique designs that make a statement. Some of these statements are bold and probably not safe for work. All designs are printed on Bella+Canvas, including the awesomely soft tri-blend short sleeve tee.of Awesome also offers a selection of coffee mugs that complement the designs. They’re also working on beanies and hats, which are set to drop in sometime during February.Going by the motto ‘All Heart’, Swim Clothing Company is known for incorporating their trademark heart design in many pieces and crafting bright, colorful designs.
Their three-piece release for winter is the perfect ending for SWIM’s second year in businessLittle Miss Christmas By Roger Hargreaves shirt .Swim Clothing founder, Gabe Mebratu had this to say about the company, “the heart symbolizes self-reliance, and the hope is that the concept is embodied by our fans. Taking a chance to do anything takes a great deal of heart. We always try to have that be at the forefront of our mission as a company. We want to give fans that.”just launched their first line of The company was founded as a way to support local art through reproduction of artwork on fabric, while giving back to the community through charitable donations. A portion of the proceeds go to help fund children’s music and art education programs.”The arts are under fire with budget cuts, and private schooling is cost prohibitive for so many,” says owner Dan Hausser. “Music can play a pivotal role in the lives of our youth. Beginning music education at an early age was helpful to me in so many ways, and a great outlet for self expression. I am hoping that people will join the movement to keep art in the lives of our youth.”