If you're super into nature and music and want to show your friends, an easy move's to swath yourself in hemp and tie-die -- the downside is your friends won't be able to appreciate how cool you look, because they won't exist. For the non-dirty-hippie in you, there's Teruo Artistry. The creation of a couple Santa Rosa brothers, Teruo's an indie streetwear label whose brightly colored pieces reflect a nuanced interplay between musical objects and flora/fauna (so, like a Jazz Newt?). Spring's bread and butter's a bevy of pre-shrunk cotton tees, screen-printed with slickly paneled graphics like a hummingbird extracting nectar from a gramophone, a lion face transposed onto a guitar in a Jamaican colorway, and a chunky boombox speaker emanating bright rays of sunlight, the international symbol for "bumping Tesh". A few tees stray from the overarching theme, like a crisp GG Bridge silhouette on orange, while the season's lone hoodie, dubbed "Chamber Music", features a pair of tightly gripped revolvers pointed outward, with musical notes dancing in the chambers -- ironically, you'll have no means of revenge when everybody's ogling your giant guns. Rounding out the line're a set of 100% wool fitted caps, some embroidered with rising suns and swirling clouds, others just with Teruo's logo, w/ an under-brim printed with mics, violins, and trumpets, to which your high school devotion was so complete, you're now left pining for even a hippie friend.