Sure, by 19, Alexander the Great had annihilated the Sacred Band of Thebes, reigned as Regent of Macedon, and quite possibly engineered his father's assassination -- but did he ever start his own t-shirt company? Youthfully succeeding where he failed, TrickGo Philadelphia.
Taking business meetings between classes and talking loans over lunch, UArts sophomore Matt Trigaux has developed a line of high-quality cotton, limited-run tees, hoodies, and other gear sporting his own and fellow students' designs, plus collabs with respected street artists, all priced at "student-friendly" rates (though sadly, e-commerce still doesn't allow for weed barters). New tees nod to German engineering (VW bus encircled by laurel wreath), appendages (Carolina blue number from South Philly's "Nose One" depicting a dumb & dazed thumb-creature topped by a carefree, crowned mini-doppelganger), and a charcoal job with SWAT troops on the move, emblazoned with "CMYK RIOT", a frantic shout-out to...militant process color enthusiasts. Other freshness includes a counter-shaded black & gray hoodie, the Midnight crew w/ logo embroidered on back and signature VW over the left breast, and the Cage Free crewneck sweatshirt splattered with technicolor bird droppings, because "dark bird imagery is all over graphic tees today, so why not make them poop color and fly off?".
All orders are hand packaged by a small crew of UArts kids, who tend to toss in bonus goodies like stickers, pins, and sunglasses -- useful for Trigaux himself, whose future's so bright, he's gotta...not get poisoned by his treacherous royal cupbearer.