Setting your mind on being open-minded is a trippy concept: can intentional thought really be free-thinking? That's a stupid idea. At least trying to make mission-free openness their mission: Index Ink
An OC-based clothier set on open-minded exploration/collaboration with "no creative line", previously tee/hoodie-centric Ink's just dropped a significantly broader line of streetwear repping its "family" of sponsored riders/ DJs/ artists, all started by a dude who spent eight years surf-outfitting at Lost, despite everyone getting tired of Hurley after like six. Heavy garbing includes the black zip-up "Last Fix" hoodie with a fixie-riding skeleton, Western-style flannels like the black/red "Roustabout" with pearl snap closure, and a selection of skinny- or regular-fit jeans durably built to "let you bail a couple times without a rip", just like Dog the Bounty Hunter. Tees come via joints in the "Artchive Series" (accompanied by free limited edition prints for the first 25 sold) including "A Better Tomorrow" with a city-destroying, tie-donning, cartoony robot, and non-print-accompanied fun like "In Your Face" featuring a dog's arse wearing shades, and a skateboard-sprouting oak in "The Giving Tree", which's printed on recycled material and comes with the promise that five trees'll be planted for each sold, which is crazy, as you only need like three, four boats max
Ever expanding, they're now hawking laptop/ iGadget skins like the the colorfully-chaotic "Robot Meltdown" -- also what happens when even the most thoughtful machines try to compute the idea of hard-set open-mindedness...cause everyone knows robots are stupid.