We wanted to give every piece in our debut collection a first appearance worth remembering. We released tees, hoodies, sweatshirts, and dad hats that don our two logos.
Our 100% French terry cotton cream hoodies have our written logo, “one race. the human race.” embroidered in fine gold at the chest. The left sleeve reads “what makes up our human race? every single human being since the beginning of time .. regardless of their race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.” Our sweatshirts, which are also in cream, have our written logo embroidered at the chest. Unlike our hoodies, our crewnecks do not come with the printed text on the sleeve, as we wanted to offer a simple, yet neat look.
We knew our trademark DNA logo, which has “one” written out in human DNA, needed to be introduced in a very respectable manner, as it is too precious and unique to be underappreciated. We knew we had to get our audience thinking about the meaning behind the logo while offering a top-notch, stylish look. By adding “race. the human race.” in a somewhat sloppy (cuz we reckless outchea cuhh) handwritten font underneath the logo, it gets the viewer thinking - as clearly it doesn’t all add up until you understand the DNA logo. Once the DNA logo is understood, one can begin to truly appreciate the masterpiece. Our 100% cotton tees come in black and white and have an oversized fit to them.
Many of us love to top off our outfits with a dad hat. Our adjustable dad hats have “one race. the human race.” embroidered at the front in white, “all people” printed on one side, and “all equal” printed on the other — reminding us that regardless of our race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation, we share a commonality in our humanity. Printing “all people all equal” on the sides was inspired by hip-hop artist Logic, who says “we all people, all equal,” on his 2015 song, "City of Stars."
Our designer, Zay, is always working on new designs and already has over 50 designs planned out and cannot wait for them to be released. We humans may be of different races, religions, genders, or sexual orientations, but together, we all make up the human race. We want to thank each and every single one of you for spreading this unifying message! If you wish to reach out to us for any reason, please visit our contact page.