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Advertising Apr 7, 2011

Freshjive Moving Pictures

Freshjive has launched a new program, Freshjive Moving Pictures, conceived to push the boundaries of traditional garment advertising. The first film is “Bicycle Seat.” Rick Klotz, owner, says, “I’ve had this 45 single of a Caribbean… Read more
Art Feb 17, 2011

Freshjive x Tofer Chin T-Shirts & Exhibition

Opening February 25th, 2011, artist Tofer Chin will be exhibiting a collection of photographs at Reserve LA. The exhibition, entitled Courtesy Valley Phone, will celebrate the collaboration between Tofer and Freshjive for two 2 t-shirts in… Read more
Fashion Dec 1, 2010

Freshjive Holiday 2010 Collection

Prominent California streetwear label Freshjive presents the next chapter in their now-unbranded legacy. For Holiday 2010 we see a wide range of wearable, classic items presented in a manner that is anything but boring. Available shortly… Read more
Fashion Sep 20, 2010

Freshjive x NORML T-Shirt

Along with the Rick Klotz exhibition at NORML Clothing, they will be releasing this collaborative t-shirt with Freshjive. The tee features the works by Klotz, that will also be exhibited at the show. It is only limited to 24 pieces. … Read more
Fashion Sep 18, 2010

Freshjive Fall 2010 Collection

Freshjive presents their first full unbranded season for Fall 2010. With a collection focusing on a unique spin on traditional cut and sew, Freshjive takes it’s first full step into the marketplace as a contemporary menswear line… Read more
Accessories Aug 31, 2010

House Industries & Freshjive for Reserve

Freshjive introduces a new collaboration between themselves, House Industries and the Reserve store. The “Type Nerd” t-shirt and Ampersand tote bags coincide with last weeks House exhibit at the Reserve store, which coincided with the… Read more
Design Aug 31, 2010

House Industries for Freshjive/Reserve

Rick Klotz not only invited the House Industries team to exhibit at Reserve LA during the TYPECON convention, he also tapped them for a special collaboration. The “Type Nerd” t-shirt has obvious appeal to the graphic designer. The… Read more
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