I can’t remember the last time I experienced standing shoulder to shoulder, watching an amazing band, rocking out to the bridge, singing a chorus in unison with an amazing crowd.
When was the last time you did that?
Remember how it felt? Remember the high after the gig? Remember how it made you want to take on the world?
An independent brand thriving in this competitive industry is worth discussing. We got to talk to Franz Deadways to give us insight of what it is like being an independent brand owner.
In August 2016, we released the Zerothreetwo Logo caps. Since then, we’ve seen our little logo pop out all over the world. We love it when you bring a little piece of Cebu with you. Our merch is for people in the know. Something that doesn’t scream, “I’m from Cebu!” Rather than a scream, it’s more like a wink and a knowing nod.
Drawing from that experience, we’ve re-released the Zerothreetwo Logo Caps in new colors that supplements the upcoming Summer months.
Most of our releases have leaned towards the dark end of the spectrum, now that summer is fast approaching, we want to show off the more colorful side of Zerothreetwo.
This is the first step towards more color.
Today, we get to talk to one of Cebu’s local artists, Vincent Eco about his job. Suffice to say, I think it’s time we shed the spotlight on local music and continue #supportinglocal!
When people learn that I commute via bicycle, the same questions pop up.
“Dili ba kuyaw? (Isn’t it scary?)” A little bit, there is no shortage of dash cam accidents that happen all over Cebu on the internet. “Dili ba init? (Isn’t it hot?)” This is the Philippines, so yes. “Dili ba abug? (Isn’t it dusty?)” Sometimes, but not as often as you think.
Biking as a commute around Cebu is not for everyone, but because of our traffic it might be the perfect option for you.