Checked out Subculture’s site but never clicked on ‘SHOP’? Oh you haven’t done that yet? What are you waiting for, roads?!
In April, Subculture will be happy to announce the official launch of our Subculture Store. Until then, be sure to keep looking out for little teasers from us. Here’s one of them! Hint: Roads.
Under 21? Or just too excited to wait until the doors open at Green Room? Check out how Subculture is brining By Way of Wes Anderson around Fort Lauderdale:
Note: Saskatchewan plays at 7pm.
By Jon Welin
Remember those awesome Sincerely Yours, Marty McFly shirts made inside the lobby? Well the man, Jordan Thompson, and the business, The Fine Print Shoppe, made it happen. For By Way of Wes Anderson, The Fine Print Shoppe will be returning and bringing their own unique perspective. Here’s what Thompson told us…
On what to expect for their Wes Anderson-themed shirt design
"I definitely want to capture the unique organic character-filled feel behind his films."
His top five current designs
1. West Side
2. Calling all Captains
3. Zombies only want me for my Body
4. Hot for Creature
5. Release the Kraken
Favorite Wes Anderson character?
"I’m going to have to cheat and say the Tenenbaums as a whole are my favorite. There’s a great deal of character in the Royal Family."
On what to accomplish for By Way of Wes Anderson
"I just want to do it justice and have people walk away excited about the designs we put together."
Excited for By Way of Wes Anderson? Read below how Green Room's own Miguel Bravo partnered with Subculture to give people a night to remember…
Breaking The Rules
"…By Way of Wes Anderson will be the first time that each artist gets creative control over a different section of the venue to create a ‘scene’, in this case a different Wes Anderson movie. I can’t wait to see what each artist comes up with."
Beyond Your Wildest Dreams
When walking into Green Room, Miguel will be on the lookout for
Making It All Come Together
"The entire staff at GR, from the marketing team to the DJs to the bartenders, cares about how our nights fare and actively participates in the creative process.
It’s a pleasure to work with a group such as Subculture that’s dedicated to the same goal: to make Ft Lauderdale a more interesting place.”