Hey, fashion lovers! Welcome to another #Fashionfriday blog post where I share with you the latest news and updates about my streetwear brand, Y.A.H. Apparel. Today, I want to talk to you about one of my most popular and personal graffiti artworks, "Work Hard Pray Hard".
You may have seen this piece on some of my hoodies and tees. It features a spray-painted slogan in bold letters, with a stylized praying hands. The colors are vibrant and eye-catching, and the message is simple but powerful.
So, what does "Work Hard Pray Hard" mean to me? Well, it's a reflection of my life philosophy and my journey as an artist and entrepreneur. I believe that nothing comes easy in life, and you have to work hard to achieve your goals and dreams. But I also believe that you need to have faith and trust in God. I pray hard every day to thank Him for the opportunities and blessings He has given me, and to ask Him for guidance and protection.
That's why this artwork was created, to inspire myself and others to work hard and pray hard. It's also a tribute to the graffiti culture that influenced me since I was a kid. I grew up in a rough neighborhood, where graffiti was a form of expression and resistance.
Graffiti taught me a lot about life, art, and business. It gave me the skills, the confidence, and the passion to start my own streetwear brand. And it also gave me the opportunity to connect with other artists and customers who share my vision and values.
That's why I'm so proud of this artwork, and why I want to share it with you. It's not just a slogan or a design. It's a statement of who I am and what I stand for. And I hope it resonates with you too.
So, if you like this artwork and want to support my brand, check out my online store where you can find "Work Hard Pray Hard" products in different styles and sizes. And don't forget to follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and Tic Toc for more updates and sneak peeks of my upcoming collections.
Thank you for reading this blog post, and stay tuned for more #Fashionfriday content. Until next time, work hard, pray hard, and stay fly!