Hey, what's up, everyone? Welcome to my blog, where I share the story of how I started my graffiti based streetwear brand Y.A.H. Apparel. Y.A.H. stands for Young and Holy, because I wanted to create a brand that represents my faith and my passion for graffiti art. I've always been inspired by the older Marc Ecko Graffiti tees when I was a kid, and I wanted to make something similar but with my own twist.
My vision for Y.A.H. Apparel is to create a streetwear brand that resembles a graffiti crew, so the customers are part of the crew. When you wear Y.A.H. Apparel, you're not just wearing clothes, you're wearing a statement. You're saying that you're young, you're holy, and you're not afraid to express yourself through graffiti art.
I started Y.A.H. Apparel in 2020, during the pandemic. I’ve always has a passion for graffiti and street art, and I wanted to turn my passion into a business. I started by designing some logos and slogans on my computer, and then printing them on t-shirts and hoodies. I sold them online and I got some positive feedback from people who liked my style.
I decided to take it to the next level by creating my own website and social media accounts, where I could showcase my designs and connect with my customers. I also started collaborating with other graffiti artists to create some exclusive collections and expand my network.
Now, Y.A.H. Apparel is more than just a brand, it's a community. I have loyal customers from all over the world, who support me and share their photos and stories with me. I also have a team of talented graffiti artists who help me create new designs and products. We're always working on new ideas and projects, to keep our brand fresh and exciting.
I'm so grateful for the journey that Y.A.H. Apparel has taken me on, and I'm looking forward to seeing where it goes next. Thank you for reading my blog, and for being part of the Y.A.H. crew. Stay tuned for more updates, and remember: You're Young, You're Holy, You're Y.A.H.