It's been a while since we heard from Joseph "Sentock" Perez -- the Phoenix artist moved to Chicago over a year ago and has been making a name for himself in the Windy City.
But this weekend, he's back with Eighty Grand Clothing to bring "No Kings No gods," a collaborative collection, to Phoenix.
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According to Perez, the idea for the collection came from the experience of Glendale-based entrepreneur Pablo "Pretty Pablo" Sapien, who owns Eighty Grand.
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Sapien kept hearing the "rules" of what streetwear should look like and represent. Sapien ran the "rules" by Perez, and over a couple of conversations, the two decided to react.
Perez writes that his message is one of an equal community: "Creating a T-shirt with social commentary on dogmatic elitism, egos, and the power hunger the fashion industry has created. Using many of notable signatures in the designs it is a sure hit for all."
"No Kings No gods" will be up for grabs Saturday night at The Lab 137 on Roosevelt Row from 5 to 9 p.m. Live performances include DJFresh85 and DJ Mane One.