SHAOLIN JAZZ DREAM GIRLS – NYC Edition (behind-the-scenes)
When your work doesn’t feel like work then you’re doing something right and SHAOLIN JAZZ (despite the occasional hurdles) does precisely that for me. Enter DREAM GIRLS.
For those of you that have been following our various projects, about two years ago you’ll remember that 2-Tone and I developed a concept photo shoot, to help market and promote our SHAOLIN JAZZ T-shirts, called DREAM GIRLS. And as a reminder (and for you new people) the concept behind DREAM GIRLS is a nod to the 90′s female Hip-Hop head, who is just as knowledgeable, confident, participatory, and literate in Hip-Hop culture as her male counterparts – essentially a male Hip-Hop head’s ‘Dream Girl.’
Due to the positive feedback received from our first DREAM GIRLS shoot we’d always planned on doing another edition and last Thursday DREAM GIRLS – BKNYC was shot in Brooklyn by Chris Carr (Eat the Cake Photography/Brooklyn Wildlife), who shot our DC Edition as well as having shot some of our marquee events. We ended up getting great weather, chemistry between all of the girls, which led to some amazing shots.
To check out the full range of SHAOLIN JAZZ T-Shirts click here, be on the lookout for the full range of photos from the shoot, and to check out the behind-the-scenes pics I took click
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To check out the full photo shoot click here.
Posted on June 3, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged art vs commerce, bknyc, black hair, boshia rae-jean, brooklyn, chocolate drops, chris carr photography, dj 2-tone jones, dream girls, dyesha hicks, eat the cake nyc, fashion, gerald c watson II, hip hop, hip hop t-shirts, jazz, jazz t-shirts, laura weyl, madison square garding, melanie j b charles, models, msg, music t-shirts, natural beauties, natural hair, new york, photography, rap music t-shirts, shaolin jazz, shaolin jazz clothing, shaolin jazz dream girls, shaolin jazz dream girls nyc, shaolin jazz t-shirts, shaolin jazz the 37th chamber, t-shirts, whitney leigh brown, women. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.