The No Fun Summer 2019 Collection and Other Updates

May 31, 2019

The No Fun Summer 2019 Collection and Other Updates

Well folks, this is it. The No Fun Summer 2019 Collection is here, and boy are we stoked! This is the first real collection we’ve done since moving into the new 888 Studio, and we’re really proud of how it came together.

We’ve been working on the Jinx capsule collection for literally a year now, slowly trying to get everything perfectly dialed-in for you. The blanket was designed pixel by pixel - stitch by stitch, and woven by a family-owned business in the States. The totes were hand printed and hand dyed at the 888 Studio, and the tees were printed here in Toronto too. This is by far one of the most thought-through collections we’ve ever done - and we really think it paid off. Bring some luck into your life!

Reilly and I both moved this past year, so we’ve had “home goods” on the mind, and I think that definitely came through in the specialty items this collection. We’re both the kind of people who like to have lots of options for organizing and storage, and are now both using all of our new trays to keep our homes organized. I, personally, use the “Multi-Use Tray” for change/keys by the door, and my partner promptly stole the “Target” ceramic tray to store her fancy jewelry in.

On another note- You’ve probably noticed that our prices are now a bit higher than they used to be. This is due to changes that we’ve made internally and along our supply line to ensure that No Fun moves forward sustainably, that you get the best possible quality version of an item that you can, and that our manufacturers, their employees, and our team members are treated fairly.

We’ve always tried our best to keep everything as affordable as it can possibly be - but we haven’t raised our prices for 9 years, and we realized that in order to continue to grow in the most ethical and responsible way possible, we would need to.

All this to say: we’ve upgraded the blanks we print our t-shirts on, so that they fit and feel better; we’ve moved our shipping supplies to either recycled or recyclable packaging; our socks, blankets, and several of our specialty items are made in America; all of our soft goods are printed right here in Toronto, and all of our team members make a Toronto-weighted living wage.

We hope you understand why we’ve had to adjust our prices due to these changes, and we look forward to your continuing support as we all try to grow into the best version of No Fun people that we can be.

Lots of love,
Grayson and Reilly