QualityPeoples.com have been exploring and documenting Mexican & Hawaiian beach culture for quite some time. When you visit their page you can find any number of creative mediums that provoke and inspire. Their latest is a debut line of well designed T’s based on Mexican surf and street culture. Take a look and head over to their site to show some love for some talented artists. All contact information for sales, Pr is located at the bottom of this page.
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Quality Peoples started in 2010 as an art collaboration between Ed Fladung and John Esguerra. Both quit their jobs and moved to a foreign culture independently. Ed moved to Mexico, and John to Hawaii. Connected by the Internet, they found camaraderie as surfers, artists, and designers. It was out of these common seeds that Quality Peoples grew as a brand inspired by their experiences in their respective cultures.
Quality Peoples takes cues from Mexican folklore and street culture, Hawaiian surf history, timeless men’s style, contemporary art, and the nomadic nature of a life lived in search of waves.
2011 marks Quality Peoples’ debut collection: “And The Waves Will Wash It All Away,” an homage to the restorative powers of the ocean.
Quality Peoples has a profit sharing arraignment with P.E.A.C.E., an umbrella non-profit organization in coastal Nayarit, Mexico that provides multiple services to the surrounding communities.
For every t-shirt sold Quality Peoples funds one afternoon of after-school programs for a child through P.E.A.C.E., a non-profit organization that provides much-needed holistic education in rural coastal areas of Mexico. For more info, please visit P.E.A.C.E