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Michael Cabral. Sophomore at CSUF.
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One of my dreams is for people to like what I create. 

Not in the sense where people look at something I make and say “oh that’s pretty cool dude.” No. To the point where they think, “I want to own this.” I guess what I’m really trying to say is that I want to have even a small purpose in people’s lives, as many people would of course. 

Clothing has always been important to me. Not in the sense of covering myself up and being clothed. but in the sense of appearance. Growing up, I didn’t have the money to get the clothes I wanted. I always got hand me downs, ugly clothes, or cheap clothes. Nice clothes was just something I wanted. I’m a very picky person when it comes to everything, but especially clothing. When I got the money to buy my own clothes, it was hard for me to even buy some of them because I didn’t find clothes I liked. It wasn’t til later when I realized that I could just make the stuff I like. 

That’s why I try to make and print my own clothes and designs. I want to bring in my own vision of what I think looks good. Some of the prints did not come out how I envisioned, but its progress. 

I know I’m not the best at it right now, but it is all a working progress. It’s fun. My main goal is to work on bigger projects aside from graphic design, such as major cut and sew projects and different types of print. 

I’ve also lost track of the main philosophy starting this. I wanted to create a company to generate a steady profit to help others around me. I wanted the money to go towards treating my family and friends for everything they’ve given/done for me. I also want to be able to give people opportunities for growing and being successful. There’s just so much on my plate that I keep pushing this back. I will get there though. 


Frank Ocean // Voodoo

(via engchris)







why dont these words rhyme

but for some god forsaken reason pony and bologna do

(via dasol-k)

Every now and then I would hear thumps on the wall behind my bed, and I usually just assumed it was my neighbors on that side making the noise. When the front office has announcements or whatever, they leave a memo taped onto our doors and they do it maybe every other week. I just noticed that my neighbor’s door has a couple of memos on there still, so I don’t think anybody lives there right now. So who the hell is knocking on my wall…


Hide (Tropkillaz Remix)