Oh You Pretty Things
In memory of Jack Schell (Jacko)- wearing our "80's CAR" t-shirt- with John Kazanjian (in our "QUESTION HEART" tee). Several photos included (click image).
He was once a business partner and designer for Love Nico- my old friend geared up in our "VOLUME" design. Several photos included (click image).
The unbelievably gorgeous Monica Watkins wearing a design from our animated storybook, "Realmshift".
Long time friend and GENIUS. This girl does everything. Writer, filmmaker, photographer, journalist. Incredible person. More photos included, click image to view.
An artist extraordinaire, visionary, and good friend. Wearing our "GUNNED" design.
Close friends since youth, Fran was the one that got away, and Greg chased her down. Now they're married (I married them) with children. But they still look fabulous. Several images included of them modeling Love Nico (click photo to view).
One of Love Nico's best selling designs to date. A bit of that trippy 80's nostalgia- can you still taste the Cheese Doodle stains on your fingertips?
One of the tools of the trade. I mix all of my water-based inks by hand. I have over 40 regularly used colors in all of my designs.
Hala inspired an entire animated web storybook that we made into our entire Love Nico website in 2009. She played "Blue", the goddess/deity of water and emotions (and the color blue). She's wearing the "Blue" tee from that series, which was named "Realmshift".
The talented artist known as Jayel Draco wearing our "GTO" tee. Several photos included (click image).
One of the most incredible dancers I've ever seen. She performed with "Jigsaw Soul", an excellent Brooklyn band that incorporated dance, props, and video. Pros, and good friends. Several images of the band wearing our gear included (click photo).
Love Nico outfitted this talented band on MANY occasions, even working with them on dual-lighting outfits for both UV and regular lights. Fun times that are dearly missed.
The designer's mom hails from Norway, and grew up with a lot of Norwegian events. There was a solid community of Scandinavian culture in Brooklyn. This shirt became the "informal" outfit for hundreds around America to those Norskie events, and continues to sell today. More photos included, click image (yes that's the designer in a hand-made Valkyrie outfit).