New Year Recap

Posted by San Franpsycho on Jan 2nd 2021

New Year Recap

Happy New Eve Year's Psychos! Even though we all had a tough year, we are so thankful for all the support we have received, and we want to share some of the better moments of 2020.

To start off the year, we replaced our closing Pop Up Shop at SFO with a new location in the legendary Haight-Ashbury corridor. If you haven't come by, what are you waiting for?! 1439 Haight St between Masonic and Ashbury, next to Cookies. We're so psyched to be apart of such a historical retail zone. You'll be impressed that the city has just redone the streets, sidewalks(literally sparkling), and put in new stop lights and street lights for safety. New Year, New Haight.

We developed a commemorative collection celebrating Golden Gate Park's 150th Anniversary! The park provides so much for us here in the city and this design with Nigel Sussman shares all of the fun and good times. Thanks to Parks and Rec for including us in the celebrations!

Working through the hardships of the year we started a new series on our Instagram and Blog called Surviving Together SF to support local businesses. By using fun IG videos and pics we were able to create awareness and marketing to help drive business for our community. Head to our highlights on Insta to check out some of our past collaborations.

This year instead of sales promotion we made an effort to donate portions of our profits to Non-Profit including

NAACP, SF LGBT Center, ACLU, & Cuesa. American Indian Culture Center , Bartenders Guild of America , Sunset ConnectSF Queer Nightlife FundTGIJP Justice, and City Surf Project. 

The pandemic has changed the way we live and even what we are creating. This year we designed an entirely new line of PPE products including Masks, Bandanas, and Neck Gaiters. Stay Safe & Stay Psycho!

Even though we couldn't party with you at OSL this year, we had the opportunity to collaborate with OSL on their virtual fest called "Inside Lands". Together, we created a custom merch line featuring local artist Zach Rowe. We're stoked to continue working with Outside Lands for over 11 years now!

Though we had already been making tie dye gear, the hype was so crazy that we jumped in and made even more this year.

We are so thankful for all of your support this year and cant wait to start creating and engaging with you our community in 2021. Happy New Year Psycho!