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Marta Burleson’s Bombera Scarf

December 9th, 2009 by Larry


Our friend, Marta Burleson from Armchair Media, just sent in these photos of her modeling our Bombera scarf in a few fun ways. Get yours here.

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Anatomy Magazine – PROCESS Feature Story

December 8th, 2009 by Larry


A few months back I received a phone call from Jonathan Beckles, a writer from a new digital magazine called Anatomy. He asked if I’d be willing to chat about our brand, PROCESS, and answer some questions he had about brands outside of NYC as well as the meaning behind some of our design elements. It was the first time I’ve conducted an entire interview over the phone. It was wild, but hopefully I didn’t say, “like” or “uh” too many times.

Head over to to see a preview of the first issue of Anatomy.
Note: In order to see our story, you have to subscribe (for Free) via Email or RSS.

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Nike Air Max 1 iD

December 7th, 2009 by Larry


Finally! You can customize your very own pair on Nike Air Max 1′s online at This is something I’ve been looking forward to doing for a long time. Just don’t copy my Poppyseed Bagel, Lox, & Cream Cheese inspired pair.

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A Word with GREG.MIKE

December 7th, 2009 by Larry

One of our favorite ATL-based artists, GREG.MIKE, recently sat down with Oh Snap Kid and spoke openly about his Popstars & Cokeheads art collection.

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Stranger Day – Cristo Disco Ball

December 7th, 2009 by Larry

Our buddies, Stranger Day & Cristo Disco recently filmed this music video for their collaborative track, Cristo Disco Ball. They were kind enough to fully gear up in PROCESS clothing during their shoot. Enjoy! Warning: Lyrics NSFW!

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Bombera Street Scarf

December 4th, 2009 by Larry


Our Bombera Street Scarf is now available in the PROCESS Online Boutique and in-town at Standard. Measuring 43″ x 43″ it’s versatile enough to cover your neck in various ways, whether it’s a wintery bike ride or a snooty-holiday party. See more details after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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Set It Off: Will Scruggs

December 2nd, 2009 by Larry

photo by Mark Adams

Will Scruggs

CC Booker III


Where are you from?
Born in ATL – raised in Raleigh, NC

Who do you work for? 
Myself… I’m a saxophonist, singer, and band leader. I also freelance as a hired gun sax man, teach some private lessons, and I’m sponsored by Jupiter Saxophones.

What are your Current Project(s)? 
I have two projects of my own – Will Scruggs Jazz Fellowship and CC Booker III feat. Will Scruggs. You can find me around town with KINGSIZED, Cadillac Jones, Lloyd’s Rocksteady Review, and the Soulphonics w/Ruby Velle. I also play in a horn section called the FunderHorns… we’ve recorded with Natalie Cole, Dallas Austin, Cee-Lo and Jermaine Dupri, among others. 

Who would you love to work with?
Wow… although I’m a jazz specialist I love many different kinds of music, and I’d love to get outside my genre a bit. Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon are a couple of my biggest musical heroes who are still active. I’d also love to collaborate with someone like Bela Fleck, just from a standpoint of pure creativity of sound. When I was a kid my favorite band was The New Grass Revival (Bela Fleck, John Cowan, Sam Bush). I got to play and record with Cowan this year (he’s appearing on my next CD) but I’ve never met Sam or Bela. 

If you had to give all your sneakers away to charity except for one pair, which ones would you keep? 
Wow, that’s tough. I ran a PR in the ING Georga Marathon last year in a pair of brown on brown New Balance ZIPs. Definitely the most stylish running shoes I’ve ever owned, plus there’s the sentimental value. 

What’s on your iPod right now?
I’m listening to the soundtrack from Rosemary’s Baby… some crazy stuff. Also, Random Abstract by Branford Marsalis and American Song by Andy Bey.

What’s your Favorite ATL food?
Miss Anne’s World Famous Ghetto Burger. Or the smoked wings at Fox Bros. And my really guilty pleasure is Wing and Philly on the corner of Moreland and Memorial (I’ve gotta eat greasy after a long run).

What’s your Favorite ATL hangout?
Blue Frog Cantina dollar tacos – Mon/Tues in East ATL.  Or Churchill Grounds on weekends.

What are your Pet Peeves?
Ankle Tendonitis. The BCS. Glenn Beck, Hannity, Rush, and similar haters. Unexpected traffic (it’s not so bad if you’re ready for it, like at rush hour).

Shout outs?
CC Booker CD release party Friday Feb. 26th at Eddie’s Attic. Book it! 

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PROCESS Holiday Sale

December 1st, 2009 by Larry


Begins today! Head over to for limited time savings! We’ve never marked down the prices on our gear and we probably won’t do an event like this again for a very long time. Lots of colorways and sizes are available now, but they’ll go fast!

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Rehab – 1980 (Steaknife Remix)

December 1st, 2009 by Larry


Rehab just released this exclusive remix via their twitter account. I changed the colorway of the single art I created a few weeks back for this track. Falcons throwback helmets anyone???

Download: Rehab – 1980 (Steaknife Remix)

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