Congratulations to Jenny, who has outdone herself again: launching a T-Shirt company that smashes it to bits and bobs. I was most pleasantly surprised when I arrived in Los Angeles last week, when at a ‘catch-up’ gathering, the lady herself showed me the roll from her photoshoot, including some quite grand captures of Miss Brenda and Kiersa — my missus and roommate. The launch of Tuco T-Shirts is just one exciting element of the Coed Design team (Luc & Jenny Ryf Doucedame), of which I will be posting more about in the future. Proud to have been friends with these two since pretty much the week I first landed in LA, especially for the sweetest of mini-vacations over the years!
TU·CO -[too-koh] noun.
- character from “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” (1966): A wanted man in the American Old West with a price on his head of $2,000. His motto:
“There are two kinds of people in the world my friend, those with a rope around their neck and the people who have the job of doing the cutting.”
- character from “Breaking Bad” (2009): An erratic Mexican drug kingpin.
- A brand of garment designed for those with a light-hearted/black-hearted sense of humor and a lust for life.
Tuco shirts get better with time. There is no better piece of clothing than a well worn favorite t-shirt.