creative types

calling all illustrators, painters and photographers, we have free gallery space in the carnaby street shop and it needs to be filled! email us at carnabyst@howies.co.uk and show us what you're made of!!!

printshop tumbles

  • Posted by hollie
  • 12 July 2011

I've just been down with the boys taking some photos for the howies printshop tumblr

Today on the menu is the first print of the new Find Some Place tee, and also a re-print of the Tour de France inspired tee of the moment - First or Last.

it may look simple.. but many colours means alot of different screens and rounds on the machine

tomos inspecting his handy work

et voilá - the finished product

Tidy Mike working on a ladies' First or Last tee

first layer - done.

lunch breakout

  • Posted by ade
  • 8 July 2011

too much stress?

too many spreadsheets open?

too much on the to do list?

too many deadlines?

too long in conference calls?

too many people need too much of you?

too many posted post its?

two running shoes

one lunch break

to the woods

Mini Ramp for Skateistan

  • Posted by alex
  • 6 July 2011



You may remember the mini ramp from catalogues past. 5ft tall, 16ft wide, tons of fun? Well, sadly the time has come to say goodbye.

It's been skated in a field. It's been skated in a barn. It's now not being skated in our warehouse.

We'll be putting the ramp up for auction on eBay towards the end of August and the winning bid will be donated to Skateistan who are giving kids in Afghanistan and opportunity to escape their daily lives through the outlet of skating.

We've got a few fantastic people on board to help us spread the word who have contributed to a tidy bundle of skating gear.

A signed Girl deck, and bundle from Form Distribution

Shoes from Vans

A custom setup from Shiner

And a years subscription to Sidewalk / Ride magazine from Factory media

Even the local courier will help ship it to the new owner for cost.

This appealing lot will hopefully help raise some money for a fantastic cause.

If you want to pledge something to the auction, please get in touch. Or if you just want to help, spread the word with a tweet. We'll be using the hashtag #howiesminiramp to spread the word.

Life is complicated. Sport is simple.

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howies have commissioned a print edition of this fabulous illustration by Lizzy Stewart as part of the Advice to Sink in Slowly scheme.

We've been working together with Advice to Sink in Slowly to help the passing of advice and inspiration to first year illustration students throughout the UK. The ongoing project, a series of posters designed by graduates, is given as a welcoming gift to every student starting a course at participating University.

Our adopted print will be for sale from tomorrow as an A2 lithograph print from Advice to Sink in Slowly, with proceeds helping to keep the scheme running and knowledge flowing.

As our way of sharing the wealth of knowledge, you might spot these words of wisdom on a T-shirt near you.

Watch this space.

£2000 of howies clothes

  • Posted by alex
  • 5 July 2011

A little while ago, Surfers Against Sewage came down to Cardigan to talk about plans for their annual raffle. Their plans are big, and it's no longer just about Surfers and just about Sewage.

This year, howies are helping SAS sell tickets to raise a target of £20,000. We're also giving away the headline prize - £2000 of our clothes.

But what does £2000 worth of clothes look like? Well, something like this...

SAS receive no government grants or funding, so it's up to us (that means you too) to help sell and buy tickets to raise this year's target of £20,000.

Like the video, we thought we'd give you an idea of what £20,000 could do:

£1 Could pay to send an item of identifiable marine litter back to the manufacturer

£10 Could pay for a family to attend a beach clean

£25 Could pay for SAS to attend a local pollution incident

£50 Could pay for a school talk to educate young people about marine litter

£100 Could get SAS in front of policy & decision makers

£250 Could help us train a regional representative to tackle environmental issues in your area

£500 Could contribute towards a campaign action, and help us lobby government and industry

£1000 Could pay for an investigation into the misuse and abuse of combined sewage overflows

£5000 Could pay for a scientific report into the threats facing your local beaches

Tickets will be £1 each, with 90p in every pound raised going to fight their causes.

As well as your pound helping to campaign for cleaner beaches and water your ticket could win you this bundle of howies kit, a hand-made wooden board, a bike, surf sessions and loads more great stuff.

It's almost time to dig deep (we'll let you know exactly when), but in the meantime write a sticky note or tweet this to let your mates know what's to come.

PS. If you can't wait, you can get involved with Surfers Against Sewage online now!

Warehouse skate

  • Posted by aron
  • 4 July 2011

Testing out the new GoPro in the new downstairs warehouse space.

breaking the speed limit

  • Posted by alex
  • 1 July 2011

Cardigan Street Race

The Street Race is starting to really take shape. Posters are back from the printers and street closures are approved for the race circuit.

So yesterday, we all combed our hair to present a £2000 cheque to Velo Teifi, our way of getting involved to kickstart the race.

Bank of howies Cheque

It's guaranteed to be an action-packed event acting as the final in the Welsh National Criterium Championships. The route is going to be fast, with the best riders in Wales coming to Cardigan to race at speeds of up to 40mph through the town centre.

The streets may be closed, but the race is very much open. howies will be racing for the coveted "Fastest Trader in the West" title and if you're interested in breaking the speed limit through town, you'd better get your entry form to get involved.

The day's not just for racers. If you can help marshal, set up or pack up, please get in touch with event organisers Velo Teifi.

There are also plenty of great spots along the route to watch and cheer riders along.


View Cardigan Street Race in a larger map

In case you're wondering what that all looks like, Ruben's just popped out and filmed a quick lap:

Beach to Border Catchup

  • Posted by alex
  • 1 July 2011

You've might've read Ade's writeup of Rob Penn's visit to howies last month as he set off to ride from Cardigan to the Hay Festival.

This great video captures the essence of the Beach to Border ride. Taking in 120 miles of quiet Welsh roads, Rob and Co ride from the Irish Sea through the Teifi Valley, over the Cambrian Mountains and south to Hay-on-Wye.

Sometimes life's about taking things slow and filling your day with laughter. Sometimes it's about adventure and pushing yourself further and harder than before. Either way, It's All About the Bike.

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