We’re always super stoked to see people repping Strong Island tees and James Massey got in touch via Twitter (@strongislanduk) with a photo of him sporting the a 2011 anchor logo tee all the way over over in New Orleans, quite a way from our sunny isle! Send us over a pic of you in a Strong Island tee and we’ll pop it up on the blog too.
P.S. We’re also interested in seeing where Strong Island stickers end up too, the more unusual or unexpected the better so send us some pics of those too…
I’m more interested in the curiously similar-to, pompey looking, upside-down star and moon symbol in the middle of that police sign?
New Orleans is a famous Portsmouth Colony, in fact scholars maintain that the world famous Bourbon Street was originally called Dinlo Road, but was renamed once independence was gained.
If you visit the Old Quarter you can still find the vestiges of Kenneth’s Kebabs. Probably some sort of colonial community centre.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/katethesmith1990/6961825187/in/photostream Saw this Southsea Bronx sticker on a pole on Eastney beach the other week. It’s seen better days…