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Hi – I’m Drew and I’m a California Cowboy.

To get real, the reason we’re not that serious is because some serious shit went down when I was in high school and it turned me into a bit of a clown, to the point where I enjoyed shocking the occasional social victim, often at my own expense: always in good spirit, hurt no one, crack up, birth the party.

Looking back, I trace the origins of California Cowboy back to this tough time in my life. The summer before my senior year of highschool, I became very ill and was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. I was forced to spend a lot of time at home: in bed, on my couch, and away from my friends whom I held so dear. This was hard for me. Actually, it really sucked.

I was an outgoing, athletic, fun-loving kid who grew up riding the waves and slopes of California. Now, I was breaking up outpatient treatment with “The Price is Right” and “CHiPS” reruns (wait, that doesn’t sound half bad…I digress.) I was absent from school for a good chunk of my senior year, and I missed the social interaction, the fun, getting out there and clowning around. Thankfully, I got back to my old self a few years later and did so with a renewed appreciation for self-deprecating humor.

Laughter may not be the best medicine, but man, does it ease the pain in everyone’s life. We all take our jobs and our lives seriously – the trick is not to take yourself too seriously while you do it.

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Artist Spotlight: Illustrator Melissa Garden

I had a really beautiful home studio that had a sun porch but I was working from home and so there were days when I didn’t put pants on and that wasn’t helpful (laughs). I got this space so that I had to get up and go somewhere every day.

California Cowboy’s Highly-Personal-&-Incredibly-Biased Guide To Pigging Out On Chestnut St.

Some of this information was only wrested out of certain recalcitrant individuals (you know who you are) after they were threatened with being locked in the storeroom toilet till they divulged where they got their breakfast burrito from.

The Abbot Kinney Festival in Venice, LA, is going down this Sunday (9/24). Here’s how to make the most of it.

Here are some California Cowboy-worthy tips to help you get the most out of your Abbot Kinney Festival experience: 1. Have A Plan With over 300 stalls selling everything from tattoo lubricant to a Cointreau Crème Brûlée donut, you’ll want to have a strategy in place...

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