In April of 2012, two friends Kage Parker and Christopher Harvin, both graduates of Oglethorpe University, decided to start a business, with one ultimate goal, to start a movement. Using a business to inspire, provoke, and gain; so the movement is fully sustainable, and useful to the leaders, artists and causes with the same initiatives.
How do you empower people, spread
cultural awareness, support and promote
progressive causes, and effectively create social change, all at the same time, successfully?
On January 21, 2013 (Martin Luther King Day), Kage the artist, and Chris, the entrepreneur started a t-shirt company,
and developed a brand to help weld the generation towards a different kind of movement.
FLIdP, symbolizes change and represents the creation of more from less—to “FLIdP the script”.
Our mission is to inspire our generation to take action and make conscious decisionsas a lifestyle. The people most familiar with this lifestyle are those who choose to...
l i v e a b o u t i t.
A phrase created from the belief that the most important key for creating change is action, fueled by passion, and driven by art & culture.
Our products consist of eco-friendly, organic and recycled materials
manufactured in sweatshop-free
environments, predominantly in the United States.
The t-shirt is the canvas and the new
propaganda of today is the art.
Kage Parker and his team of FLIdP artists contrive designs for various cultural movements, human rights issues, progressive causes and non-profit foundations.
FLIdP aims to be a responsible clothing company, practicing sustainability and ensuring fair laboring practices.