The 23-year old creative, Julian Armstrong, is a DIY toy creator making nostalgic items that bring back fond memories of things like N64 and Pokemon. Starting as a clothing company in 2015 selling hand-drawn T-Shirts, Armstrong’s brand Euphoric Supply has now made stuff for peeps like ASAP Rocky & Tyler, the Creator. After selling over 200 toys in a day from a tagged post from Tyler, Armstrong has since stepped up his game and can produce roughly 60 of these items every day.
McLaren made with Custom Tyler, the Creator packaging
Giant Pokemon card made for Lil Yachty's Birthday
Mud for Mud Boy
Takashi Murakami Doll
One of Armstrong’s first big breaks was for the ASAP team. He made a few “testing” dolls in the theme of Rocky’s recent “Injured Generation” Tour and posted them on his Insta. He would wait for Rocky to post an Instagram and immediately comment “please go look at the Testing dolls I made”. Later that day, one of Rocky’s team members reached out asking him to make 100 dolls for the tour and also ended up meeting the team backstage at his first performance since being released from jail in Sweden.
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