In 2019 Jacob Webster wrote and directed a short film titled the TUFFNESS. This is my interview with him about his experience when filming his first short film.
"A short film by aspiring film makers about a boy dealing with his manhood. "The Tuffness" aims to freely express some of the feelings going on in a young man's mind as he grapples for purpose."
Unfortunately the Party tee was not ready to be released today, this is largely due to commitment to new work that will be shared soon.
In the mean time you can watch this video that Jacob Webster made. I personally think it is one of the greatest videos I've ever watched.
"feelings get pulled off the shelf in no discernible order and tossed into the boiling pot. the steam is thick and colorful."
Good Movie 3 by Jacob Webster, featuring skating from some of the main homies.
To Whom It May Concern: I never get personal with Moco. I try to keep it as disconnected with myself as possible. I always treat Moco as something bigger than it is, I say ‘we are doing this’ or ‘we are doing that’ but for the most part it is just me and while the year is still new I’d like to share a few things. For those of you who don't know my name is Jeremy Treagus and I am the creative director of Monumental Co., or as it will more commonly referred to in the future; Moco. The idea for this...
The event to restock and launch our online website YOLK, Hosted by Street Food restaurant "No Fixed Address" in Observatory. We premiered YOLK - A Jacob Webster film on the night and the turnout was a huge success. Thank you to everyone who came through, you can watch the video here x