An outtake from tonight’s selfie session (I have a tripod and remote control for my  old Nikon, and haven’t used either in years), to try and get a photo for the new t-shirts. 

Karin wanted to be driving the truck.  Yes,  we are absolutely crazy, but I think these last few are the best family photos we’ve ever taken.  

The Spring ’16 Olson & Son Hopyard T-shirts

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The Spring 2016 Olson & Son Hopyard T-shirts are in and I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out. Yes, I selected the colors because of our new Hopyard truck, and yes, we are crazy enough to ramp Liam’s wheelchair into the truck bed solely in order to take this picture. Liam’s shirt is the inverse colors and his has CEO stitched on the sleeve because we all know he’s the one in charge . . .
Shirts will be available in limited sizes at tomorrow’s event. but if you cannot make it in person fear not! Tomorrow at the same time as the event a limited time only web sale of these t-shirts will open for the next two weeks. All sizes available and shipped right to your door! Watch this space for the link, and please tell all your friends. #olsonandsonhopyard

Liam Love — Sunday June 19th 2016


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Every day during the month of May, my father, Liam’s Grampa, made bowls in his pottery.Like children, these bowls are one of a kind, made with love and in the moment. Rough around the edges these handmade stoneware bowls will be smooth and food safe inside. On June 19th, Father’s Day, My father and I hope that you can join us in the ISB Gallery of Rhode Island School of Design (55 Canal Walk, Providence RI) for Liam Love, a pottery sale to benefit the Liam the Lion Fund.

In addition to dozens of handmade unique stoneware bowls, the event will feature the unveiling of this year’s limited edition Olson & Son Hopyard t-shirt available for purchase in some sizes and orders for others, and also our brand new branded 12oz belgian beer glasses will be for sale.

Attendeeswill be treated to a retrospective exhibition of the wonderful paintings of

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