Tie-dye master, family man, and manager of ThunderCloud’s Georgetown location Nathan Wolfers is taking the neighborhood sub shop’s funk-a-delic vibes to the next level with his brilliant tie-dye art.
He made the massive wall of tie-dye curtains at the Georgetown store with six separate panels, each 10 feet tall, and all done by hand. The project took him about 20 hours to complete. And if you’ve ever seen a tie-dye ThunderCloud T-shirt around town or on one of our employees at your neighborhood shop, it’s Nathan’s handwork. He uses a stencil to screen-print the logo on the shirts and then dyes each one by hand so they’re all slightly different. Read more