January 31st, 2011 | Published in Blog
Soviet cyclist, Eduard Rapp, one of the favorites for the 1976 Montreal 1,000 meters time trial, realized he had jumped the starter’s gun at the start of his race and stopped cycling expecting that the starter would call him back. The officials, however, ruled his start was legal, and then disqualified him…for stopping.
Mason, Phil. “Unlucky, Sport.” Napoleon’s Hemorrhoids: and Other Small Events That Changed History. New York, NY: Skyhorse Pub., 2009. Print.
Spring Line Update:
As I told you guys before, the spring line will be a secret society themed release called the “Occultus Collection.” The word occultus means the secret wisdom of knowledge. I have planned an amazing lineup of new and old artists for this release. Many of the designs will feature influences from the Free Masons, the Illuminati and other hidden groups that have molded our history. I truly feel that this release is going to put Vicious History in a new, more mature direction. I don’t just mean with the actual designs, but with the overall brand image. I plan on having a new website made up in time for the release, something much more professional looking as well as easier to navigate. Along with those changes, I am thinking about changing the Vicious History typeface into something with a more mature and historical look. I really think that these changes will put VH in a new direction that will be bigger and better than ever. Keep checking back here for more updates as we get closer to the release.