FluxBlog

  • Flux420

    Believe it or not, this project of mine began as a cannabis edibles bakery in my kitchen five years ago. Reif's Treats, as my company was called, w...
  • The Four-Twenty Five

    Five Fitness Focuses for Mental and Physical Freedom   Yoga Mysofacial Release Temperature Regulation Body Chemical Control Strength Traini...
  • Life, a Playlist

    Music has always been my lost art. I tried to learn the drums when I was younger, but gave up too quickly. I learned rhythm, but was frustrated by ...
  • Why Your Purchase Matters

    Have I caught your eye? I’m so thankful you’ve decided to give my wearable art a look. The next step, of course, is to make you a part of the Flux ...
  • Pride Month: Time to Thrive

    It's been a while since I've updated this blog, but it's time to step back and see where we are about 6 months into this journey. This is Pride mon...
  • The Tank Top

    Oh the places we’ve been! This photo is two years old next month. That tank top was my piece de resistance. I spent probably a 100 hours or so on i...
  • Music Festivals and EDM Shows and Circuit Parties

    I worked at a bar for four years, but I've never felt like bars were a place for me. Bars feel like a place made for extroverts. You're supposed to...
  • Why CBD?

    As I blogged about a little while back, one of my focuses on this website that might seem to be a little more divergent from the art theme will be ...
  • What's in a brand?

    First came the drawings. I turned those into paintings. Then I got bored with canvas and started drawing on my clothing. I doodled on my speedos. I...
  • The Artistic Process

    I love making art. I love the process. I love the feeling of a completed work. Each piece is personal to me in the most intimate way. While abstrac...
  • The Anxiety of Business Building

    Anxiety in some ways consumes my whole life. Even when I work to quiet the voices telling me I'm not good enough or that everything will soon start...
  • What does it take to build a brand?

    To be honest, this experience is both thrilling and terrifying. I left my job and my friends back in Washington, DC because I needed a change. I ne...