The streetwear clothing line's "young and hungry" mantra resonates with their worldwide supporters (also known as "crEATures") of all backgrounds as inspiration to seek out dreams with hard work rather than becoming a product of society's expectations.
Pyknic has been worn by the likes of Top Chef 6 winner Michael Voltaggio and Roble Ali of Bravo’s Chef Roble & Co. Pyknic has also been featured in “The Source” Magazine and was named to Bloomberg Businessweek’
"It's hard shopping during the Holidays,” says Stephen Thompson, 26, a DeSales University '09 (Center Valley, PA) graduate, "shoppers aren't usually familiar with the different kitchen gadgets out there. In a market crowded with hardware, food product, aprons, and chef wear, our Pyknic garments are a unique gift."
Thompson created the lifestyle brand as an outlet for his culture of food, sport, friends, and music. Pyknic's premium t-shirts are illustrated with food concepts in mind, retailing between $20-$22 on their website (www.pyknic.com)