What happens when an art school dropout, traveling curmudgeon and an amateur taxidermist take on the massive apparel industry juggernaut. If on the way to work they’re kidnapped by a Yeti, you end up with a company like GAMA-GO. In late 2000, Tim Biskup, Chris Edmundson and Greg Long started screen printing t-shirts and working out of the basement of Greg’s house. In 2006 Tim Biskup stopped working creatively for Gama-Go. Still a dear friend and partner in the company, Tim now enjoys an illustrious career in fine art.
Gama-Go started with six designs on tees and now are creating giftware and lifestyle accessories for the home, office and kitchen. Everything they produce is limited and they switch it up every season. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. You can find GAMA-GO in boutiques worldwide, but they still rock it independently out of their home city — San Francisco!