If you have ever heard me speak then you have heard the name Jon Roy.
Jon Roy is currently the creative director of Twenty Four 7, the other greatest agency in the world with home base in Portland Oregon.
Before Jon was killing it here, he has a long list of accomplishments that you are familiar with but might not know came from his dome. Let’s start with Concepts in Cambridge. As a young snowboarder Jon and Bobby Soldier created Boston’s first (ahead of it’s time) streetwear boutique. Jon’s passion for creating exclusive retail experiences, ultra rare products and story telling, led him to create Rival. A skate boutique with skate legend Vinny Ponte designer Al Baik. This little hatchet is within arms reach as to always be ready to kill it.
After about a decade of succeeding Jon got Nike’s attention. Nike asked him to move to Oregon to become the Global Nike Sportswear Consumer Experience Director. His first project? Nike Sportswear 21 Mercer St. and a little idea he had called “Bespoke”.
Jon and his team more recently partnered up with Nike and flipped the corner of Hollywood and Vine with a four tier aerodome experience called the Vortex for Nike Sportswear NBA All star weekend.
Don’t feel bad for him, Jon still works on many Nike projects through Twenty Four 7 and bought 2 more cars. All white.
Twenty Four 7 is more than just design agency. They can do everything, website? app? launch event? You need an Agarwood facade built into your new flagship store in WEHO… they can do that too.
Not many agencies have a full wood working shop on site. (note to self, do not sit on suction table… again)
If you been through what Jon Roy been through, you’d have a fuck ton of Visvim boots to!
This is Jon Roy. Everything he does is 2 years ahead of everyone else. That Bellstaff jacket doesn’t even come out till they open the Bellstaff store on Melrose next summer. When they will be out of style because they are only worn by poser homosexual bikers. I wrote his name in chalk and then took the pic… clever.
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