2020 was a unique year for all of us. As travel restrictions headlined the globe, Fatlace made it sure to provide content for everyone to enjoy. With less events on the ground, the site banked on contributors who curated stories for us to share with you. Let’s take a quick look. Enjoy.
One of headlines of the year was the official collaboration with BE@RBRICK. Storytelling was the key as the tie-up was reinforced with Mark Arcenal’s personal project.
With a good number of content contributors from various parts of the globe, we managed to tackle unseen content.
One of the additions was Mark Enriquez, “sh0tw3ll” plays a huge part here on the blog. Mark takes products photos for Illest and covers car events from the West Coast.
For 2020, we were able to reach out to more automotive builders. Expect more perks for our contributors this 2021.
Our good friend, Jofel Tolosa shared some of the best automotive photos here. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
Last November, we started our new series “Conversations With”. We kicked it off with Jon Sibal, Tennster and Leandro from Rolling Projects. Who do you want to see next here on the blog?
Lifestyle posts were the fan-favorites for the year from Manila. Car meets with restricted due to COVID-19 guidelines. For 2021, we may see a good number of FnF events.
Starting this quarter, I (kevcarlos), took on the responsibility of building a new team of contributors. Can’t wait to roll out the plans for next year.
With 2020 being a time to reflect and recharge. What can we expect for 2021?
As I speak, our team is preparing content from several events that closed out 2020. Meets will be interesting this 2021 as it shifted from a full-blown to intimate ones.
Expect more stories as the “sneaker realm” continues to grow. It was a huge year for the Nike Dunk. What do you think will headline 2021? To add, we can’t wait to see what’s in store with the addition of veteran journalist John Krueger here on the site.
2020 may be the year of the Supra. Toyota continues to ride on the energy with the new Yaris GR and FRS/BRZ platform. Could we see a new contender soon from the other brands?
We encourage you to keep on submitting stories, photos as we will continue to share these on our channels. You may send them here: DROP THE FLICK
Fatlace Creative Director/Founder, Mark Arcenal has teased several plans for the New Year. This includes a return of this iconic livery.
What could be next inside the Fatlace Garage? Only time will tell.
As we close out the year, we would like to thank all of our readers, supporters and friends who made time to read our articles here on the blog. We can’t wait to have everyone on board this coming year. Stay safe and Happy New Year! – Kev Carlos