Friday, October 3, 2008

Canvassing the Nation

American Utopia has spread to the East Coast: two new offices, New York and Connecticut. We believe in the continued spirit of perseverance in order to provide the outlet for "The Struggle of This Life" and future projects under development. Our shirts have been sent out all over for new Utopians to visit our site and wear their struggle proud.

As we forge into different markets and new opportunities, it is our passion to look forward and adapt to the evolving landscape of American and European art, classical to postmodern. This definitve drive is the soul of American Utopia as we, too, evolve. We are eager to update upon our forthcomings in our new locations.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

The Reason Behind American Utopia's Flagship Project

Because 100 years from now, there will still be religion, there will still be some type of alcohol and/or drugs, and anyone born into this world will, someday, have to struggle and question their own life. The screenplay,"The Struggle of This Life", will be as relevant tomorrow as it is today.

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Founders of American Utopia

Friday, July 11, 2008


In two weeks, 19 states, 3 countries, and still counting!

Thursday, July 3, 2008


American Utopia uses a Far Eastern mentality in a Western American world; but, in a Western American world, you need a Far Eastern mentality to succeed in bringing the Western American world back into Far Eastern mentality.

Co-Founder of American Utopia,
Ted Christopher

Friday, June 13, 2008

"The Struggle of This Life" Merchandise is here!

Fellow Utopians... the front, back, & reversible design is displayed. Wear it proud and never question your struggle.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Discovering the Potential to American Utopia

This is not American Utopia… yet. This blog is not just a place to sell t-shirts. It’s not just about “The Struggle of This Life”. It is about landing upon the reality in finding not just other artists, musicians, screenwriters, and everyone who has the passion to put it out there for the audience, but also the land of people who can produce for the privilege of the audience who then reciprocates.

The simplicity of introspection upon living life as one life is not a misnomer. It’s simple.

By building the foundation, by placing the first brick, I desire this network of other’s who believe in the infinite amount of art available to everyone and enjoying the result. Artists discovering their passion and performing, displaying for an audience and cultivating emotions that can inspire, evoke pain, question reality, and ultimately, provoke our own thoughts are not new… but does it happen on a basis where you [artist or audience] do not lose?

Adding the title American in front of Utopia may be a misnomer to most; nonetheless, 6 months, 1 year, 5 years, 50 years, I may not come across this Utopia in America; however, conceiving this land, attempting the necessary struggle, persevering through the futile: who knows the potential of re-investing continuously for future artists to come across American Utopia where it can be sowed and reaped.

This is a fledgling; my personal writing has suffered, but I have the capability of crawling before running… running into American Utopia is the answer.

Let’s just keep it simple it’s that complex.

Kenyon Boltz
Co-Founder of American Utopia

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Welcome to American Utopia423...

Thanks for landing into the Mystery of 423, where entertainment is all about the Audience.

... Along with the Struggle...
... And possibly the Answer...