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What is this place?

Welcome to the place to be. Where your dreams or something … ah, whatever. Get on with it! It all started in 2012. “I’ll make neat things,” he said. “It’ll be fun,” he said. And I was right! After a lot of blood, sweat and tears there were several neat things that I fell in love with and hoped others could too. There were stickers, papercrafts, woodcrafts, necklaces and many more experimentations. Then some things happened over the years. And here we are.

Why would anyone call it RoboMustache though? That doesn’t even make sense!

It sounded like a good idea at the time. But, honestly, there were so many ideas for names before RoboMustache came about. It was at a time when I was looking through old drawings and came across a robot I had drawn years prior. It was a straight faced robot with a curly mustache. And the silly name was born.

What if I call it RobotMustache?

Please, no. I don’t want to have to change all of my marketing materials. That sounds annoying.

Please?

Ugh.

If it's called RoboMustache where are all the mustaches?

Have you heard of some of the other company names out there? I'd say this one isn't so bad considering. But, I might be biased. Plus, there are a few here and there.

Why do you keep saying “I”?

There’s this person behind all of it. See below.

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Who is that handsome fellow?

The founder and brain behind everything you see, Charles Wade. I do creative stuff and things. I also write horrible about pages where I try to be funny and it mainly comes out awkward. But awkward is me, so I'm cool with that.

I grew up in North Carolina where art became a passion of mine. When I got older I decided to go to school for advertising and graphic design. Since then I've been a designer, an instructor, a woodworker and a few other random things. I guess I'd be considered a jack-of-all-trades. One of those people that knows a little about everything, but isn't the best at any of them. I'm cool with that though. I get bored easily and being able to move from a multitude of projects helps with that.

So, now what?

I don't know. Look around, buy stuff, spread the word, forget you were ever here? That's up to you. You decide your own fate. It's kind of like those choose your own adventure books, but without me telling you which pages to go to next. So really not like that at all.