Colm Dillane started selling screen-printed t-shirts on the streets of Soho during his sophomore year at Brooklyn Technical High School. Years later, he found himself getting kicked out of NYU dorms for turning his room into a clothing store and used this as an opportunity to open his first store front in Brooklyn, KidSuper Studios. With KidSuper Studios, Colm aimed to create a destination for NYC’s youth to come visit and collaborate. He spent his junior year of college improving on the bare space to turn it into what it is today. Today, KidSuper Studios features a recording studio, a backyard with artificial turf, mural-ed walls, a design studio, and a small hat factory. Without any help on a large scale, Colm was able to create his very own world where he continues to have super adventures. With the help of someone such as Y&R, imagine what KidSuper Studios could become: a space that will impact the culture and youth of New York City every day.