Who We Art!


YeahYeahPonyPrince is a collaboration between two artists, Jodi Mullen and Oscar Bevilacqua.

Their art is the process of hand-painted linoleum block prints on a line of sustainable clothing, including fibers made out of recycled plastic bottles and organic cotton.

The art is influenced by Ukiyo-e, a traditional Japanese woodblock printing form combined with oil and acrylic painting techniques. This method merged with textile and clothing design results in a new tradition approach.

Jodi Mullen is a naturally inclined artist from a very young age. She received her BA from Rutgers University in NJ with a focus in Oil Painting. Her artistic influences are vast and have ranged from Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keeffe, Katsushika Hokusai, Vincent Van Gogh, Andy Warhol to African primitive art. Her creativity and utter abandonment into her art are a testament of her passion.

Oscar Bevilacqua is a self-taught painter and percussionist originally from Argentina. He studied drums and percussion for 10 years in New York and San Francisco. He also has a bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing from Sonoma State University, and an MBA in Finance from Sacramento State University.

YeahYeah!PonyPrince, founded in 1991, it is the merger of YeahYeah! Block Printed Clothing from Bucks County, PA and Pony Prince designs from San Francisco, CA. The company opened its first retail location in the historic bohemian San Francisco neighborhood of North Beach in April of 2012. Today, it operates in Grass Valley, Ca. Along with offering more than three hundred original designs, YeahYeah!PonyPrince sells retail, wholesale and creates corporate logo designs on clothing.

We believe in supporting our local economy and community by providing jobs and donating our art on clothing regularly to nonprofit organizations for fundraising.

Tossing the stone, creating the ripple and riding the wave of social responsibility while practicing conscious capitalism.

A Green America certified business since 2009.

Jodi and Oscar


“Human kind will begin to recover the moment we take art as seriously as physics, chemistry or money.”  – E. Levy

“Don’t stand in someone else’s shadow when it’s your sunlight that should lead the way.”  – I.Child