For the Harry Potter & Sons of Anarchy fan in your life.
There’s a little glow in the dark surprise on the forearm of the sleeve as well!
Andy: Since Harry Potter is meant to be for kids and Sons of Anarchy definitely isn’t in a rational world you’d expect there to not be a lot of crossover, but the internet makes crazy fools of us all, so I’m sure this will be popular.
My Main Man Pat didn’t think I’d have a clue what either of these designs would mean, and they were right, so here’s their explanation:
Quasi-Madlib was a design concept one of our customers had suggested. Quasimoto is the rap alias of famed producer Madlib, and the suggestion was to create an illustration of Madlib putting on his Lord Quas mask. I passed the idea on to Dutch artist Ready2Rumbl who brought it to life in his typical abstract fashion.
“I wear my scars” is a quote from the God Loves Ugly title track by Hip-Hop group Atmosphere. It is artist Steve Cole’s first submission to the site and we’re very excited to see what else he’s got up his sleeve.
Available as tees and hoodies all this week.
Always nice to see new stuff from these guys.
I don’t really understand anything at My Main Man Pat this week, such is the lack of my hip hop knowledge, so I’m going to let them take the helm on this one:
“Harlem’s Finest” is a tribute to the late Big L, who was poised to do big things in the hip-hop game before his untimely death at just 24 years of age. Artist Sheila Burnham pays tribute with her typographic interpretation of his name, and the first words that popped to mind when I viewed the submission were clean and tasteful. “Between Vuittons”, on the other hand, was inspired by a collaboration from 3 MC’s who are more well known in underground circles. MF DOOM, Captain Murphy, and Earl Sweatshirt created a track called Between Villains and artist Travis Compton offers his own remix with a little Louis Vuitton flavor blended in.
Available as tees and hoodies all this week.
My Main Man Pat are feeling the cold so they have added crew necks ($40) and hoodies ($50) to their lineup to go with the usual tees, good to see their range expanding.
I’ve created the WORLD’S first refined and functional front pocket for your sweatshirt. It’s patent pending and I KNOW that it’s the perfect product for hideyourarms! I’d love to hear back from you guys about how we can get pat’s pocket on your site! In the meantime check out our Kickstarter page to see the simplicity and HYPE that pat’s pocket can create. It’s a business created to keep people warm!!!
Andy: At first I thought that this product was pretty silly, but actually, it’s well priced and it serves a real purpose, I like it!
I discovered (well it existed already) Victory Brand whilst checking out the stalls in Brick Lane (London) as we were scouting out how people were setting up, the look and feel. What I was not expecting was to find a stall with a t-shirt of two girls pissing while standing up. Shocked. I also liked it in a totally non ‘I love golden showers’ kinda way. Victory Brand’s stall was hands down the best one. Simple and impactful with massive prints hanging up.
The lady, yes the lady, behind Victory Brand is Victoria Sin who has a portfolio bursting at the seams with cocks and vaginas. It comes as a surprise then when you see a huge pug design on a tee/sweater, so bold and ‘normal’ you feel like maybe you missed a hidden penis. FYI her blog is NSFW.
Victory Brand smacks of edgy high-fashion with polished photography, sharp looking models and a strong voice. Her designs will no doubt polarize opinion and I for one think she is pretty damn talented, ambitious and die-hard energetic (tees are hand printed during week and sold on weekends).
Tees are £30 a pop. Wear one if you dare
AnyForty, who have been on HYA a few times are currently having a massive sale. Prior to this sale I bought a mystery pack of 3 t-shirts for £40 and was super chuffed that one of the tees was a design from Meggs (last image), the very graffiti artist that attracted me to AnyForty in the first place.
One of the tees was their logo tee, which is far cooler than you would expect with the words ‘AnyForty’ created from vertical, horizontal and diagonal lines, so not as blatant, printed as white on maroon.
Everything is in the region of 50% off and I’m not sure how long it’s on for so get on that shit while you can. The header reads ‘End of year sale’ , so celebrate now.
Follow this link to visit AnyForty online store.
Twin Serpents recently posted about their new hoody release called Silent Knives with hand drawn illustrations and great integrated text by the talented Craig Robson. I also happened to have bought one of these hoodies at the same time so I figured I would share with you guys all the same. This black hoody was a pre-order, something which I have not done before but having received quality tees before from Twin Serpents in the past, I had no qualms whatsoever.
Not only did I receive my hoody but a blady free t-shirt was thrown into the mix, The Ghostslinger. A pleasant surprise indeed. That and the snakes eggs of course. The hoody is lightweight so not massively thick which is good for me as I like to wear under light jackets or for those cooler autumn nights. Well, with London you never know what weather you are going to get! This hoody features a large single colour screen printed snake design on the back with a small snake emblem on the front, also screen printed. More details are on the Twin Serpents product page.
The title ‘Cold Lives and Silent Knives’ was inspired by a comment made by a Twin Serpent follower on a photo of wicked looking Black Mamba snake which the guys on Twin Serpents asked to caption. The resulting comment sparked the imagination of Twin Serpents and this is the result. These guys have pretty strong ties with the community and it’s nice to see something like this happen.
This Silent Knives hoody makes me feel like I should be in a bike gang or something (possibly the less hardcore cycle gang) and there is actually a disclaimer on the product page stating ” shank, bike and beard not included”.
Currently available for $35.
The Lumen Brand Winter 2014 collection is dark and muted, and includes new tees and super soft sweaters . One of the bands we support, Sylar, was able to get in on the lookbook with us.
Andy: Looks good, thanks for the submission.
It’s fairly simple, but this latest item from the Labyrinth Clothing Winter Collection is very nicely done and I’m sure it will be welcome as the temperatures drop outside. Use the couon code mailtime to get 15% off your order.
Costiness=$32 Buy it at Labyrinth Clothing
I can’t remember the last time I wrote about a scarf, but these new patterned bandeau scarves at Mines Is Your Apparel look pretty cool, and they’ve got a lot more styles than the two above, so be sure to check them out if you worry about your neck getting cold this winter. Cool hoodie too!
The hoodie is $56, the scarves $38, and it’s $20 for a tote.
I just had to get in on the Black Friday action! Today only you can get £4 off t-shirts in the HYA shop using the coupon code BLACK (codes are applied at the shopping cart, not the checkout). This will make HYA logo shirts shirts a ridiculous £9.75 (including UK shipping) and Ben’s bear shirt £11.24. HYA hoodies are down to £18.74 with the code. There’s limited amount left on all sizes and I won’t be reprinting for a while so this is your best chance to get the shirts at a great price.
Check out the HYA store and grab yourself a bargain.
Mr Andy, HYA readers,
Just wanted to share some new products with you. Finally got around at making some some zip-up hoodies which are ready to hug you and keep you warm this winter. Super comfy with art designed by Craig Robson from UK.
Also, a new tee designed by the vector master aka Hydro74. This beauty is called Transmutation and it’s ready to embellish your upper body!
That is all. Happy Holidays.
Mr. Andy: Thanks for the submission!
Not a massive release, but they’re all good quality designs so better that than having some filler in there. I really like the hoodie, especially since it passes my oft-mentioned test of “can I wear this on any day other than October 31st?”