To be completely honest I haven’t heard of Boneface before Alex over at DPM told me about him, but checking out his portfolio now I am very impressed, the man has some serious talent and I really like his style. You can pick up the tee for $27.95, the poster for $24.95, or a combo pack for $39.95 and they’re all available now.
The world of independent t-shirt companies is deceptively large (I know I had no idea just how many tee companies were out there until I really started looking), but if you’ve followed it for any length of time, you’re probably familiar with Matthew Skiff’s work. With a client list that includes 410 BC, 8-Bit Zombie, Dance Party Massacre, Death Shred, Ruckus, and more, the man is a proven hit maker, which is why it’s great to see that he’s now launched his own webstore.
(all images ruthlessly stolen from Skiff’s website – sorry dude)
Opening with just three products, Skiff is the first to admit that it’s not much, but it’s a start. That said, the three products are all perfectly executed – the Double Death tee that perfectly encapsulates Skiff’s great balance of childhood nostalgia and sense of the macabre, a rad sticker pack, and this “What If He-Man and Skeletor Were Best Friends” art print, which I probably need to man up and purchase before they all get snatched up:
It’s like the menu at In-N-Out Burger – it’s a short list and not a wide selection by any means, but damn if every piece isn’t perfectly done and reasonably priced.
I really like the idea behind this trilogy of shirts from Ontario, Canada based Nereus Clothing, and also that they’ve stuck with the same style for all three illustrations. You can pick up a tee for $20, which is perfectly reasonable for an Ameircan Apparel shirt, and if you’d rather printed posters then you can pick up a set for $25.
“Medicine heals the body, music heals the soul”, my thoughts exactly. Being a lover of music, I have been captured by this tee over at Status Serigraph. Showcasing just a small number of tees (it’s a small selection, but very nicely designed and that’s what really counts), Status Serigraph’s main focus is prints – and what makes it even better? Most of them are hand-printed concert posters, like the two lovelies pictured below.
Also sign up at Fab.com and take advantage of the sale on Status Serigraph – only 4 days left, so hurry! Nice bunch of tees on sale (some of them shown below, my favorites of course), as well as prints on sale, lots of them!
As most of you know (or at least you must have seen Matt’s blog about it) Miles to Go released their Spring 2012 line, and obviously it looks fantastic. Greg Kerr (owner of Miles to Go) put together a contest on Facebook; share the release of the new line and be entered to win a poster from the Miles to Go store – and guess who won?
So I got to pick, and I chose Cat’s Cradle, designed by the talented and cute, Cutty Bage. I took some photos of the poster for all of you and as you can see, there’s so much detail in just one piece… I feel like I could stare for hours. Also this silk-screen poster, like a lot of Miles to Go’s prints, is limited to only 50 – I’m glad to be one of the 50 to own this one. Speaking of, I love that each are hand stamped and numbered on the back, nice added detail I must say.
I also happily framed it and hung it, all in one day (which is pretty good for me as I usually take way too long to accomplish that – I must have been really excited about this one!) I recommend everyone own a poster from Miles to Go, quality, quality, quality! And I would also like to tack on that I received my poster in what seemed like record speed, so thanks again Greg!