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Radical Tea Towels… wait, what?

by Andy on November 14, 2012

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Sometimes I get an e-mail from a company that is so unexpected you just have to post about it even though it has practically nothing to do with HYAs usual subjects. Have you ever struggled to get a gift for that special anarchist in your life? Well worry no more because Radical Tea Towel have solved all your woes with their inspirational left-leaning tea towels, aprons, and bags. The idea of interesting designs on tea towels isn’t exactly new, but this is the first time that I’ve seen them used in a political or philosophical manner, and I think it’s a great idea, even if there seems to be something a little bit wrong with rubbing an errant splash of gravy in Martin Luther King’s face when I’m doing the Sunday roast.

Tea towels are around £10, aprons £12, and it’s £15 for that bag.

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build bridges not walls t-shirt



I like the new ‘Build Bridges‘ design from Random Objects, it may be simple, restrained, and just a one-colour print, but it’s the kind of shirt that I really like to wear. Good to see Origami Pigeon make a return too, even if it’s just for a short time as when it sells out it won’t be making a return, and that bag looks pretty nifty too, though not the kind of thing that I’d buy.

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As you may well have guess I’ve decided to start posting videos whenever Iamthetrend and Coty Gonzales release them, they put a lot of effort into their videos and I want to recognise that by hopefully bringing them to a wider audience. Also, isn’t it nice to have some video content on the site?

In this episode Coty takes a look at a brand called The Good Child, and reviews a messenger bag sent to him by Evozip.

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Pyknic’s Winter Line wants to say hello

by Andy on November 17, 2009

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Looks like a strong release to me, lots of different styles going on but all are wearable. It’s a big release (Pyknic are a pretty large brand nowadays) so check out the rest of the new goods in the gallery.

Pyknic

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Akumu Ink keep on keeping on

by Andy on August 5, 2008


Montreal is home to a number of awesome things, the worlds tallest inclined tower, a great biodome (there was a sloth!), lots of lovely restaurants, and Akumu Ink. Here’s what they’ve been up to recently:

So, what’s new with Akumu Ink: we have our current designs printed in
different colors (Cut,Cut & When a Cat Smiles), we offer some of them on
our black t-shirts (Death’s Embrace & The Black Rose), and we offer more
choices of tote bags (Nevermore, When a Cat Smiles & Cut,Cut).

Akumu Ink

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