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New images from DeadBuryDead

by Andy on June 19, 2013

I got an e-mail from DeadBuryDead recently that seemed to be an introduction to their brand which is a bit odd since HYA has been writing about them for a long time, but there were some gorgeous images included and also a couple of new items that we haven’t covered before so I thought I’d better share them.


deadburydead brand video

DeadBuryDead have laid on the style for their latest video in support of their new collection.

DeadBuryDead Freedom from DeadBuryDead on Vimeo.

I’d love to embed it above but it seems to just be on their own site rather than hosted elsewhere and I can’t find an embed code so you’ll have to make do with the screengrabs above. DBD updated us in the comments so it’s embedded now, enjoy!

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The Illustrated Mind at Margin London

by Margin London on January 23, 2013

The Illustrated Mind by Boy Parker at Margin London
There are many t-shirt brands out there, with new ones launching every week it seems, but not all can say they have their own focus group and testing ground. Boy Parker, the independent store in Brighton on the Sussex coast, can claim just that, as they’re able to get an instant reaction to any new design from the stream of on-trend students that frequent the seaside town.

Having perfectly honed their season’s collection, Boy Parker then unleash their brand The Illustrated Mind, which brings together the work of artists from diverse backgrounds, and offer it to other stores to carry safe in the knowledge the range contains the best selling designs.

Their quirky prints and unique illustrations add a well-received surrealism to their range and distinguishes The Illustrated Mind from many other brands.

The Illustrated Mind started in 2011 and has steadily built their range, their group of collaborating artists, and their stockists ever since.

The Illustrated Mind by Boy Parker at Margin London

The new season’s range will be on display to buyers and press exclusively at Margin, the London trade exhibition in February 2013. The Illustrated Mind first debuted their range at Margin back in February 2011 and are returning in February 2013 to unveil their latest designs.

Renowned amongst key buyers and press as the launchpad for new brands, Margin has been providing an affordable platform for new brands since 2002.

Boy Parker is an independent store in Brighton, Sussex, that specialises in tees from brands including Lazy Oaf, Threadless, Brandt, My Yard, Paper Root, DeadBuryDead, and many others.

For more info and a look around the store, watch the Boy Parker Shop Tour Video created by Margin.

The Illustrated Mind will be exhibiting at Margin in February 2013 which takes place on the 10th & 11th, and you can find Boy Parker who distribute the range on Facebook here.


New site and lookbook from DeadBuryDead

by Andy on September 6, 2012

I’m not entirely sure if this new lookbook and site also coincides with DeadBuryDead releasing new items in the store, but there certainly are things in there that I don’t remember seeing before. Very nice website design, as long as you’re into large photos, which I am. Just a pity that I have to embed the lookbook above rather than have the actual jpegs, but I’m sure everyone enjoys flicking through a flash magazine.


deadburydead sale t-shirts

I didn’t inted to be writing about so often, but they’re offering some great tee deals at the moment so why the devil shouldn’t I?

DeadBuryDead‘s tees usually sell for around $25 a shirt, and they’re $16 each over at, which is about 33% off by my reckoning, which ain’t too shabby.


deadburydead t-shirts

Very cool new stuff this week from the space-hating DeadBuryDead. Three of these shirts (I think it’s the cross, military looking logo, and the circle) are part of DBD’s signature collection, meaning that the shirts themselves were custom made in LA for DeadBuryDead, which I think is a first for them, whereas the other shirt is ‘just’ a standard fit but still pretty cool looking.

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deadburydead t-shirt

DeadBuryDead have just released the ‘first delivery’ of their Spring Line, which I assume means there is more to come other than the 8 shirts that just hit their shop.

Judging by the professional look of the images here, and that they’re going to be showing at Magic in Las Vegas this week, DBD are clearly stepping up their game and trying hit the next level. The new designs could be considered a bit more ‘mainstream’, but I like them, and it shouldn’t matter whether lots of people like a style, they’re still doing that style to a high standard.


New site & 2 new tees from DeadBuryDead

by Andy on December 8, 2010


When I get an e-mail mentioning an updated or redesigned website I’m ready to meh all over the place, but DeadBuryDead have actually build something pretty nice here, filling my big HD screen with a photo and laying the more traditional elements of the store over it. The site looks good, I certainly can’t discuss my pet peeve of tiny product pictures because there are plenty of shots of each item, and of course there’s the massive photo in the background at all times too.

The new shirts are worth taking a look at, though it’s probably a bit of a tough task trying to sell tees at regular price ($23.99) when there are so many sales going on at other stores around the internet at the moment.

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All tees from past seasons from $5 to $10 at DeadBuryDead!

[Andy: Thanks for the submission Brandon, keep those submissions coming everyone!]

This post was submitted by Brandon Grbach.


dead bury dead henley t-shirt

That title is merely a friendly jibe, I can see the point of a 3/4 length sleeve, I like wearing them, and this is actually a pretty interesting piece of clothing. I don’t find it interesting because of the design, which is fairly standard, but because the item is made of eco-heather, which is an imperfect blend of organic cotton, recycled polyester, and naturally occurring rayon, so you aren’t killing the planet too much by picking one up.

Costiness=$27.99 Buy it at DeadBuryDead (grey/black colourway)

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