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Matthew Skiff has a store now

by David SEIBEI on May 4, 2012

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.

This is all you really need to know about Skiff's 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:

Eternia Pizza Party!

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.

If you like what you see and you want to encourage the dude to put out more stuff, your best bet is to get on over there and buy something.



Here’s a good deal if you buy either of these limited edition, Matthew Skiff-designed t-shirts before Septembr 18th and you will receive a belt absolutely free. By ordering one of the tees you will also be entered into a prize draw to win seven more tees from an upcoming series Randr are going to be releasing.

The tee on the left is called Bloodletting and was designed to “see if I could make the most offensive design possible, or at least a design that my mom would be shocked to see.” The tee on the right is called Giallo and was apprently inspired by a film called Suspiria, which is a film all about awesome colours and beautiful women that will be finding its way onto my LoveFilm (Netflix, but British) queue. The tees are $22 individually, but there is also a package of both tees for $38 (that’s a $6 saving) which will include 2 free belts, and two entries to the contest.

*Since I wrote this post Randr have also put all of their tees except these two on sale, with shirts as low as $7, so go get ‘em!*


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