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de bellmort t-shirt

Very, very nice type work from De Bellemort, a French brand who got in touch to say that they released their second collection a few days ago. Here’s their description of their brand:

Our concept is to propose very limited editions tee-shirts made by graphics designers we believe in, we also make some collaborations with electronic music artists we like.

To bo honest I don’t know if the above shirt is part of the new collection, but I liked it so thought it was worth sharing. There’s a pretty deep back catalogue, so make sure you check them out, be prepared to pay premium prices though.

Costiness=€39 Buy it at De Bellemort

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Couple of new bike shirts from Super7

by Andy on April 27, 2012

bike collage t-shirt


You know how they say you never forget how to ride a bike? That may well be true, but I hopped on my girlfriend’s bike a couple of months ago (after many years of not being on two wheels) and it felt as if I was seconds from imminent death putting my feet on the ground the whole time.

Anyway, my fears of falling over aside, these are some pretty neat bicycle based shirts from San Francisco’s Super7, and they’re available now for $30 each.

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steve austin vs. sasquatch t-shirt

I don’t know what it means, but it’s weird enough to make me like it. I’ve been checking out the 80sTees feed quite as lot recently and they have quite a lot of fun, wearable designs, so expect to see them featuring more regularly here on HYA.

Costiness=$22 Buy it at 80sTees

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fistful apparel t-shirt


I’ll be the first to admit that I know practically nothing about comics, so this t-shirt doesn’t really resonate with me. It’s a cool image, that much I can admit, but it means nothing to me, apparently it’s an homage to Italian comics “Teschio di morto is a master criminal/sadistic killer who dresses in a black and yellow jumpsuit marked with a skeleton motif, and topped with a fearsome skull.” Usually I find that Fistful Apparel‘s designs transcend their source material of comics, but in this case it’s a little bit niche for me, though it certainly is a wearable shirt if that style is your kind of thing. You can pick it up for a downright reasonable $18, and the first 25 people to order it will be put into a raffle to win that badass looking skateboard.

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