THRASHER Magazine‘s Spring 2015 collection presents the classic 1989 Jeff Klindt “Oh God! Why can’t my boyfriend skate?!” Thrasher artwork!
This 100% pre-shrunk cotton premium tee collection is a fan favorite, featuring witty and nutty vintage graphics! These tees are so out of the world, they will have you rolling on the floor laughing.
This THRASHER Magazine collection receive fantastic popularity from its fans, and you don’t want to be caught strolling on the board without wearing it!
This is our favorite tee from this collection thus far. We’re holding back tears from laughing so hard!
Never! Question a guy and his passion for skateboarding!
We enjoy the spin on the classic phrase, “Go hard or go home” by replacing it with demon; you rebels. Keep Strolling!
The Hundreds, co- founded by Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar, has been around for nearly 12 years. What began as a blog and a simple T-shirt line, created by law school classmates Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar, grew into The Hundreds – a worldwide lifestyle and apparel brand with an online magazine that attracts more than 1 million unique visitors each month.The Hundreds finds inspiration through Southern California lifestyle and culture, including skateboarding, surf, punk, music, food, art and travel. The Hundreds is a lifestyle project with heart, reflective of the community, culture and its fan.
See The Hundreds contributors from all over the word sharing their interest here.
The Hundreds 2015 Summer Collection preview.
The Hundreds currently has a separate menswear line called Public Label, which offers sophisticated and distinctive cut and sew products. Separate from The Hundreds main collection, Public Label follows a unique fashion-forward look with a great deal of progressive design concept.
We can not wait to see what the future holds for The Hundreds. And if you are, too … contact us!
Los Angeles based streetwear company CLSC continuously pleases the public eye with their sense of humor (mostly sarcasm ;), being portrayed in their new summer graphics. The inspiration from the LA scenic backdrops displayed in the new Summer 2015 collection. Athleticism and clean- cut goods have also made an outbreak in this new collection.
Check out CLSC summer 2015 lookbook and the inspirations of the designs.
Jackie Robinson was the first black player to play in the MLB. He played for the Brooklyn Dodgers. After Jackie left the league and had passed away, his number was retired in 1997. Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees was the last person in sports to be able to wear the number 42, now that Rivera has retired, there will never be another player to wear the number 42 in sports. Moving forward CLSC will be utilizing this number to pay tribute to the late and great Jackie Robinson who changed the history of sports so many years ago. Available in black, white, heather, and navy.
Inspired by one of CLCS owner Josh‘s favorite skateboard companies, this Sandwich graphic was inspired by the image on his first skateboard deck in 2002. Replacing the company name with CLSC’s slogan “Sucks to Suck”.
This graphic is from a famous image of one of Muhammad Ali’s knockouts. This is during the Ali VS Cleveland in 1966. Neil Leifer the photographer rigged his camera in the rafters before the fight and was sitting ring side with a remote (in a blue shirt). He had no idea he got the shot until he developed the photo.
Barney from the Simpsons doing his usual thing – enjoying a beer. CLSC script logo below illustration. Available in black, white, and heather grey.
Now, that’s classic!
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Get the hottest summer collection from Primitive before it’s too late! They went with their signature laid- back approach this summer. New to primitive are tie-dye colored garments, cut and sew styles, standard athletic staples, and many more. Their talent goes a long way and is proven in the new graphics produced. One of Primitive’s clever, yet humorous mottos for this summer is, “Let the beer flow, let the skin show.”
The color palette used in this collection and how it has a twist on the classic floral print is really interesting. It is featured on almost all of their products including shirts, wallets, hats, etc. and gives the perfect summer touch to your wardrobe.