This is a shirt that I designed that Wavves printed for the tour that they are either on now or just finished. This is a very Tumblr oriented shirt. I was told that these are selling really well and that they’ve already had to reprint them.
If you can’t tell, it’s Charles Barkley and Nirvana from when they were on SNL together. The drawing is based on the promo they did for the episode and the text is something Barkley said during the promo.
They printed it really nicely with discharge ink so it doesn’t sit on top of the shirt like plastic based inks but is really thin and doesn’t change the texture of the fabric.
Reblogged from Nicholas Gazin's Drawing Tumblr
REJECTED New York Mag (US)
Out on the internet for a few days, finally chance to show you guys;
Anna Wintour stars this rejected cover New York Magazine, read here all about it…
they considered this cover celebrating the opening of the Met Museum Costume Institute’s annual Punk fashion exhibit (Chaos to Couture) opening May 9. The cover was dropped cause of the events in Boston and published this one instead
Illustrated by Darrow
Design Director Thomas Alberty
This is awesome.
Reblogged from Front of Book
Now [’90s-inspired fashion] just style without substance. At the time, when we did grunge, there was a real reason, there was change—it felt substantial, like punk. Now people have Mohawks and have no idea what the social significance was. So grunge has joined the ranks of punk in a way.
Marc Jacobs, speaking to Stylist magazine
Kind of over Dave Grohl Sound City interviews by now, but this British GQ Q&A is a cut above: Dave Grohl on Barry Manilow, Metallica and reuniting with Nirvana
(Photo from Australian GQ)
Page 1 of 7