I found these awesome punk shirts at a yard sale in East Los Angeles on a Sunday morning. It was up the street from the home I lived in until the age of 8. I love both of these two bands and they helped change some of my views and shape the way I view certain things in life. Even though these shirts are too small for me to wear I couldn’t pass them up.
Pink floyd the wall tee. I love this album and the shirt is hard to find. I was surprised to stumble upon this one especially for 2$.
Hands down my favorite tv show ever to watch. I’m always on the lookout for original tees like this one. At 10 bucks was a steal in my opinion.
Down by law, a 90s punk band. The 90s were in my opinion the best era for punk and skating . I didn’t purchase this hat but I wanted to capture and share the find anyway. If I see it next time I’m picking it up.
So I may be receiving this news a tad late (my apologies ) , but I was pleasantly made aware that the lame tight Jean fad may be interrupted by a re emerging of JNCO, a brand which promotes baggy jeans. This brought a smile to my face as I have been anticipating a comeback of the great 90’s skate fashion which is/was baggy pants colorful tees and matching bulky laces on your wide skate shoes. So pick up a pair of oversized jeans, cut the bottoms and join the latest trend which is actually yesterday’s trend. Visit the JNCO website to offer your support…
Ads like these are all too common in skateboarding. In fact it sells, reason being the target demographic likes the sarcastic approach that companies such as Duffs shoes and Blind skateboards has taken in the past. Board sales went up when Steve Rocco launched this ad…
One of my personal favorites.