What began as a two-man design operation to create bootleg t-shirts for bands that lacked merch has, in time, grown into an LA creative collective, occasional small-run record label and graphic heavy streetwear brand. Born from the minds and talents of ex-Stussy Art Director, Adam Weissman and artist Noah Butkis, Real Bad Man maintains a focus on music, but have gone on to employ retro graphics, aged pop culture references and shady cartoonish characters for their own humorous and subversive brand of apocalyptic counter-culture.
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