From the mind of artist Jack Greer comes Iggy. Since its 2016 launch, Iggy has offered original illustrated graphic designs that recall the playfully twisted, cynically clever, anti-authoritarian mindset that streetwear was built on, along with a range of artful cut and sew garments. Whether you can remember the days when mainstream acceptability was the last thing streetwear was associated with, or are discovering these subculture roots for the first time, Iggy will feel like a genuine breath of fresh air.
Streetwise is a 1984 documentary film by director Martin Bell that came about from an article for Time Magazine written by Cheryl McCall. Mark and McCall traveled to Seattle specifically to reveal that even in a town that billed itself as America's most livable city, there still existed rampant homelessness and desperation. After making connections with several homeless children during the writing of the article, Mark convinced Bell that the children were worthy of his making a documentary based on their lives. This T-Shirt is based on a drawing of Rat and Tiny embracing at the end of the film.
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Five Color Silkscreen on 100% Cotton