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.
You might recognize this guy from the cover of On High Alert Volume 3, but this tee was designed before the cover. We liked him so much we doubled up on him. He's got some mystical pagan vibes going on.
NOTE: the tees are running smaller than previous seasons, so we recommend you go up a size unless you like a tight t-shirt.