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31 August 2009, written by David

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Paper Heart Clothing

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Paper Heart Clothing, founded by David, just release their extremly limited spring line (only 100 shirts).(...)

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28 August 2009, written by David

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Ugmonk anniversary tshirt

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After 365 days and thousands of shirts later Ugmonk is still strong. They just produced a new tshirt for the occasion.(...)

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27 August 2009, written by David

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Electronic Sheep

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Electronic Sheep is an Irish Brand founded by two friends Brenda the knitwear expert and Helen the graphic designer.(...)

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27 August 2009, written by David

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Stones Throw Records and Rockwell

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Stones Throw Records is now the exclusive distributor of Rockwell (the Parra's Brand).(...)

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26 August 2009, written by David

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Oh-Death

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Oh-Death is the umbrella name of a collective creative project brought to life by Jordan Atkinson.(...)

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26 August 2009, written by David

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Carpe Diem by Crooks & Castles

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Carpe Diem is a tshirt produced by Crooks & Castles. The tshirt is available on karmaloop.(...)

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26 August 2009, written by David

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The Poodle Gang Tee

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The Poodle gang tshirt, by RVCA, is our tshirt of the week. The tshirt is available at karmaloop.(...)

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25 August 2009, written by David

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T-shirt by Kid Acne

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Cloak Girl is the new tshirt produced by Concrete Hermit and Kid Acne.(...)

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24 August 2009, written by David

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Pyromaniac's 2010 catalogue

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Pyromaniac asked Toastone to work on their spring/summer 2010 collection.(...)

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