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Monday, December 27th, 2010


I went to Dublin a few weeks ago. Here are a few photos.

Saturday, September 18th, 2010


About a month ago, when we should have been busy expanding our range, instead we took a week off and travelled up to Scotland, with the intent of smashing up a few whiskey distilleries. Here are a few photos from that trip.

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Cthulhu explained in, like, under 2 minutes

If you can get past the annoying totally-out-of-place teenage girl narrator, then this Ritalin fuelled version of Lovecraft’s mesmerising The Call of Cthulhu should be fairly entertaining. But if not, we reckon our Strange Aeons tee does a much better job and without all those teenage ‘likes’… via The Awesomer

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Katie Eary is a thief…

That’s probably a little harsh, and not entirely accurate. Take one look at the threads above and you’ll see she’s more of an artist really. And true to Picasso’s central tenet that “good artists borrow, great artists steal”, Ms Eary has done some borrowing off of none other than yours truly it would seem. So [...]

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Outside Royalty @ 19.03.2010

Check it out - Brandon P from the Outside Royalty rocking ’42′ on their recent European Tour :) Photo by Arno Paul

Friday, November 20th, 2009

The Bloop

OK so I’ve been too lazy to post this before now, but check it out. It was partly what inspired our Strange Aeons design. Known in cryptozoologist circles as ‘the bloop’, it was recorded by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, around 50°S 100°W in the Pacific Ocean, in 1997. Source unknown. It’s kinda [...]

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Chasing the rainbow

Now if we had all the money in the world the marketing budget of H&M, the-affair website v2.0 would probably look a bit like this - of course on black not off-white, and without the abstract red shapes and weird particle effects. As you can see from the Perfect Fools’ case study, they’ve taken our [...]

Wednesday, December 24th, 2008

3 wishes for Xmas

Not only is it a bargain, but you’ll be able to brag about having done your part to avert global financial meltdown as well.Its our way of saying thanks for being with us on the journey during our first year in business. We’re warming up for the year ahead, so keep your eyes and ears open as we drop new designs, announce some colabs and other big initiatives to grow the brand.So go on, treat yourself.

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

Out of stock (temporarily)

You might have noticed that we’re out of stock in most sizes at the moment. We’re really sorry about that, and we’re working as hard as we can to re-stock as soon as is humanly possible. Please bear with us, it won’t be more than a few weeks…

Thursday, July 10th, 2008

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

You have to love the Eastern Europeans (*). Not quite as laissez-faire as the Chinese, but pesky things like intellectual property just aren’t a concern. I guess so many years being screwed by the Russians means a few ‘cease and desist’ letters are the least of their concerns! So it is with bemused pride that [...]

Tuesday, May 6th, 2008

#!@- OFFF!

Anybody going to the OFFF 2008 festival in Lisbon? Nice one centurion. We’ll see you there! If you want to hook up and talk about t-shirts, then get in touch - we love nothing more than talking about ourselves ;)

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

Flash on the iPhone / iPod Touch

Apple fanboys pony up, cause we’re officially the very first t-shirt brand with a mobile store, accessible through everyone’s favourite gadget. That’s right, our awesome Flash website is now available on the iPhone. That’s right fanboys, you heard right - FLASH ON THE IPHONE! So how did we achieve this little bit of tech-magic I [...]

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

A Common Word Between Us and You

Check out this article in the guardian, entitled “Conflict between religions threatens future of the world, Muslim leaders tell Pope”. As you can tell by our Muslim JesusWell we must say we agree, religious intolerance itself is inexplicable, compunded by the fact that it was historically viable to go to war over ideology.