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News for: Oct 2010

David Cook featured in HI-FRUCTOSE Magazine

Friday, October 29th, 2010

HI-FRUCTOSE never disappoints me. There are always high caliber artists featured and a lot of diversity in the artist they cover. This current issue is no exception and has a great interview with Brooklyn's own David Cook. Pick it up!



La Dispute E-store now open!

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

La Dispute full set in Sacremento, CA. 

new print / originals paintings for sale

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

Thomas came by this week and dropped of a few paintings that will be for sale exclusively on Shirts & Destroy. There will also be a limited edition print "Celestial Swine" available on Friday. Ltd Edn of 300 signed by the artist. More information will be posted on Friday. 

Night Of The Living Dead

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Its our 3 year Birthday on Halloween this year and we thought this would be a good way to celebrate. One of our favorite movies of all time and one of our favorite friends of all time. NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD by Florian Bertmer. Click the link below to watch NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD in our news section. Enjoy!

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Tattoo customer

Friday, October 1st, 2010

This is for those of you out there who think working as a professional tattooer is always a "cool" and "glamorous" way to make a living. A lot of my friends are tattooers and I've seen some ridiculous shit hanging out in shops over the years, and I've never even worked in one. This isn't even really that bad but certainly proof that your typical clientele isn't the upper crust in society when this is your craft.  

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