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News for: Apr 2011

Anthony Pontius show at Last Rites

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

Anthony Pontius has a new art show featuring his latest paintings. Opening this sat 7-11pm at Last Rites Gallery  511 W. 33rd Street, between 10th & 11th Avenues (3 blocks from Penn Station), 3rd floor, New York, NY 10001 

Get Anthony's shirts here

NY Adorned 'Tradition'

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Filmaker Evan Owen Dennis recently completed this really cool short film highlighting New York Adorned. Its really quick so take a few minutes and check it out. I am continually amazed at the talent of my friends who tattoo.

watch on VIMEO

Jesuit full set

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Watch video of the full set from Jesuit's reunion show on Vimeo

Heavy Metal Revolution

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Check out this online article on DIGITAL ARTS featuring artwork from our very own Seldon Hunt along with others. 

Read here.

Unbroken / Indecision / Jesuit / Damnation AD

Monday, April 11th, 2011

Highlights (for me) include:

Unbroken playing. 

Damnation playing.

Meeting and talking to Keith Huckins (Rorschach/ Deadguy / Kiss It Goodbye) and finding out he is the nicest dude ever and actually listened to (and remembered) the cd's of my shitty band he was sent. 

The girl in the front of the crowd who was screaming along to Indecision but was SO stoked she couldn't help smiling her ass off. So rad. 

and of course there was Jesuit absolutely destroying everyone. They sounded like a band that just finished a full tour and for a band that hasn't taken the stage together for 15 years, thats not easy to do. 

Thank you Rich Hall / 1000 Kinves for putting this show together. What a fun night.

P.S. the Jesuit store is now open. Just two T-shirts for now but something more is coming soon... 


photo courtesy of Brooklyn Vegan


Thursday, April 7th, 2011

Here is our size chart in inches for domestic customers and centimeters for international customers. 

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