A graphic tee with a somewhat bizarre fit, boxy and long with exaggerated shoulders mimicking vintage metal band tees. The graphic itself is typical of the brand; provocative and bold, harking back to old punk graphics. It is reminiscent of Jamie Reid's famous work for the 1977 Sex Pistols single "God Save the Queen", perhaps not aesthetically but in ethos.
The black has faded with age, and there is some prevalent cracking on the print.
Shoulders: 50cm Pit to Pit: 52cm Front Length: 63cm Back Length: 69cm Sleeve Length: 19cm