Muckefuck x bastard marble wheelby jep 11 May 2020
Skull Pint Glassby jep 11 May 2020
We are very proud to present one of the most expected products for the summer: the bastard Skull Pint Glass. A Nonic/English pint beer glass, sandblasted by hand in Brixlegg, Tyrol – Austria.
During a summer tour in Tyrol, we met a good glassware company. The company is located near The Cradle skate park in Brixlegg, one of the top parks in Europe, where the movement of the tricks meets the cold beer breeze. Beer after beer we thought why not produce our own bastard customized beer glass.
Proudly Brewed by Those Lazy Italians.
We chose the English pint (also called Nonic pint) among other glasses. We chose this pint because of its improved grip and as we also know that the grip is the most important value when stability decreases, just as skateboarding teaches us everyday.
• O.G. bastard skull and logo sandblasted
• cardboard gift box
• tempered glass shock and thermal resistant
• dishwasher safe
• capacity 58,5 cl
• diameter 89 mm – height 153 mm
Zamoc, the jesterby davidelp 11 May 2020
Luca Zamoc was born in the mid eighties and learned the first drawing notions from comic books, the bible and anatomy books. He later on moves to Milano to take an art direction and graphic design course at Nuova Accademia dell’Arte art academy. He draws on any media, from walls to paper to digital illustrations. He recently left again left his gray hometown, the city of Modena, moving subsequently to Los Angeles, New York, Berlin, London, Venice and now Istanbul.
May he have changed since we last saw him? Judging from the clothes he designed for the bastard collection, he is still his same old self, but like a good wine, his art just gets better with age.
Death is the only big theme in my work.
I’m not good at describing life, i don’t know how to use colors, i can’t draw people (women in particular) and i can’t tell anything pleasant. If you visit my tumblr it’s all guts, monsters and assassins.
Here is the exclusive Interview with the Death.
And thanks for all the skullsby davidelp 11 May 2020
Tidying up the warehouse we have recovered a few skulls designed by Riccardo Fiorentini and so we put the t-shirts available in the store. If you missed some to complete your collection, this is the right time as we do not have any reissue plans goin’on for the moment.
An article with the skull history was published on the bastard CataZine n.24 – italian language only, sorry!