We've got some brand new Yardsale clothing with loads of edgy new designs. Summer might be round the corner but black tees are never out of season. Goth 4 Lyfe.
No matter how much of a goth you are, it's definitely way too early to be thinking of Halloween. Despite this, Yardsale's new Skuff II collection features several spooky new graphics designed by team rider, Curtis Pearl. If you're a fan of horror films, the Yardsale boys have got all your needs covered with the 'Slash' graphic. Taking direct inspiration from some of the most popular horror films, the graphic features everyone's favourite villains: Freddy Kreuger and Jason Voorhees. I mean nothing says spring like Freddy Krueger, right? This banger is available as either a tee or a hoodie so there's an option for every occasion.
Another spooky graphic from the collection, the 'James Mitchell' tee is more unsettling than horror-themed. The graphic features artwork by London-based skateboarder and artist, James Mitchell. The artwork, which was originally an oil painting, features some eerie abstract figures in a mixture of blue and red hues alongside a tastefully subtle Yardsale logo.
Last but not least, the 'Mob' T-shirt features a nod to the iconic UK anarcho-punk band, The Mob. Yardsale have reimagined the logo from The Mob's seminal 1981 album, 'No Doves Fly Here', rebranding the album as 'The Mob x Yardsale'. Not entirely sure if this is an official collab but it'd probably be a bit hypocritical if an anarcho-punk band moaned about copyright infringement. I mean nothing says anarcho-punk like paying £32 for a tee.
That's enough chit-chat though. Head to the shop to browse the full range of Yardsale clothing and buy now from CSC. Or, find out more about the latest product on the CSC Blog. Safe.