We’ve been meaning to release some new T-Shirt designs for a while now, with only a few of our last series – the very popular Dragon Lodge vs. The Yard designed by Looking Sideways art director Owen Tozer – left (see the merch. page and below) we had the opportunity to work with the super talented illustrator Phil Morgan, whose design has just arrived form the printers:
Phil first came to our attention through his graphic work for the likes of Crayon Skateboards, City Surf shop and the CSC (Cardiff Skateboard Club) – he’s work is increasingly in demand, with recent work including exhibiting with the Looking Sideways crew at their Boardmasters event in August (see his LS profile here) as well as successful print shows in London, while his work is increasingly popular in the US with designs for the likes of the super cool Wolves Kill Sheep clothing label. We’re basically stoked Phil was into this project and think you’ll agree the final design and Ts/Sweatshirts look great!
Check out the original design below – and if you’d like to get one of these beauties yourself then info and prices are below.
T-Shirts – £20 each including P&P UK*
Sweatshirts £30 each & £2.50 P&P UK*
* For anyone wanting postage worldwide email for cost – for anyone wanting to pick up at the lodge when they stay obviously no postage cost.
Sizes available – from Womens S, M, L to Youth sizes and Mens S, M, Large – for all details and to buy email email@example.com
To check out Phils work see his website philmorganillustration.co.uk
To buy other work by Phil check out his excellently named BigCartel Shop
We still have a limited number of the DL vs. The Yard Ts available too – limited sizes and only about 10 total, so email for size/colours available if interested – prices £15 inc. postage on these:
Dragon Lodge vs. The Yard – the first of many collaborations to come with like minded artists and brands.
ABOUT THE YARD:
The Yard started out as a group of friends and a logo. The name came from an old station yard where we used to hang out, skate, kick a ball and talk about what was on our minds – ‘see you at the yard at six’. We figured most people had a place like that when they were growing up.
We used the logo as a way of identifying ourselves as a crew, stencilling it on everything we owned from surfboards