Saturday, August 01, 2009


My show with Mishka opened on Thursday night.... I wasn't there, but I have these pictures and I got this text off the Mishka site.

Gutted I didn't get to go to New York and do my usual of skating round the city with Diddler and ending up at random places....but I think the show looks rad, cheers to Greg and Mikhail.

It really seems like we can’t get enough metal over here at 350 Broadway. After successful collaborations with Arik Roper and Ed Repka, we’ve decided to continue our legacy of working with the finest artists that encapsulate the twisted and macabre. This summer, we teamed up with artist Richard “French” Sayer for three new shirts. French’s usage of twisted, ghoulish images, plus an undying love for everything metal, made the partnership an inevitable one for Mishka.

From Aldershot, Hampshire in the UK, French is known for his extremely detailed line work of ghastly, mutated creatures. Having done projects for numerous skateboard companies – Zero, Creature and Real to name a few – as well as a handful of record sleeves, French is now bringing his unique designs to Mishka and blessing us west of the pond with not only his shirts but an art show featuring a selection of works. This will mark the very first of many art shows to be housed under the 350 Broadway roof.

French’s latest shirt design for Mishka drops July 30, 2009 at the Cursed Scrolls art show at our flagship store 350 Broadway. Cursed Scrolls runs for six weeks and will host the opening party on Thursday, July 30th at 350 Broadway from 7pm – 10pm.

350 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY

J/M/Z to Marcy Ave.
G to Broadway
L to Lorimer


Blogger Nate Vormehr said...

WE'RE carrying mishka in our store! haha

11:11 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Really neat, does this have much to do with roofer vancouver? or is this shop for trinkets?

4:13 PM  

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