Edward Colver & DNGRCT "Darby Crashed" All-Over-Print T-Shirt
Edward Colver + DNGRCT "Darby Crashed" T-Shirt
The classic, iconic portrait of Darby Crash by Edward Colver is paid homage to in collaboration w/ Oakland-based multimedia artist DNGRCT.
• 100% polyester
• Brushed fleece fabric inside
• Unisex fit
• Overlock seams
• Sturdy neck tape
• Silver YKK zipper
• 2 self-fabric pockets
Edward Colver is ultimately the most seminal photographer in the history of Southern California’s burgeoning hardcore punk scene in the early 1980’s, single-handedly documenting and birthing 20th century punk icons with his photographs, capturing the lifestyle, fashion, art and music shows in Los Angeles. His work was featured extensively on the film and book entitled “American Hardcore” and on more than 500 album covers - some of which are the most recognizable in rock music history.
Check out Edward Colver's Official Website
Oakland based street artist DNGRCT vandal, rabble rouser, punk rocker works primarily in stencils w/ spray paint in his work always alongside wheat pasting his outdoor work. The East Bay troublemaker signature is a stencil image of a snarky cat w/ fangs wearing an eye patch. DNGRCT strives to express empowerment & equality w/ strong anti-authoritarian and deep support of anarchist progressive direct action including vandalism for social change.
#DidYouKnow that DNGRCT is also the co-founder and owner of Destroy Art Inc?
Check out DNGRCT's IG account here!
Visit his official website here.
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