1x Tesco branded value white t shirt
This shirt was made using t-shirt transfer paper, but before that the first version of this was made all the way back in August 2006 just using stencils and fabric paint, where I posted it up on Stencil Revolution. (Unfortunately couldn't find the oringal posting as they've redesigned their website since.)
Undoubtedly "inspired" by shamelessly ripping off the Banksy "Tesco Value Soup Cans" prints.
I went to Pyongyang and all i got was 10 years in a political re-education camp
Express your love for the most advanced democratic people's republic in the world!
Buy now before the whole country falls apart, otherwise this shirt may get overtaken by current events and will become archaically retro.
Swiss m70 parka jacket
I picked up one of these for cheap from an army surplus type place online, I liked the look of it unique and unusual Leibermuster (Aplenfalge) camo pattern that the swiss adopted in the 50's.
More info on the pattern at Camopedia.
I've got a couple of surplus jackets, however it seems with this, unlike the standard, field jacket + webbing combination that they where originally worn with.
The Swiss however appear to have just cut out the middle man and just combine it all in one. Hence why this thing is massive, it has nine pockets, providing you with more than enough storage to carry all the Swiss cheese and chocolate you'll need.
This is a bit over kill for me, so I unstitched and removed the chest, arm and rear pockets, along with the reinforced waterproof sleeve patches.
It came out pretty well, is much more light weight and less bulky.
Dyed Eastpak Militia Bag
Old Eastpak bag that I've had for a while. Overdyed the cordura with 2 packets of Rit dye.
At first it was pretty much pitch black, but after giving it a light wash, it's come out with this stone wash like effect, which is pretty nice, I guess. Unstitched the Eastpak logos before I dyed it, and replaced it Russian Militsiya patch.