Long-sleeve t-shirt with double sided print – with two-colour wrestlers image on back and small GLOW icon on front crest.
We’ve teamed up with design studio No Bad News to produce '1-900-660-GALS', a risograph zine celebrating the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling - 'GLOW' - an 80's women's wrestling phenomenon which used colourful characters, strong women, and over-the-top comedy sketches to create a memorable impression on its audience.
To accompany the release, these t-shirts are available for a limited run.
Colours Choose between a white or grey t-shirt, both of which have the same two colour print on the back and single colour print on the front.
Sizing: S: 36 M: 40 L: 44 XL: 48 XXL: 50
Shipping and Returns Sent by courier in Ireland, and internationally via An Post Standard Postage. For details on shipping and returns click here. Please note colours may vary between computer screens.
About the Artist Ashwin Chacko is a Dublin based storyteller, illustrator & designer. He works under the moniker Whacko Chacko. His style is influenced by contemporary culture and is rooted in his love for music, comics, tattoos and street art.
They're baaaaack! These sensational and spooky Banshee Bones jumpers are available again for a limited run, brought to you by Damn Fine Print, and Irish illustrator Fatti Burke.
Pre-Order Details Now that pre-orders have ended, all orders will be fulfilled and shipped by October 8th. All orders beyond this date will be sent right away, and all stock beyond this date is limited.
Printed on Gildan crewneck jumpers with double sided print, with large 'Banshee Bones' image on the back and a small Banshee head on the front, designed by Fatti Burke. Choose between a pink jumper with black print, or a black jumper with white print.
"Eager to devour A soft white edible bone That costs like 10p.
Not much in the pack But thought they were cool 'Cause banshees are Irish."
Chest Measurement (Inches)
Jumpers fit loose – ideal for layering – but if you want a less loose fit just size down!
About the Artist Fatti Burke is a Dublin-based illustrator from Co. Waterford, Ireland. She has been working as a freelance illustrator since she graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2012. Her work revolves around the things she loves – food, home, memes, animals and tradition.
These jumpers were originally released in tandem with ‘Toothache’, a risograph printed zine inspired by the childhood sweets we all remember so dearly, published by Damn Fine Press in 2020.
Hand Pulled screenprinted T-shirt. '10/10 Sad' is printed on the front and 'Sad' is printed on the back.
The shirts are part of the artist side project 'Loser', which plays on self deprecation and self awareness, and also on mental health as a light-hearted way trying to open up the conversation a little more.
Available in sizes: S, M, L, XL.
Printed on Unisex Fruit Of The Loom Original 100% Cotton T-shirts.
Izzy Rose Grange is a Dublin based artists and printmaker. She holds a BA in Fine Art Printmaking from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin.
Izzy is the Studio Manager here at Damn Fine Print.