The Great American Diner. Iconic “Roadside Refuel” joints that first started to dot the highways, byways, and Main Streets in towns across America in the 1920s. Diner’s quickly came into popularity as they offered fast service, at lower price and a more casual environment than most proper restaurants.Continue reading
Walter Matthau (as Coach Buttermaker) and Tatum O’Neal (as Amanda Whurlitzer) in the 1976 classic movie, ‘The Bad News Bears.’ “The thing that surprised everybody then was it was about kids- but adults loved it,” said producer Stanley Jaffe.Continue reading
Definitely been an “ENDLESS BUMMER” and we’re not talkin’ Summer! #covidcansuckit
- Skull & Bones MuchoMoto commissioned design for The Selvedge Yard
- Grey T-shirt = 4.3 oz Tri-blend wears down to “vintage gym tee” feel, super-soft
- Black T-shirt = 4.3 oz 100% cotton, super-soft
- Men’s sizing – Women should size-down one size
- Next Level 3600NL Tee
- Printed in Philadelphia
FTW is whatever you want it to mean… F*ck The World, Forever Two Wheels, Fare Thee Well, For The Win…
TSY is stoked to announce the release of our FTW SCREAMIN’ EAGLE T-shirts~ Designed by the renowned, multi-talented artist Brendan Donnelly! Our Black T-shirt is actually a Black Heather Tri-blend that washes down to a vintage-vibes super-soft tee. << CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE / BUY! >> U.S. ORDERS OVER $50 SHIP FREE!
Our Grey FTW SCREAMIN’ EAGLE T-shirt is also a Tri-blend fabric that washes down to a vintage-vibes super-soft feel like you’ve had it for years! << CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE / BUY! >> U.S. ORDERS OVER $50 SHIP FREE!
You might have also missed the soft release of THE SAD OLD WAR T-shirt~ one of our all-time favorite designs yet! Original hand-drawn artwork by Joseph Fletcher for The Selvedge Yard. Joe is the multi-talented artist / musician / renaissance man behind the acclaimed band, “HOTEL TEN EYES.” his Ouija Board / Tarot Card vibes are dead-on… << CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE OR BUY>> And like all our designs they look equally great on guys and gals!
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TSY is blown away at how fast our NOWHERE x TSY DEATH PEGASUS T-shirts have sold out! Our latest release is extra special– Our Black Tee hand-printed with discharge ink that releases the black ink in the T-shirt, revealing the pegasus in white with striking detail and softness! << CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE / BUY! >> U.S. ORDERS OVER $50 SHIP FREE!
AS ALWAYS, OUR “DEATH PEGASUS” RELEASES ARE VERY LIMITED EDITION RELEASE, PLEASE DO NOT WAIT! << CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE / BUY! >> U.S. ORDERS OVER $50 SHIP FREE!Continue reading
Due to persistent requests we are stoked to release a NEW color-way of the “NOWHERE FAST / DEATH PEGASUS” collaboration between renowned Philadelphia artist Devyn Haas + The Selvedge Yard!
As a loyal TSY subscriber, you are getting a early access to purchase now, before they officially launch on Monday! U.S. orders over $50 ship FREE!
VERY Limited Edition Collaboration~ When they’re gone, they’re gone!
DEVYN HAAS x TSY hand-pulled 3 color Kustom printed T-shirt!
Color-way: White Pegasus body + Red & Blue overprint accents in soft water-based ink on Black 100% cotton Next Level tee!
Front Print: Nowhere Fast / Death Pegasus art, duh!
The Natural Pegasus color-way pictured below soldout in a day, and we expect the Black version could very well do the same– so don’t hesitate!
TSY‘s latest artist collab “Why Me Lord,” another dance with Doug Werner the talented eye and artist behind @muchomoto on instagram. How inspiration struck– growing up listening to my heroes Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash and discovering their love of the old spirituals, and soaking in the imagery of them in their youth. The iconic image of young Elvis in this stance, strumming away on his acoustic guitar is forever seared on my brain– was the inspiration for our artwork of the Grim Reaper lamenting why he has to spend eternity collecting souls when their time has run out on earth…Continue reading
“The self-taught photographer Gusmano Cesaretti grew up in Lucca, Italy– but as a child he fell in love with America through movies, jazz and the work of Beat writers like Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg. He arrived in the United States at age 19 on the day Kennedy was assassinated, and eventually made his way to California, where he found work in the photo department of the Huntington Library in Pasadena. It was during this time, in the early 1970s, that Cesaretti began to explore the Latino neighborhood of East L.A., photographing the people he met, and the graffiti that decorated the buildings. These photographs are ‘not just documentation’ but ‘remarkable works of art’ writes Jeffrey Deitch, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, in the introduction to his latest book, ‘Fragments of Los Angeles, 1969-1989,’ that surveys two decades of Cesaretti’s images. ‘In addition to their formal strength, they were infused with tremendous human sympathy.'”
Also, without Gusmano Cesaretti’s involvement and vision, the “TAKE NONE, GIVE NONE” film on The Chosen Few MC would not have been made.
INSIDE FOLSOM PRISON | 1978 | PHOTOGRAPHY (c) GUSMANO CESARETTI
BIKERS | 1971 | PASADENA CITY HALL, CA | PHOTOGRAPHY (c) GUSMANO CESARETTI
“I had the pleasure of building the entire machine myself. Doug Kinney sanded it and helped paint it, but the entire concept here was to build a machine for parades and stuff. At the first parade I threw candy from the rear trailer to the kids in the crowd, and it spooked the horses in the parade (kids chasin’ candy) I never did that again! Newton was responsible for the sketches of the ‘Candy Wagon’ after the machine was built. I drove this machine to many bike runs in and around California and it was an exceptional Harley trike motorcycle and very dependable!” ~Ed Roth