1994 Death Metal Shirt

'Biker' Death Metal T-shirt

A closer look:

Death Metal Artwork
This biker-style death metal shirt comes in a cotton-blend crewneck, and the screen-printed graphic is laid out with meticulous old-school precision by the good folks at Babylon Burning.

material: cotton blend
color: black

Here's a bit more about our 'Biker' Death Metal Tee:
Rick Reese
Wear one of our intricate “death metal” logo designs, and be prepared for people to stop you in the street to ask about the band on your shirt. That’s no accident. The artist is Rick Reese, a well-known West Coast freelance illustrator who counts among his biggest influences “Pushead,” famous for his skateboard graphics in the '80s, as well as doing artwork for bands like the Misfits, Metallica and Kool Keith. Reese works with bands himself these days, but his collaboration with No Starch Press marks the first time he's done album-cover-style designs for a book publisher – an artistic juxtaposition he thinks "adds to the shirt's appeal."
Alstyle #1301
The Alystyle #1301 is made from a high-quality cotton blend, and has been preshrunk to maintain its size. This shirt was made to last – and that's a good thing for a tee you'll want to keep forever.
Babylon Burning
Since its humble beginnings out of a Bernal Heights utility room in 1976, to today’s roomy industrial space (and attached art gallery) in SoMa, Babylon Burning has become an ink-stained institution in San Francisco. As the city’s oldest screen printer, they've survived bubbles, busts, recessions, earthquakes, and major social changes. But one thing that’s stayed the same is the printing process itself, which is still done almost completely manually.

Screen printing is a method of printing graphics on a T-shirt that lays thick inks over a mesh screen imprinted with the design, ensuring absolute precision. Sure, there are quicker ways to get a graphic on a shirt, but nothing looks better than an old-school screen print.