Streatwear brand Kill Brand has released some lethal unisex shirts and hoodies. Scroll for pics.
The origin of Kill Brand is an interesting story. Way back in 2001, the idea for Kill Brand was born in an alley. Jonny Smith took a hot pink T-shirt and black spray paint and graffitied K-I-L-L across the front, and took the stage. Originally, just meant to show his fuck everything attitude, this fresh trend took fans by storm. Before long he was designing, spray-painting, and selling his T's out of the back of the tour van. As demand grew he invested in a screen printing machine, that was used in his studio apartment to keep up with demand. Jonny personally screen-printed every item by hand with his signature, KILL. Today it’s 2019 and Kill Brand designs are sold in retail stores worldwide. Kill Brand still makes edgy designs, not giving a shit what people think about it. Making designs for the people. And Jonny still bleaches and paints shirts by hand. How dope is that?
As we usually do in this space, we’re going to highlight one piece from the collection. This time we’re going back in time. All the way back to 2003 when this Kiss Of Death design was originally created. It quickly became the brands signature style and they have used it off and on ever since with good reason. Reminiscent of Billy Idol’s patented sneer, this shirt says my brand will kill your brand in a not so subtle sort of way.