Altamont have collaborated with Sacramento based drummer Zach Hill of the band Hella to design two tees and record a six song EP. Rad!
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As part of their just delivered Spring collection, Altamont has this basic yet rad 59Fifty. The Undisputed grey/white is at Altamont shops now.
The name Pushead is synonymous the moniker of a San Francisco-based illustrator. His intricate and intense artwork first exploded in the early 1980s on toxic, genre-defining album covers and t-shirts for bands like The Misfits, Metallica, Prong, Cavity, Rush, Soundgarden, Dr. Dre, Cocobat and Dr. Octagon, as well as skateboard brands Zorlac, Conspiracy, Zero skateboards, [...]
Altamont celebrates the unlikely story of groundbreaking Toronto hardcore band Fucked Up with a small t-shirt capsule for Fall 2010. First up is the iconic-in-certain-circles Fucked Up logo over Altamont’s popular custom tie-dye body. The second graphic features a punk rock dude stomping out a raver chick as illustrated by cartoonist Brian Walsby.
Eriberto Oriol is a highly-acclaimed documentary photography with a a gift for capturing the raw essence and realities of L.A. Latino street life, now his images have been chosen for a new Altamont t-shirt collection. Father to equally renowned street photographer Estevan Oriol, Oriol senior has been published extensively from the USA to Japan and [...]
I know that we’ve featured him here before, but his stuff is so rad that we thought Boogie deserved another shout out. Boogie started photographing rebellion and unrest in his hometown of Belgrade, Serbia in the early 1990s. In an unlikely twist of fate, he won a lottery visa to the United States. With just [...]
Boogie started photographing rebellion and unrest in his hometown of Belgrade, Serbia in the early 1990s. In an unlikely twist of fate, he won a lottery visa to the United States. With just a camera and no money in his pocket, Boogie quickly found his new home in the ghettos of New York City. [...]
The artists featured in this exclusive series for Altamont were chosen by No Age and given a loose theme based around the progressive power of healing. Artists participating in this series include Matthew Thurber, Sam McPheeters and Hisham Baroocha. Each one of the artists created a t-shirt for the series and the outcome is rather impressive.
For the Holiday 2008 season, Altamont has aligned with Mike Jones and Mikhail Bortnik for a collaboration of t-shirts based on the panic and shock of horror pictures and the merciless existence of street thugs. With Altamont the two designers worked on a series of three t-shirts, that will be coming out in the following [...]