The winner of our Best Picture of the Month Competition for August was Amy Irvine, who’s dad Mat Irvine, (pictured here in our ROBOTs T-shirt) was a Technical Consultant and Visual Effects Designer who worked on television, primarily for the BBC. He’s probably best know for his work on Dr Who and was involved in building K-9 and has operated and looked after him over the years, and still does. A big thanks once again for all the entries this time round. So, do you want to have a go at entering our Best Picture of the Month competition for September and for the chance to win 3 Last Exit T-shirts? Send your entries to: firstname.lastname@example.org – or us our Facebook or Twitter pages to show us your work. All entries must include a Last Exit to Nowhere reference.
“I’m a reasonable guy. But, I’ve just experienced some very unreasonable things.” A New T-shirt has hit the range. A single colour design hand screen printed on a regular fit 100% cotton dark red t-shirt. Inspired by Big Trouble in Little China.
Charcoal screen print on a regular fit, 100% cotton ice grey t-shirt. Inspired by the film The Shining.
“Always make the audience suffer as much as possible” Inspired by the legendary film director and producer Alfred Hitchcock and brand new to the range. Hand screen printed onto a red 100% cotton T-shirt. A limited amount of these will be available in the BFI Filmstore (London). Also available in Slim Fit options.
A brand new six colour design hand screen printed on a regular fit 100% cotton black t-shirt. Inspired by the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho. A limited amount of these will be available in the BFI Filmstore (London). Also available in Slim Fit options.
“You are what you do. A man is defined by his actions, not his memory.” A two colour design, hand screen printed on a regular fit 100% cotton charcoal t-shirt. Inspired by the 1990 film Total Recall