We’ve introduced a Last Exit Twitter page for random film quotes and updates throughout the day: http://twitter.com/lastexitshirts and for those that prefer other social networking, try out our Myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/lastexitshirts – let us know what you’re thinking.
Chris Martin, the English singer-songwriter and vocalist for the band Coldplay, was recently snapped in L.A. wearing our Back to the Future homage T-shirt ‘Hill Valley High School’.
Adelaide’s style magazine Rip It Up contacted us for an interview about the idea behind Last Exit to Nowhere. Here’s a snippet of what was said: “Rip It Up has stumbled upon the greatest film T-shirt company on the web, designed especially for movie fans wanting something that cuts a little bit deeper than simply having a Hollywood star’s grinning mug on your chest. Last Exit To Nowhere specialise in T-shirts and hoodies emblazoned with obscure logo and designs from your favourite cult films, whether they be Fight Club, Aliens or Shaun of the Dead” Rip It Up gets the goss from founder, Mike Ford. Q: How long have you been around for and what spurred you into action? A: Last Exit is an idea I’ve been playing with for about four years. It evolved from an interest in designing band T-shirts, travelling and a love of great films. Q: It looks like you’ve got some cool celebrities donning your gear now – which celebrity would you like to get on board? A: “It’s great having Simon Pegg supporting what we do, also Andrew Stanton (Toy Story/WALL-E) is a big fan. I guess the ultimate would be Barack Obama wearing our Weyland Yutani T-Shirt – now that really would be something!” Continued in Rip It Up Issue 1031, Apr 23 – Apr 29.
Anthony Légal from France wins Best Picture of April 2009 with this simply stunning image inspired by The Omen. It doesn’t get any better than this. Anthony wins 3 T-shirts from our range.
Best Picture of 2009 Runner-up is Renaud Quilichini with this nicely crafted image, combining our Barringer State Hospital T-shirt with the old familiar scene in The Exorcist. We liked the effort involved in actually tying himself up to the bed for this shot. Renaud wins 3 T-shirts of his choice from our range for his dedication to the cause. Get involved this month and win some T-shirts for yourself – send your images to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspired by James Cameron’s classic 1989 sci-fi adventure film The Abyss, this Benthic Petroleum T-shirt is brand new to the Last Exit range. Click on the image for more information.