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BEST PICTURE OF THE MONTH JUNE 2017

BEST PICTURE OF THE MONTH JUNE 2017

The Best Picture of the Month Competition winner for June 2017 is illustrator Jamie Gibson wearing our Withnail and I inspired T-shirt whilst meeting Bruce Robinson and Richard E Grant at the Electric in Birmingham for the 30th Anniversary of a Withnail & I. Jamie wins 3 Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts of his choice.

If you’d like to enter our competition this month for the chance to WIN 3 Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts of your choice, then send your image to us by email: info@lastexittonowhere.com We also accept submitted photos sent to us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – All images must contain a reference to Last Exit to Nowhere in some way.

HARD ENAMEL FILM INSPIRED PIN BADGES

HARD ENAMEL FILM INSPIRED PIN BADGES

NEW to the range: Hard enamel pin badges with backers inspired by various fictional companies from some of our favourite films. Size: 38mm. Fixing: Metal Clutch. Plating: Black Dye. View all of them > HERE

BEST PICTURE OF THE MONTH MAY 2017

BEST PICTURE OF THE MONTH MAY 2017

The Best Picture of the Month Competition winner for May 2017 is Kris Kristensen wearing our The Fog inspired T-shirt at the Point Reyes Lighthouse, also known as the location for the 1980 John Carpenter film The Fog. Kris wins 3 Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts of his choice.

If you’d like to enter our competition this month for the chance to WIN 3 Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts of your choice, then send your image to us by email: info@lastexittonowhere.com We also accept submitted photos sent to us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – All images must contain a reference to Last Exit to Nowhere in some way.

MONARCH - JANJIRA RESEARCH FACILITY - INSPIRED BY GODZILLA

MONARCH - JANJIRA RESEARCH FACILITY - INSPIRED BY GODZILLA

We knew the world would not be the same. A few people cried; most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad Gita; Vishnu takes on his multi-armed form and says, “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.” A two colour design, hand screen printed on a regular fit 100% cotton ice T-shirt. Inspired by the fictional company featured in the 2014 film, Godzilla.