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OFFICIAL T-SHIRT FOR SIGHTSEERS

OFFICIAL T-SHIRT FOR SIGHTSEERS

An official T-shirt for Ben Wheatley’s pitch black comedy Sightseers, exclusive to Last Exit to Nowhere. A two colour design, hand screen printed on a regular fit, 100% ultra cotton brown t-shirt. It’s no secret that we’re massive fans of Ben Wheatley’s films here at Last Exit, so it’s been a real honour for us working on t-shirt designs based on what we consider to be his holy trinity (Kill List, Sightseers, A Field in England) this year.

OFFICIAL KILL LIST T-SHIRT

OFFICIAL KILL LIST T-SHIRT

Exclusive to Last Exit to Nowhere, the official T-shirt for Ben Wheatley’s critically acclaimed crime thriller horror, Kill List. A single colour design, hand screen printed on a regular fit, 100% ultra cotton black t-shirt.

A FIELD IN ENGLAND OFFICIAL T-SHIRT

A FIELD IN ENGLAND OFFICIAL T-SHIRT

The official T-shirt for Ben Wheatley’s A Field in England. Hand screen printed on a regular fit, 100% ultra unbleached cotton cream/natural t-shirt. Original illustrations by Luke Insect & Kenn Goodall. Available for a limited time only.

A Field in England

A Field in England

We were honoured to be asked by Kill List/Sightseers director Ben Wheatley to produce T-shirts for his highly anticipated next film, A Field in England. The T-shirts will be available to buy from us on the 5th of July (2013) to coincide with the release of the film in cinemas, on Film4, DVD, Blu-ray and VoD. More information about how to experience this film can be found here.

Stamp of Approval

Stamp of Approval

It was a proud day for us here at Last Exit the day we received this image of actor Terence Stamp holding up our ‘KNEEL’ T-shirt. Thanks to Dallas King @ChampCelluloid for his involvement. Photo © ManeSánchez

LETN's Mike with Ben Wheatley, Steve Oram

LETN Mike with Steve Oram and Ben Wheatley

Last night a couple of us were lucky enough to get to see a screening of the pitch black comedy Sightseers at the Mayhem Film Festival in Nottingham. It pretty much ticked all the boxes for me, and is now officially my favourite film of the year. Afterwards, I had the pleasure of meeting up with the director Ben Wheatley and writer/actor Steve Oram, both top blokes. The film is released at the end of the month in the UK. Make sure you go and see this one, it’s definitely not to be missed. 10/10