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April 3, 2007

{     Sub Urban Riot     }    

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There is a taste of rebellion in the air. Those are the thoughts that come to mind when I see the designs emblazoned on the apparel of Sub Urban Riot. When you read the “manifesto” of the company, their very first statement begins “Our methods are simple enough. We believe that total chaos and destruction of bad things is in fact a good thing. We thrive on flipping absolutely anything and everything on its head without thinking twice. We are here to create a happy, harmonious and awe-inspiring world of childlike wonder.”

With an ever growing line in originality, Sub Urban Riot stands the testament of independent clothing designers with it’s retrospective impressionist designs. Forget looking into the past, consider instead looking into the distant past with such designs as the Parthenon, Leaning Tower of Pisa to the faces of Buddha and Caesar. The palette of this striving company is not limited in mere retrospect, however. Indeed it has some truly profound contemporary art ready to tickle the grey matter within. A personal favorite and example of this can be seen with the shirt titled “Dumb Is Tough,” which displays a flacid tank gun. If people can’t take a hint from that, then truly their tank is not running on all cylinders.

The product in question is really top notch. After plenty of wear and more then a few spins through the washer, the shirts truly stand up as the highest quality. I very highly recommend this line to those of you looking to make a purchase that is truly worth your hard earned bread.

The company’s lines are ever increasing, from not just apparel for men and women but original accessories coming soon in 07’ and to add to their artistic appeal, some apparel will be highlighted in original short films on their website. Honestly, this is one line that I have to say is really worth your time. Check them out now!

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