about our stuff
we design and print everything we sell — and we do mean everything. from bad idea, to crummy sketch, to questionable print — it's just us. we don't farm anything out to commercial printers or rely on clip art. everything we do is by our own two hands. hand drawn, hand screened, hand folded. hell... we don't even have a goddamn print carrousel, it is LITERALLY just a screen practically nailed to a hunk of wood in what can only be likened a large outhouse. so yeah, buy some stuff and we can afford heat next year.
Hannah Manocchio is a local artist who has backgrounds in printmaking, art history, painting, lettering, and sharks. she prides herself in random fun facts, italian guilt, and feminist outbursts. her life motto: “if i cant wear sweatpants, i dont want to go.”
about our shirts
as mentioned above, we print everything by hand. we use water-base inks as opposed to plastic-based inks. this keeps us green, amongst other things. it also yields a slightly different look than what plastic inks offer — these days often confused with iron-on transfers. you'll see a little bit more of the "process" in our apparel — a look we value as it lets us know it was done by hand, not machine.
we take a lot of pride in developing this stuff on our own and we hope you dig our stuff as much as we do. despite our terrible affected demeanors, we would love to hear from you. please contact us with any and all questions, praise, and nudies.