Well well well, what do we have here?
It’s been quite some time since we’ve released any new gear, so we wanted to do something special to break the long dry spell. We got together at Jenk HQ in a stuffy conference room and brainstormed, and ultimately decided we should hit up our pal Marco of Stunt to see if he’d help us cook up some good ol’ fashioned hand-silkscreened goods.
If you’re unfamiliar, Marco is a one man band who is helping keep the art of screen printing alive, doing it on his own terms out of his personal print studio in Detroit, MI. As mutual fans of each other’s work, both trying to break into the industry on our own, the pairing seemed like a no brainer. Together, we came up with a few items and designs that we felt were in line with our respective tastes, inspirations, and aesthetics that hopefully you guys will also enjoy.
OK, this is the part where we go commercial on you:
“Take this opportunity to grab a piece of rare collaborative gear, brought to you by Stunt and Jenkem, blessed by the hands of a silkscreen mad scientist. Order now to elevate the status of your dated wardrobe today.”
Alright, glad that’s over. Anyway, we all know there’s no such thing as too many T-shirts, so there’s no harm in buying one of these before they’re gone.
The capsule will be available only on stunt365.com and will actually go live tomorrow, July 8th, 2023 at 12 PM Eastern Time (that’s noon, not midnight, for those of you that can’t read time). Set your alarms and iPhone reminders now or forever hold your peace.
We hope you enjoy and as always, more stuff soon.
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