Posted by Steve January 27, 2014

Is everyone veggie (get it, veggie not ready lol?) for Veggiesomethings new collection of super cool t-shirts? May I introduce his Killerslayer/KSLY concept label line. The collection consists of 6 designs, from his unique characters to his love of music you'll have it all.

Three of the shirts feature Newton Apple from Atomic Apples, Ellington from Sugar Bandits, and a fresh bear from Fresh Bears.  They are being offered in silver, creme, and black.

The other three shirts include -  "Beneath the neon sky, our moonlight" a line from the classic song "Kiss the Bottle" by Jawbreaker, while "Yo, microphone check one two what is this" is a classic opening line from the song "Buggin' Out" by a Tribe Called Quest.  He also united his love for shoegaze music and the Smiths for the third text design.  These text based designs are being offered on a "build your own" platform.  You can pick either white or black ink for the text and you can also pick the color (out of a wide range of colors) of shirt that you want.

All the shirts are available in men, women, and kid sizes too. 

To celebrate his launch, he is offering a discount code that will get you 20% off at checkout at  The code is HubbaHubba and is only good for a limited time. So get your arse moving and grab some sweet t's for the upcoming spring. Be cool and stay in school I always say, but first look the part! You can also go to as well as


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