Start with the mysticism of the Ouija board, mix in a dash of Russian prison ink, and top it off with traditional American tattoos; you’ve got yourself a hell yeah, one-of-a-kind T-shirt. This masterpiece of wearable badassery was designed by Razorcake contributor Bone Dust and features a spooky all-seeing eye rising above a flaming turret.
An introduction and examination to my social anxiety-induced nervousness and how that shapes my identity, whether it’s just my own brain running into overdrive or because of larger political problems.
I’ve always loved the greater work a muddle of smaller pieces can make, as it brings to mind what can be done through unity. I could expand on that, but I’ll just let the pictures do the talking.
Lilly Nelson is a thirty-something punk veteran who hasn’t been to a show in over a decade. When her friends and even strangers try to convince her to go see Interscissor—the hottest new punk band—she is reluctant. Her feelings of doubt quickly fade as she joins the crowd for a truly life-changing experience, and gets more than she bargained for.