The Links page on a web site goes back to the earliest days of the internet. Over the years it’s grown out of fashion, but I don’t give a fuck. I dig the Links page. You can discover all sorts of cool shit that you never knew existed. As of today, this picture represents all of the amazing artists and brands that are linked to here on Doom Cycle. This list continues to grow all the time, so make sure you check back every once in awhile to see what’s up. If you haven’t checked out some of these sites before you’re in for a real treat. Prepare to have your head blown!
Artist Adi Gilbert has just released “Throttle”, a rad new shirt that’s making it’s debut on his Folklore brand! You may remember this piece from an article I wrote about Adi earlier in the year, and I’m really stoked to finally see it hitting his store. The shirt is made of heavyweight 100% cotton, and features such killer details like the sewn on hem label and printed inner label. Check ’em out below!
Grab one of these awesome tees today RIGHT HERE.
Adi Gilbert is an illustrator / designer based in Bristol with a mad passion for motorcycles, BMX, and skateboards. He’s the man behind 99SECONDS, and you’ve no doubt seen his work for Sideburn Magazine and their event posters like Dirt Quake and Rollerburn. His list of clients is long and impressive, yet he still manages to find the time to also run Folklore Brand with George King. It’s a really cool clothing line inspired by tales of myth, creatures, nature, old machinery, and motorcycles. This man keeps busy!
Gilbert’s interest in art began at a young age from reading comics like 2000AD and Commando, but it wasn’t until he left University with a science degree that his fascination with art became a passion. After witnessing all the unique artwork being created within the skateboarding scene, his desire to start drawing and painting again grew like a wild fire, leading him to abandon his career to pursue a new path in art.
Part of Gilbert’s appeal lies in his ability to project his enthusiasm for the subject matter through his art. His love for screen prints, vintage advertisements, old comic books, and propaganda posters is evident in his design choices, his use of color, washes, and his beautiful line work. Gilbert also loves to drop us in the middle of the action, leaving us scrambling to keep from getting run over.
If you’re looking for some killer art to liven up your home, office, or shop, Gilbert has quite a few signed prints available on his site 99SECONDS. As busy as he is, he’s always up for doing new stuff, so if you’re looking for some custom work give him a shout.
Look for more Adi Gilbert news in the future here on Doom Cycle.