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post #31 of 151
My older brother has an Ed Hardy hat, and I am just trying to convince him to burn it or use it as a thing to crap in.
post #32 of 151
I have mixed feelings about Christian's intent with his brands. I certainly detest the aesthetic of the Ed Hardy and Christian Audigier brands.

If a guy wants to take advantage of all the young uneducated retards in this country then well done to him on his success.

I only wish he laced his clothes with cholera or typhoid to rid these bottom of the barrel douche fuckers from society!.

P.S. His booth was frick'n dead as a dodo at the NYC trade show, perhaps retailers have the smarts to finally resent this gutter shit.
post #33 of 151
I'll ask what the hell he was thinking next time I see him. His tatoo shop is right down the street from me.
post #34 of 151
Thought I had to put in my 2 cents on the ed hardy bashing....hate it. In my city, wearing that stuff screams superficial muscle-head tasteless club promoter vain douchebag. one word.....BEDAZZLE!!
post #35 of 151
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
Hahaa, so glad it left LA a couple years ago though you'll still see a sprinkling of it here and there.

Don't thank us!

HAH don't pretend like LA is "done" with Ed Hardy. It's still the LA Douche uniform of choice. Everyone else is still catching up
post #36 of 151
It started here and ends here first.

I still see some people around but most have moved on even though it's on the rise everywhere else.
post #37 of 151
I have several tattoos of classic Ed Hardy designs (or designs he adapted) and will probably end up with several more. I like his old school American stuff, and he's the most important historian and publisher in that tradition. But yeah, not so much into the clothes, even if they weren't now associated with some unfortunate demographics.

I will buy one of his gorilla clocks when the price comes down, though. It will fit in with our decor perfectly (lots of pulp, horror, and tattoo-related stuff, along with other artifacts of pop and trash culture that we enjoy).

I'm not real into kustom kulture, but my dad was and some of my friends are, and it's a shame to see what happened to Von Dutch's good name, too.
post #38 of 151
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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post
P.S. His booth was frick'n dead as a dodo at the NYC trade show, perhaps retailers have the smarts to finally resent this gutter shit.

My impression is that he doesn't need that much walk through traffic at the trade shows. The buyers just leaf through a catalogue picking one after another objectionable piece. It's not like there is much to be gained by talking to a drone at one of the booths, compared to trying to discover new talent. How long before retailers move on is anyone's guess, of course.
post #39 of 151
You gotta love their caps!
post #40 of 151
ed hardy is ballin only the shirts though no hats, or jeans
post #41 of 151
Straight ballin though the real playaz done moved on to christian audigier.
post #42 of 151
yea i got that and ed hardy but no smet with the born on the streets garbage
post #43 of 151
eh is wack
post #44 of 151
i see dem boyz in hoopdiez ridin wit dat shiz. repsekt.
post #45 of 151
Please oh please let Ed Hardy be the nail in the coffin for graphic T's, the same way Von Dutch was for mesh trucker hats.
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