People have many different ways to deal with their little bits of insanity, from making art, to seeing a shrink, to saying "F*ck it, I'm Nick Nolte". Using clothing as their outlet: Mishka
A NY-based brand of cool-bleeding-into-creepy casual wear, Mishka's greeting summertime with a fresh drop of colorful tees, button-ups, jeans, and shorts that're undeniably fun, yet're inspired by "death", "destruction", and "turmoil" -- kinda like Gary Oldman's character in the Fifth Element, except they don't shrink as much in the wash. New tees include the "Destined to Fester", w/ two corpses connected by the head with dripping cobweb title text (in white, military green, or black), "Death To Our Friends", in black, white, or blue, w/ a severed demon-bear head skewered on a snake-wrapped sword, and the "Mt. Deathmore", displaying a B&W sketch of Rushmore, with the dead prezes ghoulishly represented with razor teeth, spiked skulls, and in Lincoln's case, a biohazard-symbol face, surely the work of Radon Wilkes Booth. For less-loony attire, there's the 100% cotton "Townsend Plaid" short-sleeve button-up (slim cut, w/ white buttons, & opposing patterned pockets), the Alexi shrink-to-fit Japanese selvage jeans in black, slate, or indigo, and board shorts like the navy "Resurrection" (covered in halved oranges), and the back-to-crazy, quick-drying, monster-face-collage "Madchester", who seems really chill, until he runs out of Cheetos
They've also got chain wallets, BlackBerry skins, the B&W allover-incubus-drawn, laptop-pocketed "Twerps" backpack with a suede bottom, and the spray-paint-styled Bear Mop Pillow -- appropriate, as Nolte credits his pillow with his own mug-shot Bear Mop.