While Scarface preached the dangers of getting high on your own supply, who should Tony have depended on to vet product quality, considering that other guy was sleeping with his sister, and regardless had the most untrustworthy hair in movie history? Testing out his own tees, JohnnyRoyale
Working as a graphic designer, JR started out creating cheeky statement-makers just for himself, until adulation from both mates and strangers down the pub persuaded him to vend online; he still gauges new ideas by wearing prototypes and noting reactions, marking the only time hard stares in your local netted market research rather than a swift decking.
Street/graffiti styles include the "CCTV" series, depicting various citizen-spying cameras, "Gas Doll", featuring a gasmask-clad baby, and the "Che" series, including "Mickey Mouse Che" and "Stormtrooper Che", presumably exclaiming "Viva, la rebel scum!" Further graphics run from a "Loaded Gun" that appears to be tucked into your trousers, to a propaganda-style number that's got a commie looking fella' pointing towards "Progress!", to a locust-decal'd series with "Tourist" printed in several languages, so that all other tourists will understand that they should be annoyed by you.
For climate-aware Londoners, JR also has hoodies, including a "2nd Class" freepost logo splashed across the chest, the formation flying, star-propelled military "Jets MK II', and "Guns", featuring 16 neatly-clustered firearms, who have always stuck together, because that's what leedle frens are for.