Basements are one of those places where nothing good ever happens, from Dad doing home repairs and losing a thumb, to Uncle Marty taking you down there and hiding his thu...y'know what, no more talking about Uncle Marty. Making something good come out of his basement, the guy behind LowLevel
Crafted by a local dude with sufficient subterranean space, LL's a line of bags, tees, and canvas art prints featuring pop-culture icons/also-rans laid down with spray paint using stencils that're hand-drawn and hand-cut; there's also a subsection of jewelry that's decidedly dude, in that many of the pieces represent things that will hand-cut anybody who makes fun of your jewelry. Tees include Smoke Up (a nod to The Breakfast Club's John Bender), riffs on Black Flag and Clash album covers, an Always Sunny Mac take titled It's Always Bloody In Philadelphia, and On The Reg, a Kenny Powers homage that's great to wear out on the lake so long as you GET OFF THE F*&$ING JET-SKI! For mewelry, it's pendants like 4" and 2" knife blades, a tomahawk, and a hatchet, all cut from steel before being ground and polished by hand and then rust-proofed, because everyone knows the real danger of running around with a 4" dagger swinging round your neck is tetanus
LL's also carrying a bunch of sprayed-and-stenciled canvases, with swirling sunburst backdrops supporting pics of folks like Hunter S. Thompson and Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, which is the exact opposite of what you said when...wait, no more talking about Uncle Marty!