T-shirts have long been used as a form of self-expression, and one brand that knows how to push all the right buttons is Skim Milk. Originally launching in 2009 as Designerdrugs, the Skim Milk label was born from a desire to make tees that not only look rad but also carry a message. Amongst its collections you will find true art – each thought-provoking design has been carefully considered to turn heads by using a blend of innovation and sarcasm. Celebrity fans such as Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott have helped to cement the brand’s status as a true cultural touchstone.
The latest drop from Skim Milk continues the brand’s themes of biting social commentary, this time around taking aim at Trump, the state of punk-rock ideals, pop culture and commercial retailers. The tees are a boxy 90s-style fit and made from 100-percent cotton, with the looks modelled by punk-rock icon Don Bolles (the drummer of LA punk band Germs and Ariel Pink). With graphics that feature as an ode to VHS and CDs, some spicy doctored tweets and a range of slogans lampooning meme culture, these shirts sure have something to say.
Feeling outspoken? You can shop the full range of Skim Milk tees through the brand’s online store.