söndag 6 september 2009


In 2004, because of shared sleep deprivation Josh Connor and Lyz Olko launched a streetwear label called Obesity and Speed. The label is known for its unfinished and distressed t-shirts, tie-back tanks and sweaters with hand drawn messages as "Nothing sacred", "Ignore Orders", "Even death can die".

The name of the label, Obesity and Speed, has its roots in punk music and is sampled from Josh and Lyz favourite back-in-the-day punk band. The prints will certainly remind those whi witnessed the punk at its glory.

This summer they designed a collection for Urban Outfitters called "Nothing sacred" and a shameless rip-off has been made by Forever 21.

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