The Dartmouth Clothing Co.

Throw this one into the “good people doing good work” file. At the beginning of all my broadcasts you will hear me say something like “Coming at you live from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.” Well, that’s where I live. We are a rough and tumble little crew holding down the shores of Dartmouth. A proud crew, who may or may not carry switchblades.

Well, allow me to introduce you to the small but mighty Dartmouth Clothing Co. Owned, operated, built, muscled and chiseled by my mohawked pal Eric Miller. He works his ass off on his designs, screen-prints all of these shirts in his basement by hand, then packs and ships everything on his own. This is homegrown, people. This is where it’s at. Brute force Eric. Not to be messed with.

There are 2 reasons why Eric and his Dartmouth Clothing Co. are landing on the blog. First off, Signalnoise supports this guy and what he’s doing. All on his own, just getting it done in 1-color awesomeness. Secondly, Eric and I had a meeting a little while back about a team-up, which I’m really excited about. Dartmouth Clothing Co. vs. Signalnoise. Designs are flowing and I’m excited to see these things on shirts. More details to come, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, swing over to the Dartmouth Clothing Co. website, visit the online store and drop Eric a line on Twitter.

Fun fact: Gottigen is a street here in Halifax, which is why that pistol design is so damn awesome. If you’re from here, you know what I’m talkin’ about.

6 Comments

  1. Going to the store right now! Looks like some amazing shirts :)

  2. P.S Love the tweaks you have done with the website ! Very nice!

  3. james (Author)

    Thanks Jorden. There were a lot of little cosmetic changes I’ve been wanting to do for a while. After my logo re-design I decided to get on it. Simplifying stuff. Cleaning.

  4. Awesome stuff man! I especially like the ‘made in America’ on the print screen ;)

  5. Daaamn that Gottingen one is badass.

  6. Haha I grew up in Dartmouth (England version!) for a while…back in the Acorn Electron days. Should get a UK Dartmouth division tribute T :)

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