|Written By: Jason: Wednesday, 11 November 2009|
Justin Martin was just a man who enjoyed House and Hip Hop music. He want to created some gear that would reflect his love for the music and for his ideals in the San Francisco underground scene. MixerFriendly Clothing was born out the love for his scene and its music. Since its inception in 2001, MixerFriendly has stepped outside the confines of DJ culture and into expanding their design landscapes.
These tees are some of the hottest I've seen. From mics in places of bullets in a machine gun belt to the infamous "RIP Michael Jackson," the ideas are jumping and the graphics on point. Much of their collections can be found at urban friendly web shops like Karmaloop.com and undergroundhiphop.com, none are sold through their site. With music and the world changing at a rapid pace the design landscape for MixerFriendly designs will be too.