DGH SKELETON MJ V. MARS Tee

DGH STUDIOS Take on The Classic Nike Campaign Featuring Michael Jordan holding Mars Blackmon by his collar. Our design features our Classic Skeleton "Mr ShowBiz"  hand drafted holding the Iconic Mars Blackmon (Spike Lee) over a flaming portal with a nice subtle vintage distorted finish.

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CLOUT® SOUL NOT 4 SALE HOODIE

Printed on premium 100% heavyweight cotton hoodies, with New CLOUT® Cross logo, Signature I HEART NOVA LOGO and our new collaborative statement
"Thou Shall Never Sell One's Soul..For the Price will Forever be Too low" #SOULNOT4SALE
Designed by NOVA GRIZZY

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DontGoHollywood® Collection

A Streetwear Collection inspiring the youth to take a second look at “HOLLYWOOD” FAME can turn to INFAMY very quickly.
EVEN SOME OF THE MOST BELOVED CELEBS ADVISE: "DON’T GO HOLLYWOOD”
Our garments are a mix of tabloid like imagery and pop-culture references that capture the taboo of limelight. Our Message is simple maintane who you are through the struggles and through success.

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    "Nowadays, it’s common for people to sell out to maintain an image amidst the smoke and mirrors of pop culture. Fame, money, and peer pressure play a significant role in the cultural pandemic, and many fashion and lifestyle brands pull on their strings. Amidst the sell-out culture, one brand is out to promote authenticity. The brand’s name is Don’t GO Hollywood, a streetwear label that’s out to sell an ideology through fashion products."

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    "When passion meets vision, the outcome is epic, and Ars Media Arts Group is all about making legendary opportunities available to aspiring creatives from visual artists to branding enthusiasts, graphic designers, and advertising creatives."

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