Independent menswear label The Snake Hole combines art, tees and VBs in its new 2017 drop
Fellas, listen up. If you’re after some new-season threads with a little bit of jazz, then let us introduce you to The Snake Hole. It’s a label run by artists (and always will be) so you know what you’re throwing on is going to be pretty rad. Grab your deck and a VB tinnie and get on this.
Okay, so The Snake Hole is an artist-run gallery, studio space and independent menswear label based in the Mornington Peninsula of Victoria. The space is run by local artists Josh Brown, Josh Meyer and Cam Stynes, and we reckon what they’ve put together for The Snake Hole’s 2017 collection, called Warped Visions, is pretty darn rad. We’ve officially said goodbye to summer, so it’s time to embrace the change with new-season tees, long sleeve’s, jackets and caps from this head-turning independent menswear label.
We’re digging the vibe of the embroided Hopeless Romantic tees (as in the long sleeve variety), as well as the relaxed Love Nature tees, which are printed with eco-friendly ink. The Warped Visions long sleeve features a subtle (Ron) burgundy-coloured print, and there’s also a few colourways in the ‘greetings’ tee, designed by Mornington Peninsula artist Doc Wilson. The label is driven by an ethos of creating premium art driven garments for ‘artists, surfers, skaters, creators, stinkers and thinkers’ … you need to check these guys out (now!), head over here.