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Street Trash "Toxic Meltdown" Regular tee

Sale price$28.00

Size: 2X-Large

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Product Information

  • Screen printed on Bella Canvas, 4.2oz, pre-shrunk, 100% airlume combed and ringspun cotton tees
  • Unisex sizing
  • Retail Fit
Care instructions

Machine wash warm, inside out, with like colors. Tumble dry low.

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Street Trash

"Street Trash" is a 1987 horror-comedy film directed by J. Michael Muro. The story is set in the slums of Brooklyn, where a liquor store owner sells a toxic brand of booze called "Tenafly Viper" to homeless people for a dollar. When they drink it, the alcohol causes their bodies to melt and explode in a gruesome and gory fashion. Amidst this chaos, a Vietnam War veteran named Fred and his younger brother attempt to survive and escape the violence. The film is known for its outrageous and over-the-top violence, dark humor, and social commentary on poverty and homelessness in urban areas.

About the designer

Luke Johnson

Luke Johnson is a freelance artist based in New York and specializes in creating artwork for the horror genre. Dismay has worked alongside the top horror brands in the world due to his unique talent and ability to tap into the genre to capture the spirit of both modern and classic horror alike, drawing inspiration from Stephen King novels, punk rock, and 80s slasher films. You can find Luke’s artwork featured on several our releases, including Night of the Living Dead, Suspiria, The Void, and more.