One more from the bikejumble

I forgot to mention another cool booth set up at the bike jumble last weekend.

Brooklyn’s own is silk screening t-shirts based on vintage cycling posters from a by gone era. Pete, the designer, has put a few twists of his own using traditional printing like a Warhol soup can.

I’m partial to the Valkyrie looking: the Liberator! In men and woman styles.

After all, cycling is liberating.

Here’s a little more about their designer Pete:

I am a small, independent T-shirt company operating out of historic Red Hook, Brooklyn. Having built up my first label, Live Poultry Industrial Clothing, into a distinctive line of designs that celebrate the industrial landmarks and icons of Brooklyn and the five boroughs, I decided to create a second line of t-shirts at an affordable price that exemplifies the fun of cycling.
Hence, The Cyclery was born. Hope you like it!

Cool shirts Pete. I dig them.

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