Founded in a garage in the heart of Venice by Natalie Grof and Blaine Halvorson in 1998, Junk Food Clothing is inspired by old-school music, soft fabrics, all things vintage, and the heritage of Southern California life. The apparel brand (now owned by Delta Apparel) embodies a deep appreciation for well-made tees and a free-thinking consumer. “Our product is a canvas of self-expression,” reads its mission statement. “Junk Food graphic t-shirts tell a story of a specific time period, a rock band, a character, or an icon.” With a plentiful collection of tees ranging from Blondie to vintage Disney, Junk Food Clothing is moderately priced with apparel that fits any style. But, really, it’s made for the rebels, the surfers, the skaters, the progressives, the rockers, the moshers—anyone willing to make a statement. In other words, you.
EDITOR’S PICK: Womens Classic Wonder Woman Logo Original Tee $44