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Rebel8

Rebel 8

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Rebel8 Logo Snapback Cap - Black/Green
Rebel8 Asgard T-Shirt

Rebel8 Asgard T-Shirt

£31.99 £24.99
Rebel8 Laurels Pullover Hood - Black
Rebel8 Laurels Sweatshirt - Grey
Rebel8 Laurels T-Shirt

Rebel8 Laurels T-Shirt

£31.99 £19.99
Rebel8 R8FC T-Shirt

Rebel8 R8FC T-Shirt

£31.99 £24.99
Rebel8 Hand Signs T-Shirt

Rebel8 Hand Signs T-Shirt

£31.99 £19.99
Rebel8 8 Burst T-Shirt

Rebel8 8 Burst T-Shirt

£31.99 £24.99
Rebel8 Ghetto Pass Gold Snapback Cap
Rebel8 Rasing Hell Zip Hoody
Rebel8 Three Amigas T-Shirt

Rebel8 Three Amigas T-Shirt

£31.99 £19.99
Rebel8 Rifamos T-Shirt

Rebel8 Rifamos T-Shirt

£31.99 £19.99
Rebel8 Persephone T-Shirt

Rebel8 Persephone T-Shirt

£31.99 £19.99
Rebel8 x Rancid Dope Sick Girl T-Shirt
Rebel8 x Rancid Dope Sick Girl Tank
Rebel8 x Rancid Old Friend Tank
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Founded in 2003, Rebel8 is a San Francisco streetwear company with deep roots in skateboard, graffiti, and tattoo cultures.
Joshy D. and Mike Giant met in the late 1990's in San Francisco's then bustling graffiti scene. Josh ran the popular graffiti website, HiFiArt, and Mike was one of the city's most notorious writers. Years later, and having had some experience with a previous clothing venture, Josh approached Mike about creating a handful of t-shirt graphics. Mike agreed, and a small batch of shirts was made. Josh sold those shirts out of a messenger bag around the city, and Rebel8 was born.
Today, Joshy D. runs the business and Mike Giant sees to the art as Rebel8 finds itself growing in many creative directions at once. Now an internationally recognizable brand, Rebel8 is still committed to the communities from which it comes, and strives to reinforce its unique lifestyle with every product.
Every Rebel8 graphic by Mike Giant is hand-illustrated. Unlike most clothing graphics, which are created by digitizing the original artwork into vector format, Mike's graphics are exact reproductions of his original art. No part of the original inked line is compromised in this process, lending an edge of authenticity seldom seen in today's mass-produced market.