Stay ahead of the fashion curve and get your hands on a free Golf Death T-shirt - only in this week’s Boston Standard.
The up-and-coming clothing brand, founded by a Boston-area man, is offering two lucky readers the chance to win one of their quirky unisex tees.
The winners will be given a choice from three designs and can pick their size.
Golf Death’s owner and designer Rob Swain takes his inspiration from 1980s and ‘90s pop culture – with his love of films, TV, music, wrestling and all things paranormal reflected in much of his designs.
“I’ve always loved TV’s South Park, Jackass and conspiracy theories.” said Rob, 26.
Originally from the Boston area, he now lives in Lincoln where he can regularly be found doodling away on new designs. He is now working on more ideas and expanding the clothing range to include jackets and iPhone cases.
“I’ve always been a bit of a doodler,” Rob said. “I discovered my love for designing at university and came up with the Golf Death signature pink flamingo design. I put it on a T-shirt and it did pretty well, so I put the money from the sale of them back into designing more, and it went from there.”
For the full competition details pick up a copy of The Boston Standard, out today.
For more from Golf Death visit their website: www.golfdeath.com.