Summer Clothing Range: Eternal Sunshine
Pick your favourite Colour Tee from our Eterna Sunshine Summer Clothing Range. Our “Eternal Sunshine” Design is printed on these Chilled Pastel Colour T-Shirts. This is our 4 Part Pastel Series of Summer Tees. The colours we have chosen are inspired by the Beach itself, the sun, sea and sand.
TDP Custom Tattoo Clothing
TDP Tattoo Clothing Goes Custom! We found across all of our Social Media platforms there is a growing demand for us to produce TDP Custom Tattoo Clothing. With the possibility to choose between one or more of our Tattoo Designs we have available across our...
TDP Clothing Outfit Pack Online Now!
TDP Clothing Outfit for Men and Women With the recent release of our shorts for men and women, we decided to create a TDP Clothing Outfit Pack available for the whole summer with the perfect TDP Outfit. Our Bundle comprises of the Brand New Shorts for men with...
How to Sew on Patches
We have recently added Round Patches to our Catalogue. If you are a crafty person and love to do things by yourself or learn how to sew you own patch on you jacket or bag, you need to know How to Sew on Patches.Patches are perfect to personalize your Denim Jacket, Leather Jacket or Backpack. You can also sew them on Jeans or Canvas Bags.
Tattoo Clothing Giveaway May 2019
After the success we had with the first competition we made we decided to throw a new one, lasting 7 days. It’s been a while since we threw out a competition so here’s your chance to get your hands on one of our tees. We are given 2 people a chance to win some merch. This competition is until the 10th of May. Everyone can partecipate. Make sure to read all the rules!
Tattoo Lettering Hoodies & Tops
The first Sleeve Print released by The Devil’s Playground Clothing. We decided to release this on Hoodies and Long Sleeves Tees, both items are the same style but compleately different colors.The Sleeve Lettering Design was designed and hand drawn by The Devil’s Playground resident Tattoo Artist. Hidden in this Modern Twisted Gothic Style of Lettering is a number of symbols. This Style of Script is inspired by the Dark Art Tattoo Movement.
Tattoo Clothing Spring Sale
We are giving to our existing and new customers a massive 30% Discount in their Cart. The offer is valid on T-shirts, Crop Tops and Raglans until the 28th of April 2019. Don’t miss out! To take advantage of the offer you will need to Sign up if you’re not already a User or Log In if you already have an Account with us. The discount will be applied automatically when you enter the cart.
Tattoo Clothing Tie Dye
Batik is a method born in the Island of Java, Indonesia, for colouring cotton fabrics. This technique was included in the list of UNESCO’s “Intangible Cultural Heritage” in 2009 as an expression of knowledge and skills that a group recognises as part of its cultural heritage. The first findings of flax fragments come from Egypt and date back to the 4th century, they are bandages for mummies that were soaked in wax then scratched with a sharp stylus, dyed with a mixture of blood and ash were washed with hot water to eliminate the wax.
New Clothing Range ETERNAL REBELS
"Don't Trust the Snakes" Tattoo T-Shirt This Tattoo Design is the first release of our New Clothing Range "Eternal Rebels". The Snake Head is printed on the right pocket area of the Tees. The Garments available are T-Shirts and Crop Tops. The snake design is the first...
The Devils Playground Clothing Photo Shoot
The Devils Playground Clothing Photo ShootWe had the pleasure of working with the Italian Photographer Flavio Gasperini aka Flaview on the 24th of February. We have slowly been realising the photos taken. You can find some of the shots from The Devil's Playground...
Pink Print Hoodies & More
Pink Hoodies & Grey Hoodies We had a lot of success with the release of the Pink Hoodie with the black front Black Print of the Devil Gentleman, so We decided to release a totally new series of garments with Pink-Black contrast. The main Garments are hooded...
The Evolution of Screen Printing
The Screen used for Screen Printing was originally composed by a wooden frame and a mash made of hair. This required a very difficult and laboured process to create one of these screens. There was a progress in the making in 1907, when Samuel Simon from Manchester patent the Screen for the Screen Printing made of Silk, with more resistance and the possibility of printing more copies of the same image. He also introduced rubber rolls for the spread of the ink on the screen (evolved in the Squeegie we know now).