Bakline fans, meet Rich Tu.
Rich Tu meets Bakline.
One of our latest tees (and favorites) is a collaboration with New York designer and illustrator, Rich Tu. No Cure For Rugby has been on our minds for a while and took some time to figure out the finished look. Bakline’s Rob Schnabel and Rich worked together sketching out the core of what it meant to fans and players alike.
The love/hate relationship our spirit and bodies has with the game has no end. We get pulled into the game despite the knocks and cuts and it never lets go. We love it that much.
Rich added his signature illustrative style and typographic hand to complete the design and made it truly a one of a kind piece for Bakline fans. Making it’s debut was more fun with a Kareem Black photo shoot with designer and streetwear demi Goddess Samii Ryan.
Check it out here for a limited pressing of the tee.
To learn more about Rich’s work, check him out here!
Photos by Kareem Black
5th Annual Leonas Lube Wrestling & 2015 Calendar Release Party
The Village Lions Rugby Football Club present our 5th annual Lube Wrestling Tournament & Official 2015 Calendar Release Party on Friday, November 14th.Cheer on your favorite Leonas as they get wet and wild competing for the coveted Glitter Bra Trophy—currently held by champion, Nicole “Guns” Rosario.Grab a friend and join us for world class entertainment and the some of the best drink specials around town. All are welcome to join the fun!
2015 Calendars will be available hot off the press for $15Happy Hour Specials ALL NIGHT—
$3 Assorted Drafts
$3 Well Drinks
$3 Bud & Bud Light
$10 advance tickets
$12 cover at the door
Just celebrating a fun and highly structured campaign of sophisticated rugby photography ahead of next year’s Rugby World Cup.
More from Future Deluxe and photographer Philip Haynes.
Respect all. Fear none.
If it’s not rugby that helps expose rugby and the haka culture to America, then maybe basketball will.
Because if you’ve heard of rugby, there’s a good chance you know the haka. So seeing so many people bewildered or entertained by our team’s clueless reaction to the haka only proves we have a ways to go.