It’s great to see neighbors getting together and doing awesome stuff, like, decorating the Christmas tree in the lobby, or, petitioning for a speed bump, or, playing cards on the back porch.
But it’s extra great when those neighbors are all-organic girl-power butcher shop Lindy & Grundy and an artist from cult streetwear brand The Hundreds, and the project is an awesome line of cheeky carnage-centric t-shirts.
With a passion for old world-butchery and rockabilly style, Amelia Posada and Erika Nakamura decided to open up LA’s first sustainable, locally-sourced meat shop about two years ago. Since Lindy & Grundy’s debut on Fairfax, the ladies’ super hands-on, personal approach to the art of custom cutting and curing high-quality meats has earned them a a ton of national and local press.
Working with designer Benjamin Escobar of neighboring Fairfax shop the Hundreds and artist Jose Lopez has resulted in this quirky new line of tees that strikes a chord between vintage and street. If you’re into repping your neighborhood or broadcasting your love for fine farm-fresh meats, these are the tees for you. You can grab ’em over at Lindy & Grundy for $35 when you’re picking up some premium Cross Cut Beef Shanks for Osso Bucco (fancy).
801 N Fairfax Avenue Suite 105
Los Angeles,CA 90046