RetroSupply Diestruck Antique Pin
T.S. Eliot once wrote "The good poet welds his theft into a whole of feeling which is unique, utterly different from that from which it was torn."
That was a personal reminder that interesting, substantial, and unique work is torn from the fabric of history and transformed into something new and unique.
- Brilliant illustrators like Brad Woodard keep work from Mary Blaire, Charley Harper, and even the little known pulp fiction illustrator close at hand.
- Jazz artists pay tribute to their past by slipping passages of notes from heroes like John Coltrane, Bill Evans, and Django Reinhardt into their improvisation.
- Emir Ayouni keeps a vast catalog of throwaway commercial art from 1950s advertising, fast food mascots, and horror comics to let distill in his mind.
RetroSupply is excited to announce an easy way to remind yourself of the importance of history in your creative work. A diestruck antique pin created from an illustration by Chris DeLorenzo and forged in the studio of Grizzly Wheeler.
Specifications: The pendant is approximately 3/4" in diameter and weights approximately 3.2 grams.
Perfect for putting on a jacket, backpack, or hat as a reminder of the value of history in the creation of great work.