June 04, 2019 1 min read

Paul McNeil, originally from New Zealand, is an artist who has probably worked on every canvas imaginable: from surfboards to art exhibitions. Throughout his career, he's designed countless tour posters, album covers and merchandise for the likes of The Rolling Stones, Beastie Boys and Sonic Youth. Whilst currently residing in Byron Bay, Australia, he is now pursuing his fine art career and exhibiting his work all over the world. All whilst enjoying his regular surfboarding hobby. 

McNeil's work has been wide-spread over the years and for the Spring/Summer season he's linked up with the guys at Deus Ex Machina on a small capsule collection. We're stocking 5 different graphic tees from the capsule collection, all of which feature original artwork from Paul McNeil. He's drawn upon his love of surf, punk rock and everything else in between whilst designing these and the end-result is perfect. No tee is the same, they've all got different graphics scribbled on the back; some, the Harajuku tee, sporting 'the residence of radicalness". Each t-shirt is name after a different location: Milan, Venice, Harajuku, Camperdown and Canggu, relating to the cities of the world that are each home to one of Deus Ex Machina's legendary stores.

We're super stoked to have our hands on this collection, check out some of the graphic tees we've got in stock below. 






You can shop the capsule now. Each shirt is priced at £45.