Shopping Cart

So, about dive bars…

So, about dive bars… dive bars are like the girl from She’s All That if she never took off her glasses, but everyone thought she was (non-traditionally) attractive in the first place. Let’s say she also has weird habits and a smell you can’t place, but everyone has such a soft spot for her. And even the popular jocks from high school frequent her several times a month—okay, nevermind, this is a terrible metaphor. Anyway, let’s talk about what makes a dive bar!

Everyone has at least one weird, wild story, if not a dozen. Dive bars are this weird limbo where, for some insane reason, your moral compass doesn’t work. It just goes all screwy, like when a magnet gets too close to a legitimate compass. You think this decision is pointing toward northern glory, but it’s actually leading you straight to southern infamy, the likes of which will be hard to justify the next day or even explain a year from the next day. Everyone who’s been there has a story that starts all wide-eyed with “Oh man, so this one night…” Read more >

from the shop

Drop your email addy to subscribe to our occasional newsletter with a few blog posts, new designs, and even coupon codes and deals.

Exorcist 1973

The Exorcist was released in 24 theaters in the United States and Canada in late December. Audiences flocked to it, waiting in long lines during

Read More »

Minitruck Life

I was having a conversation with a female friend a few weeks ago and she admitted to having “fooled around” in no fewer than four

Read More »

bunny’s motel

Bunny’s Motel first opened their doors in 1957 in Grants Pass, Oregon, serving the traveling public who were increasingly exploring the country in the decade

Read More »

Jesus People

It’s 50 years since thousands of hippies found Christ on the beaches of California and made their way to the UK. Andrew Whitman traces their

Read More »
Psyne Co.