For the grappling nerd in all of us – I’m proud to reintroduce the “Submission Series” prints and t-shirts! INspired by my passion for all things wrestling/grappling/jiu-jitsu/judo – what you see here is based on my experience over the many years on the mat. “Have fun with it!”. The prints are 13″ x 19″ Giclée prints printed on museum quality archival paper and this is the second edition (of 25). But what about the t-shirts! GET THEM HERE direct from our partnership with long-time cohorts Digital Gravel. Digital Gravel has been bringing you fresh new gear since the late 90′s! and they are the proverbial “OG’s” in the game. If you OR somebody you know is a #Jiu-Jitsu nerd – DON’T SLEEP! They will not last for long!
You are going to love what’s on tap to be delivered in these bags. #RiviGoods X #LudwigVan = ReVisit. Special delivery indeed.
Yep, that’s correct. Ludwig Van & Rivi Goods bring you #ReVisit. Deadstock orange-line selvedge denim, OD green pocket bags from recycled Army case sleeping shell’s and vintage talon trims…only limited run of 100pcs made. Will launch May, 2014. Get it while you can.
Yes, it’s been way too long since Ludwig Van has dropped new graphic tee’s but trust me it’s worth the wait and you’ll enjoy them. Stand by new stuff loading end of Feb, 2014. #thanksforthesupport!
Coming very soon to your back, your very own “Born To Roll” rocker patch. Whatever your in to, be it Bikes or Jiu-Jitsu, Skate, whatever. Make your own meaning. That’s what we do. They will available on various items, limited edition offerings as well as on their own so that you can apply and customize how you like. Be on the look out!
Coming soon to the Ludwig Van web-shop. Just in time for Spring/Summer we made a small run of “Rugby” polo’s. Made of mid-weight 100% cotton pique fabric, printed number patch on the back and custom skull-bone buttons. These are finished with a vintage-wash treatment and are certain to be as comfy as ever. Stay tuned, these will go fast!
Here at Ludwig Van keeping an eye on quality is important when you are making small runs for a discerning customer. I also think that paying attention to a classic look or a “timeless” style is just as important. Trends & Fads come and go. The last thing you want to do is look at that piece with the crazy print, or patch-work in all different colors in your closet and remember how much you paid for it and think….”sh*t, it’s only been three months, and I can’t wear that anymore….”
Rest assured, I feel you. You are not alone. That’s why I like to keep the ratio of timeless to impulse 3:1 (three parts, timeless pieces, classic colors to 1 part impulse being the pieces that have the volume turned up a bit )…so, pay attention to this ration and you should be good to go. All of this will make a statement that you know what’s up.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a MILLION.