Sunday, October 31, 2010

Taxidermy Diorama

In the name of Halloween and craftsmanship lets celebrate These Taxidermy Dioramas from San Francisco stores Paxton Gate and Loved to Death. Each piece is extremely detailed, from the hand-carved tiny picture frames to mice-sized furniture made of rodent bones.

Thursday, October 28, 2010


Only a couple of days until our Halloween event! I drew this little map so all you zombies don't get lost. Or you could just look at google earth. (1000 Congress)

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

now available

these sick shirts are now available online and at both our retail stores (Provincetown MA + Portland ME). We are going to be selling some of these + more goodies at our Halloween party Sunday.

Monday, October 25, 2010


We've just completely facelifted the Rogues Gallery webstore, it feels so good to be back in black. Check out our first wave of fall/winter styles, there's plenty more coming so keep an eye out here or our non-invasive e-newsletter. Also I've been getting emails about those killer Wolf t-shirts, those are going online this week and will be available in store at 41 Wharf St in Portland, ME and 208 Commercial St in Provincetown Mass.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

new stickers hot off the press

Nautical prints

Beautiful nautical prints from some of the folks over at Just Seeds. And if you don't know about Just Seeds, now you know (Check it out!).

Artists from the top down: Roger Peet, Alex Icky Dunn, Pete Yahnke.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Pumpkin Carving Contest

Thats right, we are having a good old-fashioned Pumpkin carving contest. Bring your creations down to 41 Wharf St (from 2-5) on Halloween before the party, (see below) to be judged by our pannel of experts. The winner will be given some limited edition Rogues Gallery stuff and free entry to the event! click here for some jack-o-lantern inspiration.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Maine Maps

Vintage maps of Maine.

*courtesy of the Maine Historical Society


Dark Tantra by Milton Glaser

If you are in or around Portland tonight go see To Inform and Delight the documentary about Milton Glaser at Space Gallery. If you miss that, read his book Art is Work. Both of book and film are profound inspirations for any creative.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

The Chatterbox

The Chatterbox was a periodical published "for older children" in London from the mid 1870's to the 1940's. These illustrations accompanied stories on history, scientific theory, adventure, and religion. It is nice to be reminded of a pre-photography era when illustrators had so much power in the mind of readers. These illustrations to me are at once awkward, alluring and funny.