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      We know, we know the site has been all Filmage for weeks now. So consider this a week end wrap up of a super fun time. If you were there, then you know it was an awesome film, made by a great bunch of guys about one of the best bands around. 

      There are plans to release Filmage on iTunes and Netflix but those are still far out. Until then, be sure to follow Filmage for the latest news on screenings, events and all things Filmage. Are they doing East Coast shows? Yes. Are they coming to the UK? Maybe. How do we know any of this? We follow them on Facebook and Twitter and so should you.

      And now to the main event, the "meat and potatoes" of this post, and if you are vegetarian or vegan, then let's get to the "potatoes and potatoes" of this story. A little over 3 weeks ago, we joined forces with Vannen Watches to put on a Filmage event in San Diego. We asked Mark if he could do the Q&A, and we waited for his response, and he said...wait for it...."yes". We invited San Diego's hometown radio hero, Mike Halloran to join in on the fun. Mike knows more about music than iTunes. And there the stage was set. Filmage San Diego was a go.

      These fine people circled around the block to catch one of the 3 screenings.

      The guys behind the film but in front of the poster. Meet Deedle and Matt.

      A packed San Diego Digiplex house.

      Can you find Waldo in this picture?

      In between screenings, Mark mingled with the crowd. Nice HMNIM octo hat photo bomb.

      None of this would have been possible without all these great people and that box of popcorn.


      By now you've seen the best collab involving an iconic punk band and an octopus. We can all now thank the legendary Bill Stevenson for giving the Descendents' blessing. But what you didn't get to see, was the sweat, the tears, and the heartache that went into that shirt, sleepless nights, the missed birthdays, all in the name of perfection. Countless renditions and sketches were sent back and forth, back and forth, until one emerged from the rest. It was a hail mary, all our hopes and dreams resided in this one design. And it was all up to Bill. We sent the design. tick tock, minutes turned into hours as we waited judgement. And then it came. "yeah that looks cool" -Bill

      descendents Milo collab tee with Mark Hoppus's company Hi My Name Is Mark

      This shirt is available exclusively at this Saturday, the 21st, Filmage Screenings in San Diego. Limited Edition of only 300 shirts were printed. With a hand numbered hang tag authenticating the edition number. The shirts will be $30 and we will be accepting Cash and Credit Cards, unfortunately we will NOT be accepting bits of string.

      limited edition Descendents X HMNIM tee hang tags for Mark Hoppus' Hi My Name is Mark brand.

      To all of you that can not make it to San Diego, any stock left after Saturday will go online early next week. So don't despair there is still hope that you can own one of the best shirts to ever grace the naked body. Descendents X HMNIM.


      If you get the New Tees On The Block reference then you either grew up in the 90's or your television is broken and stuck on VH1. You really need to get that fixed, having only one channel is no way to go through life. Sure you could read a book or go outside, but there are literally hundreds of TV channels that you could be watching and to limit yourself to just VH1 is crazy. Do you know how many shows there are about cooking? Or ghosts? Wait, idea time! Why has no one come up with a paranormal cooking show? It's genius! Don't even think about flying to Hollywood and trying to pitch our million dollar idea. We came up with it first. Not exactly sure how that would work. Celebrity ghost judge? No, it's a terrible idea. You can have it. We've got lots of projects we are already working on over the next few months, and we can't get sidetracked with "Ghost Chef", plus there are three new HMNIM tees coming out next week. And part 2 of the Mark Hoppus "Hi My Name Is" video series, but enough about Mark, let's get the focus back on the new tees. New Tees coming soon.