Barking Irons Shines

Borrowing the term "shines" from a 19th century slang term used by thieves for jewelry or precious items, our friends at Barking Irons recently introduced their first line of jewelry. Like their history-obsessed tees, the accessories—cast from 19th-century souvenir spoons from old New York—draw on the rich mythology of the locale. The pendants ($315), which are replicas of the bowl of the spoon, and rings …

Barking Irons: Behind the Scenes

Remember Barking Irons, the label that makes those great 19th century New York street culture inspired t-shirts? They recently shared a video of their production process. In addition to showing how silk screening works, it's infused with the fun and fervor that Barking Irons is all about (and there are some great shots of Buck, the oversized French Bulldog). Check out the video after the …

Barking Irons

Barking Irons uses photo-chromic and glow in the dark inks to compliment their already striking designs. Inspired by 19th century New York flash culture they translate antique American iconography on the more contemporary medium of fine jersey Ts.