Hi My Name is Mark x DESCENDENTS x FILMAGE: San Diego Shirts Available Online

September 24, 2013

Hi My Name Is Mark Filmage Milo Descendents T-Shirt

Hi My Name Is Mark (the clothing company owned by Mark Hoppus of Blink-182) produced a small quantity of limited edition HMNIM x DESCENDENTS t-shirts for the San Diego Screening of FILMAGE, and there are a few left that've been made available online. Quantities are super limited, so get yours quick before these are gone! Oh, and the best part about this shirt is that its officially approved by Bill Stevenson! So unlike all those other knock-off tribute shirts out there, you can feel good about buying this shirt because a large portion of the profits go directly back to the DESCENDENTS. Enjoy!





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