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We’re in the news!

 “Find Homegrown Fashion At Local Boutique”  Black Ribbon Society has been featured in an article about the Local Boutique on SanDiego.com. “In the accessories department there are many lines to peruse, and Black Ribbon Society is one of the hippest and most interesting. Design partners Jesse Young and Kristofer Hammes offer funky jewelry and . . . → Read More: We’re in the news!

San Diego OUT.SKIRTS Fashion/Art Show Nov. 28, 2009

 Come join us at the OUT.SKIRTS art & fashion show! There will be live art shows & fashion shows as well as over 20 vendors selling their wares! We will, of course, be at the Local Boutique booth. We have been busy little bees putting together new designs & merchandise specially for this event! . . . → Read More: San Diego OUT.SKIRTS Fashion/Art Show Nov. 28, 2009

New Tee Shirts!!!

We have added yet another category to the umbrella of Black Ribbon Society- hand screen printed teeshirts! We use only the best t-shirts to print our designs on. Purchased from a manufacturer in Georgia, USA each tee under goes a wash in the manufacturing process in order to bring you the ultimate . . . → Read More: New Tee Shirts!!!

Linocut Printing Operation

As is our custom, we never employ sweatshop labor. Everything we design is produced locally in California. Not that you need proof, but we decided to give you an exclusive peek into the manufacturing world of Black Ribbon Society, small though it may be. Feel free to take a looksie through the following pics. . . . → Read More: Linocut Printing Operation



The Black Ribbon Society: Kristofer Hammes & Jesse Young on Facebook

The Black Ribbon Society: Kristofer Hammes & Jesse YoungPromote Your Page . . . → Read More: BECOME OUR FAN ON FACEBOOK!

Off With His Head!

My newest drawing “Off With His Head” depicts a most theatrical scene of a woman clad in darkness, she stands in a perspective directly in-line with with a “smug” boy, which gives the impression that his head is being carried or presented to the viewer.I wanted the mood/feel to be darkly-humorous. When I look at . . . → Read More: Off With His Head!


Hello there!I am proud to announce yet another successful submission to a Spraygraphic.com call for art!This time I chose to participate in their “Support Your Local Band Poster Show”.Here is a link to all the information and updates on the event:http://www.spraygraphic.com/postershowHere are a few images where my work was captured that I grabbed off . . . → Read More: POSTERshow!