April at The Pistonhead Foundation

April was a busy month for the Foundation. Moving from fashion to illustration, we sponsored three amazing events, heroing an array of fantastically creative talent. 

Here’s what we got up to:

SCRT Co Shoreditch Pop Up

SCRT Co are a UK independent streetwear brand. They initiated as a small project in 2010, working with local artists to produce exclusive runs of fashion. The brand has grown hugely, but they still work with up and coming creatives to produce designs. They’re still as independent and forward thinking as when they started out, promoting creativity through bold design and detailing.

We sponsored their pop-up shop in Shoreditch from February to April. It began with an insanely busy launch event, with free t-shirts, music from Keep Hush and plenty of Pistonhead beers going around. Our Pistonhead fridge then remained a fixture in the shop to refresh and support the team throughout the duration of the pop-up.

Find out more about SCRT Co here: https://scrt.onl/

Pistonhead Lager sponsored SCRT Co Pop Up in Shoreditch

Pistonhead Lager sponsored SCRT Co Pop Up in Shoreditch

The Ragged Priest X Kickers Launch Party

Originally an eBay vintage store based out in Essex in 2009, The Ragged Priest has grown to be one of the most creative and cool streetwear brands in the UK. Still independent, they bring a punk and grunge attitude to their designs.

When they asked if we could sponsor their latest collaboration with Kickers, the iconic, confident, stylish footwear brand, we were happy to oblige. The event saw a stream of people come through the London flagship Soho store, hydrated by Pistonhead Lager and given the first opportunity to buy the gorgeous new Kickers x The Ragged Priest shoes.

Check out The Ragged Priest on their website: https://theraggedpriest.com/

Pistonhead at The Ragged Priest x Kickers Launch

Pistonhead at The Ragged Priest x Kickers Launch

MM… FOOD: Blue Monday Press Exhibition @ The Studio Brighton

On 27th April, Blue Monday Press hosted MM…FOOD at The Studio in Brighton, an exhibition to celebrate food in pop culture. A multitude of work by emerging illustrators was on show, from a variety of local and international artists.

Food from Smack Tacos was provided, as well as beer from us, of course. A big turn out led to an immensely successful event.

You can follow Blue Monday Press on social @bluemondaypress

Are you an up and coming, independent creative, musician, artist or designer? Does your event, exhibition, collection or gig need sponsoring? Get in touch via our website and we’ll do what we can to help: www.pistonheadfoundationuk.com/support