5 Free Shirts (...and some amazing sports art)

Posted by Adam Runquist on March 10, 2012.

While I started and run Grinder Threads as a solo operation, there are a lot of moving parts that make everything we do come to life. Believe me when I say that none of this is possible without the blood, sweat and dedication of a lot of other people behind the scenes. 

The most critical piece of the GT puzzle is Mark Penxa -  the creative virtuoso behind the Goons, Lake Placid, Checking Line, Wheelhouse, Original Six and Flying Orr designs.

But he is much more than the design guy behind our little hockey label. Aside from his commercial work in the skate and snowboard industries for companies like DC Shoes, Penxa has also delivered the jaw dropping acclaimed sports art series 'Stealing Signs'. 

His latest installation - Stealing Signs III - builds upon the momentum of his previous baseball and hockey releases to include a State-by-State journey of the stories and characters that have underpinned sports history. Starting in Pennsylvania, Penxa carves out a series of incredible pieces focused on a journey through the althetic undertones of PA - from Arnold Palmer, to Larry Holmes, to hockey's own Mike Richter and Hobey Baker.


If the art alone is not enough to get you fired up, here's a deal that might just make you tinkle in your paints a little bit:

For the first next three paintings purchased from the Stealing Signs Pennsylvania series, we're going to kick in FIVE FREE GRINDER THREADS SHIRTS. Yessir, that's $114.75 of free Grinder goodness and art that will bring life to your walls and conversations to your man cave.

So checkout the artwork by CLICKING HERE and after you snag your favorite(s) - use the promo code "Grinder" on the stealing signs checkout and shoot us an email at orders (at) grinderthreads.com (or on the contact page) with the five shirts and sizes you want and voila...you'll capitalize on the biggest free giveaway we've ever done.


*Note: Free shirts subject to availability.


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