Supported by Gatrac Sales in Tokyo and Pacific Marketing Works, masked artist Rockin’ Jelly Bean (RJB) started Erosty Pop in 1998. The clothing label that is based in Los Angeles, is used as vehicle for RJB to extent its lowbrow art scene through wearable merchandise as medium.
Not to mention that sex sells, but it’s been RJB specialist since its first public appearance in 1997; in which he famous as both talented graphic artist and mysterious character with custom-made Mexican wrestling mask. The name “erosty” itself suggest that RJB artworks are deeply inspired by what it’s called “an alternate reality of mesmerizing little girls” and fantasy of sexploitation. That not all though. Erosty Pop collection also includes tees featuring designs of quirky, Frankenstein-like monster character called phantom.
Erosty Pop tees are mainly distributed through stockists’ which the full list available on its website. Alternatively, you can buy its tees online on erostika.net, Spana, and more on its dealers list.
Rockin’ Jelly Bean website can be found here.