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Dirty Donny x Vans Vault Half Cab

July 2, 2012 BY / 0

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Appropriating the Stooges’ most famous song by calling himself a “streetwalking cheetah with a hand full of crayons,” ‘Dirty’ Donny Gillies makes reference to the ease with which he blended playful binder-worthy imagery with the rebellious energy of influential rock subcultures.  Dirty Donny has crafted artwork for bands like The Melvins, Queens of the Stone Age and Metallica, and now he’s joining in Off the Wall’s 20th anniversary celebration for one of their most iconic silos.  The Dirty Donny x Vans Half Cab pairs royal blue suede with Donny’s unique branding tags for a look that’s both familiar and unlike any of the others from this birthday set.  Check them out in greater detail below and get ready for Dirty Donny’s Half Cabs to arrive at Vans Vault dealers like Hot Rod later this month.  via N-SB

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