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Feeling Positive: Beebosloth Unboxing

Since the ’70s and ’80s (hell, even earlier than that), people have been modifying their clothes. One of the most popular ways to customize your wardrobe is with pins and patches. I, myself, have two jackets that I am always working on a customizing, but there is one focal point that is hard to come by, at least for me, and that’s the back patch. I need not worry anymore, all because of an artist named Bob Plissken AKA Beebosloth. I have finally found the one that I’ve been looking for! Back patches aren’t the only thing that Beebosloth offers, but they are definitely some of my favorites. Watch the unboxing video below, and then keep reading for more detailed pictures and information.

First, I want to send a huge thank you to Bob for sending me these items to unbox for you!

Beebosloth has patching, pins, stickers, clothing and even items for kids! Let’s check out some of his amazing designs.

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This is the back patch that I was telling you guys about, and it is definitely my favorite. This large patch is all cloth and is a sew-on patch. It features a skeleton in an electric chair who is just trying to Stay Positive. The print on this is awesome and of great quality. Now, I can’t sew to save my life, so putting this on is going to be an adventure. I couldn’t find a price for this piece on his website, but this wasn’t the only bad ass back patch he sent.

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I don’t read or speak a lick of Japanese, but I do happen to have a husband that can read Chinese. Luckily, Japanese and Chinese characters have a lot in common. According to him, he has no idea what the top is, but the bottom looks like the Chinese character for death. I think that might be pretty accurate, considering its name is Deathless. This back patch is awesome, and it is another sew on.

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Next out of the care package are a of couple of patches and a sticker featuring a skull wearing the coolest sunglasses. He’s stoned to the bone and just wants to be left alone. I feel you, Skull Man. I want to mention that one thing that Beebosloth does INSANELY well is the sticker. His stickers are some of the coolest that I have ever seen! We have a smattering of them here, including Made Of Sin, You Can’t Handle The Truth, a skull with a ring of roses, and It’s Not You, It’s Me.

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Also featured is an awesome little enamel pin. As a lover of space and of skulls, I find this pin amazing. It is very small but is very elaborate. The design is called See You, Space Cowboy, and I just love it. There is no bleeding paint over the lines, and it is extremely detailed, considering it’s size.

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I take back what I said about Stay Positive. THIS t-shirt design is a mood. I Hate Everything heralds back to that moment in The Addams Family when Wednesday just can’t handle the “normal” people and tries to drink poison. The print on the shirt feels great and is thin. I can’t talk about its fit, as it was too small for me (curvy woman over here), but the moment it does, you best believe I’m wearing it. Or, I could turn it into a cotton-y back patch. There is a sticker to match. And hey, don’t forget the voluptuous lady in the top corner.

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Bob sent a LOT of awesome stickers, some of which have already made their home on my laptop. Check the designs out from the top left to right and then onto the bottom: I Welcome The End, Grave Wave, another lady from Boobtown, All Shadows And Dust, Hit The Road, Flowers, Avoid Everyone, the embodiment of the very fabric of my being, my husband’s favorite, Talk Shit Get Split, and I Was Always Here. Some of these have a holographic finish to them, which I am a BIG fan of.

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Alright, guys, get ready for a big chunk of awesome stickers, going left to right and then moving to the bottom left: Oh Shit, I Died, It’s Morphine Time, Love Is A Battlefield, The Master Of My Fate, Lil’ Peep Tribute, Chivalry Is Dead, Burn The World, See You, Space Cowboy, Please Love Me More, Deathless, XXXTentacion Tribute, Fucking Loser and Everything Is Temporary. I love these designs so much, and these stickers are QUALITY.

That’s it for the Beebosloth unboxing! These items are amazing and if you like any of these designs that are still on the site, you can get them on shirts, bags, phone cases, hell, you can even get them on a duvet! There is so much on his website and so many more awesome design than can even be showed in a single unboxing. I highly recommend taking a look at his website HERE and check out what he has to offer. Again, a huge thank you to Bob for sending these items. Keep an eye on PopHorror because there is a metric ton of awesome things coming your way.

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About Dev Crowley

D.D. Crowley has been writing since she could scrawl misspelled words on paper to make a story. Thankfully her writing has improved. An avid horror, paranormal, sci-fi and video game lover, she gets to write about all her favorite nerdy fandoms. Some of her favorites are found footage movies, the original 'Halloween' and 'Resident Evil' (the games not the movies, don't ever ask her about the movies... you have been warned).

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