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Art and Design / December 14, 2022

Kneecap releases new merch line

Image: Peadar Ó Goill
Art and Design / December 14, 2022

Kneecap releases new merch line

Words: Ellen Kenny

The trio have released a line of hats, scarves, tote bags and more.

Hip hop trio Kneecap have released a new collection of merch, including t-shirts, hats, scarves and tote bags.

Fans of Kneecap can now buy your typical logo t-shirts, beanie hats and totes. They can also get a “Kneecap X-Ray Tote” featuring a balaclava, a can, a blunt and a bag of coke- all the essentials.

All designs were created by Dublin-based artist Selkies, who has previously collaborated with Emma Langford and the Irish Arts Centre in New York.

You can also get the “essentials scarf” featuring designs of all the typical Kneecap details from barbed wire to a pint of Guinness. Kneecap are also offering a “bucky petrol bomb scarf”.

Other merch includes a bonfire t-shirt, an “England out of Ireland” sticker and a petrol bomb badge. You can’t say that Kneecap don’t know a thing or two about building a brand.

Click here to check out Kneecap’s latest merchandise.

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