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General News / April 6, 2020

Watch the new documentary following the journey of Donegal based designer SADSAC

General News / April 6, 2020

Watch the new documentary following the journey of Donegal based designer SADSAC

The new short film uses archival footage and interviews to illustrate the path a young DIY designer from Ireland took to bringing his clothes to the world.

Rural Ireland isn’t exactly the place you’d associate with hip hop artists. However, for Daniel Walters aka SADSAC Donegal has been his home and base for creating and distributing his own custom clothing line.

Drawing from the power of nostalgia, he frequently applies graphics from his favourite childhood shows to create his pieces and has had Black Bear and Wifi’s Funeral among others don his clothing.

He has now released a short documentary reflecting on his journey from selling clothes out his bedroom to collaborating with major brands like Caterpillar. Highlighting his struggle with his own mental health, it’s a real look into the life of a creative doing something out of the ordinary.

Directed by  David McIntyre, the short also features music from Aaron Everything and an intro courtesy of Jack Roulston.

Watch below: