Introducing our “Rough Edges” design which is inspired by our first logo which can be found on our first album that dropped in 2011.
The album cover (and logo) was designed by graphic designer Logan Mills who’s Wu-Note album covers (Wu-Tang album covers that he redesigned inspired by the album covers from the legendary jazz record label Blue Note Records) served as the inspiration for SHAOLIN JAZZ To customize and purchase click here.
And to further celebrate the release of our new Sweet Nancy from Shaolin album we thought it only fitting to release a series of commemorative designs starting with “Sweet Nancy – Red.”
To customize and purchase this design click here.
And if you’ll be attending our NYC Listening Party/Art Exhibition today in Brooklyn we’ll have this T-Shirt for your buying pleasure.
Customize our “37D” design to fit a curated selection of apparel and home-goods. Check out our full range of product options here.
A City of Influences / SHAOLIN JAZZ “Influences 1.0” Studio Clutch / Features high quality double-sided print with a fully lined inner / To Customize and purchase click here.
We’re pleased to announce our newest SHAOLIN JAZZ design: “Influences.” “Influences” is a series that takes stylistic cues from pop art and graffiti and fuses them with SHAOLIN JAZZ’s more specific cultural influences of hip-hop, jazz, and martial arts. Our goal with each design, starting with “Influences 1.0,” is to tell a story that pays homage to our creative make-up, provide, if you look closely, a visual history lesson, and give insight into SHAOLIN JAZZ’s cultural DNA. To customize and order click here.
Introducing our premium line of T-shirts. Features include reinforced shoulder seams and neck bands, 5.3 oz heavyweight fabric, and a wash bag. The design above is our “Boom Boxing” print in dark grey. To customize and purchase click here.
Introducing our “Boom Boxing” design – inspired by the Shaolin martial arts technique known as “shadow boxing,” our “boom boxing” graphic also draws #inspiration from #popart aesthetics and is the latest #design from @latenightgenius‘ visual language highlighting the parallels between hip hop and jazz. Customize and purchase here.