Launch day!

Aaaay! Thanks for stopping by. Here's a bit of who we are and what we're up to.

Sour Planet Logo

Sour Planet is just a couple of doofs hanging out in the San Francisco Bay Area, making t-shirts, decks and stickers. Most of our work features vintage bikes, bad ass ladies, and a healthy dose of deviance. We cater to a very particular person. You know that scene in Terminator 2 where Eddie Furlong is getting chased down by the T1000? The one with the semi? Come on, this scene:

If you saw that and thought, "OMG WHY NOT ME?" then we make stuff for you! If you thought, "gawsh that looks dangerous," then you're probably better off picking up shirts from Kohls.

Riding is a way of life, but it doesn't have to be all serious business. Our work is reflection of that: self deprecating, honest, goofy. We all just meatballs. Most of our characters are downright cartoony, just like everyone else we know.

Sour Planet Skateboards

Sour Planet is all bout bringing together like minded deviants. Moto, BMX, skate, metal, low brow, whatever! Anyone on the fun side of a middle finger is welcome here (spoiler: both sides are fun). Our first few decks are based on the usual suspects (metal and moto!) and there are more coming soon.

Boys and their bikes

Sour Planet is actually our third kid. That up there is our first and second: Som (the frazzily little devil) and Anton (the bomb-proof custom BMX). They're secretly the backbone of the brand- the embodiment of freedom, life, and, of course, absolute chaos.

We'll be back with more updates soon. We're hitting the convention circuit for the first time and just can't wait to show you how little we know about the whole process via a series of ragey fail posts! To keep up with us on the daily, hit up the obligatory social circles. Over the next few days, we'll be giving away free artwork and t-shirts! Check the Instagram for details.

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