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Bomb Story: Much of The Hundreds' design inspiration pulls from '80s and '90s culture. The video games we played growing up employed 8-bit graphics, which had a maximum capacity of 256 colors. Soon after, the Sega Genesis and Turbo Grafx 16 consoles upped the graphics power to 16-bit, then 32-bit and so on. This one is an homage to the blocky pixel art that defined characters like Sonic the Hedgehog and Toejam & Earl. A throwback to simpler times and a reminder that while everything has changed, nothing has changed.| Background Story: Horizontal stripes, especially of the yarn-dyed variety, are a staple of The Hundreds' collection. Earlier on, they were derived from the surf knits and beachgoer patterns that graced the backs of Californians in the 1980s. Examples include Hang Ten, OP, Quiksilver, and Gotcha. In the following decade, independent skate brands and rave companies capitalized on stripes across boxy, baggy tops. Whether they're fatter stripes across neighborhood-sanctioned Charlie Browns or pinstripes across suiting or a baseball jersey, The Hundreds' stripes speak to a spectrum of subcultures.

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Bomb Story: Much of The Hundreds' design inspiration pulls from '80s and '90s culture. The video games we played growing up employed 8-bit graphics, which had a maximum capacity of 256 colors. Soon after, the Sega Genesis and Turbo Grafx 16 consoles upped the graphics power to 16-bit, then 32-bit and so on. This one is an homage to the blocky pixel art that defined characters like Sonic the Hedgehog and Toejam & Earl. A throwback to simpler times and a reminder that while everything has changed, nothing has changed.| Background Story: Horizontal stripes, especially of the yarn-dyed variety, are a staple of The Hundreds' collection. Earlier on, they were derived from the surf knits and beachgoer patterns that graced the backs of Californians in the 1980s. Examples include Hang Ten, OP, Quiksilver, and Gotcha. In the following decade, independent skate brands and rave companies capitalized on stripes across boxy, baggy tops. Whether they're fatter stripes across neighborhood-sanctioned Charlie Browns or pinstripes across suiting or a baseball jersey, The Hundreds' stripes speak to a spectrum of subcultures.

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