Monday, October 1, 2018

The Biggest News in South Pacific Berets' History!

Painter, author, poet, photographer, film maker, singer and guitarist Billy Childish is one of today’s foremost and prolific artists and, following a long tradition in the arts, Billy’s choice of headgear is typically the Basque beret, as evidenced in many of his paintings, woodcut prints and at live performances.
I have long admired Childish’s work and am incredibly proud to have teamed up with Billy to create a line of beautiful Fear Naught Beretsfor Worker, Artist & Artisan.
These mid-weight berets come in four earthy colours: raven; indigo; moss and russet, fitted with the Chyldish – Fear Naught woven label and a traditional British beret lining in pure cotton.
These berets are made in a limited edition at 90 berets per colour in three diameters: 27, 30 and the 31.5cm Super Foulard. Each beret comes with a numbered certificate at $54.50 - 57.50.
Much more information on Billy Childish can be found here; original artworks can be seen and bought here.
Fear' naught (fēr´nạt`)
1.            A fearless person.
2.            A stout woolen cloth of great thickness; dreadnaught; also, a warm garment.
3.            Official motto of the (British) Royal Tank Regiment

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