Friday, 21 October 2011


OK, so when we say genius we mean nonsense, but you get the idea...

No, on second thoughts, it is a genius idea and when printed onto a good quality, crisp, white T-shirt, may well be the start of the GRILLUST merchandise empire. After all, what's the point of being a brand if you're not going to milk it for all it's worth?

So... Ladies & Gentlemen we give you hellmetica © the first typeface to bridge those previously parallel universes of High Design and Heavy Metal logos.

You know you want one!

If you would like us to make this T-shirt a reality, let us know. If there's enough interest we'll get some quotes in and get back to you with prices.

What were we thinking? A metal t-shirt in white?

Grace (who knows about Metal) pointed out the error of our ways in no uncertain terms. So for Grace and all self-respecting 'metalists', here is hellmetica
© as it should be seen, reversed out of black. A black far blacker than James Hetfield's darkest 'dark night of the soul'. A black that's blacker than the depths of Slayer's abyss. A black that's even lots more blacker than that very, very black monolith featured in the film '2001 a Space Odyssey', viewed in a windowless dungeon in the depths of a castle devoid of electricity, candles and fire, on a moonless winter night...

1 comment:

  1. And in the words of David St. Hubbins, lead guitarist and frontman of Spinal Tap..."none more black".