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Mondo Star Wars x Dave Kinsey – The Raider

For the second offering in their new officially licensed series (HF cover artist Jeff Soto was the first contributor), Austin-based Mondo Tees have teamed up with renowned artist and designer Dave Kinsey. Entitled "Raider", Kinsey's contribution pays homage to the Sand People of Tattooine of whom Kinsey says “when I first saw Star Wars as a kid, I remember being intrigued by the Tusken Raider’s mystique and anonymity." Like all of Mondo's drops, the Star Wars series has been released randomly and with little to no notice. "Raider" is available now through the Mondo Tees online store.

For the second offering in their new officially licensed series (HFcover artist Jeff Soto was the first contributor), Austin-based Mondo Tees have teamed up with renowned artist and designer Dave Kinsey.Entitled “Raider”, Kinsey’s contribution pays homage to the Sand Peopleof Tattooine of whom Kinsey says “when I first saw Star Wars as a kid,I remember being intrigued by the Tusken Raider’s mystique andanonymity.” Like all of Mondo’s drops, the Star Wars series has beenreleased randomly and with little to no notice. “Raider” is availablenow through the Mondo Tees online store.

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