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Kate Gibb is known in some circles for her stellar work on Chemical Brothers record sleeves. She's a self-taught printmaker that still works in silkscreen out of her Paddington studio. She recently relaunched her website with an expanded online shop offering limited-edition, signed prints at a reasonable price.

You can also nab a Kate Gibb Collage T-shirt in the Nothing Major online shop.

Visit the new Kate Gibb site online.


Ebbets Field just celebrated its centennial—the Brooklyn ballpark would have been a hundred last week if it hadn't been torn down in 1960, and somewhat coincidentally, we're celebrating Ebbets, too—Ebbets Field Flannels, that is. For spring, we've just released four limited-edition Nothing Major hats produced with Ebbets. They're made in America by the 25-year-old purveyors of fine traditional baseball wear, and are available in four styles—three fitted designs and a leather strap-back 5-panel in all black.

The NoMa Ebbets Field Flannel caps are now available in the Nothing Major shop for $49.