Music, Pop Culture, Japanese Fonts: This Nagaland Brand's Street Wear Designs Are Fascinating

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Old Cabin

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What Makes It Awesome

Oldcabin started as an experiment thanks to owner Tiasunep Aier's fascination with DC and Marvel comics, cartoons, art, music and urban street culture.

Based out of Nagaland, Oldcabin does street wear with fun, quirky motifs ranging from art and music to pop culture and Japanese fonts. The label does hoodies, t-shirts and tank tops with fascinating artwork printed or hand-painted on them. All of the artwork is created by Aier himself that he then gets fused with the fabric. All the clothes are made of 100% cotton.

I loved the Surveillance Long Sleeve t-shirt inspired by George Orwell's book '1984'. It's got the surveillance eye printed on the right sleeve and the brand's logo on the left arm. Another personal favourite is the fleece black hoodie with 'kranti' (revolution) printed on it. Cat-lover? Grab the Mass Destruction t-shirt with a cat illustration that's been pre-shrunk and bio washed.

Prices start at INR 699.