Ron English is a name that you've heard before, thanks in part to Chris Brown. English did the album art for Brown's F.A.M.E. album and is prominently tattooed on the singer's body.
If you're not familiar with English, then L.A. based streetwear brand The Hundreds will help you get familiar. That's because the brand will release a capsule collection in collaboration with the artist, best known for his parody of famous artwork.
With this collabo, English brings his aesthetic to The Hundreds brand with a run of three t-shirts. The standout piece of the collection is the Adam Bomb "Smiley" shirt that English did based on the Hundred Adam Bomb logo/mascot. The piece is reminiscent of English's scary Charlie Brown "Grin."
The collection is available November 17th online and at Hundreds stores nationwide. Check 'em out in the accompanying gallery!