Los Angeles locals The Quiet Life and Nathan Bell have united on a selection of understated graphic goods featuring Bell’s hand-drawn artwork printed on the Quiet Life’s typically understated, wearable goods.
An array of muted-tone shirts and layering pieces play host to Bell’s intersecting snake imagery. The artist drew inspiration from the animals’ quiet presence and their spiritual power (some cultures regard snakes as creative and immortal) for the collection, evoking both North American spirituality and Ouroboros. Snake illustrations loop around “The Quiet Life” text on embroidered caps, a military parka, longsleeved T-shirts and rings. Elsewhere, more playful doodles riff on Miller Light cans and similarly lighthearted subjects.
Look for the goods to release at Quiet Life’s LA outpost during an event held on December 9, with Bell in attendance. The collection hits global stockists on December 12.