“The Hundreds by Todd Bratrud” collection is now available at The Hundreds’ flagship locations and authorized stockists, and today, we’re launching a series of customized prints and artist proofs penned by Todd himself, available for viewing HERE.
As a teenager, Todd Bratrud wanted to be a skateboarder and an artist. He dreamed of passionate romances with exotic, large-breasted women. Now, in varying proportions, he’s doing all of these things. Todd’s artwork is a true and honest reflection of his personality; an extension of his teenage fascination with skateboarding, pin-ball machine art, girls with big boobs, comic books, and all the best youthful vices society would prefer us to grow out of. He has achieved the impossible: the highly elusive balance of being both a freelance artist and a professional teenager.
“This project and these drawings are as simple as what happens when you keep a marker on you at all times, obviously bathroom walls are where the best examples of this style of ‘art’ can be found. Also, I physically (and mentally) can’t stop drawing, so these crude drawings might be the most accurate depiction of how my mind works when it comes to creating art.” - Todd Bratrud
Constantly drawing, Todd Bratrud’s mind rarely takes a break from the Sharpie-doodling inspirations that canvas the bathroom walls of his Grand Forks abode. The “The Hundreds by Todd Bratrud” collection borrows Todd’s seasoned hand to create a limited illustrative line-up, consisting of short and long-sleeve T-shirts, a short-sleeve button-up woven shirt, a pullover hooded sweatshirt, 5-panel cap, and a notebook/sharpie combo pack.
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