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YellowMan is now offering 100% silk tattoo scarves. They make a perfect gift for the holidays.

Just in time for the Gift Giving Season, YellowMan has just added a suite of 100% Silk Chiffon tattoo scarves! These colorful, stylish, and fun silk scarves are designed with popular artwork from some of YellowMan’s top tattoo artists.

YellowMan silk scarves come in a variety of tattoo art themes, from American Traditional tattoo to peaceful Tibetan Buddhist thangka art.

Whether you are looking for something special for yourself, or are looking for an extra special gift for a loved one, YellowMan silk scarves offer great options for formal or casual wear, understated or aggressive looks, or fun and colorful accessories for the Fall/Winter season.

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YellowMan's new, edgy and whimsical "Burnout" shirt is packed with energy, color, and style.

Are you reaching your burnout point from this year’s Holiday shopping frenzy? Looking for a way to release your pent-up angst without undue fallout? Or maybe you simply want to be a bit jagged on the edges and show a bit of pizazz. If any of this sounds appealing, then YellowMan’s new Burnout shirt is for you!

Truthfully, this shirt isn’t ONLY edgy, it’s actually quite beautiful. The detail in the art is super sharp, and you can get lost in finding new things hidden there. The colors are also surprisingly sophisticated, and look excellent with a pair of rugged jeans or beneath a jacket for a slick flare.

So what IS in the art and what does it mean? As with all art, interpretation belongs to the beholder, and this print has a LOT to contemplate. There’s the Eddie-like (you Iron Maiden fans out there know the reference) evil skull with a “third eye” (Tool fans will appreciate this one). He (or she, perhaps?), adorned with a crown and necklace of skulls, opens up his mind in a burning puff of smoke. The expression is one of intent and confidence. Rebellious and irreverent.

Detail of YellowMan's "Burnout" shirt.

Imagine yourself spiraling down a snowy precipice on your snowboard wearing this shirt (yes! it makes an excellent base layer!) while your friends cheer for your gnarly wipeout. Or maybe you want to amp yourself up for a frigid spin on your motorcycle (as a base layer this shirt will help keep you dry and warm – not just because of the flames). Or perhaps you want to be the life of the party (believe it or not, this shirt can be formal!), styling the classy colors beneath a sharp blazer (pun intended!)

The possibilities are endless… The main thing is that you can make this your own. You wear it how you want to.

Check out YellowMan’s Burnout shirt for Men here.

YellowMan introduces the Chinese Lions tattoo shirt for women.

YellowMan celebrates Asian tradition with the spectacular new Chinese Lions tattoo shirt for women.

Chinese guardian lions, otherwise known as Foo Dogs in the West, have held protective powers over Chinese imperial tombs, palaces and temples since the Han Dynasty (206 BCAD 220). After being formalized in the Ming and Qing dynasties the regal creatures have been popularized beyond palaces, and can be seen in front of hotels, restaurants, and even in front of houses.

Here’s what Wikipedia has to say about Guardian Lions:

The lions are always presented in pairs, a manifestation of yin and yang, the female representing yin and the male yang. The male lion has its right front paw on an embroidered ball called a “xiù qiú” (绣球), which is sometimes carved with a geometric pattern known in the West as the “Flower of life” The female is essentially identical, but has a cub under the closer (left) paw to the male, representing the cycle of life. Symbolically, the female fu lion protects those dwelling inside, while the male guards the structure. Sometimes the female has her mouth closed, and the male open. This symbolizes the enunciation of the sacred word “om”. However, Japanese adaptions state that the male is inhaling, representing life, while the female exhales, representing death. Other styles have both lions with a single large pearl in each of their partially opened mouths. The pearl is carved so that it can roll about in the lion’s mouth but sized just large enough so that it can never be removed.

Guardian lions/Foo Dogs aren’t unique to China. The Shinto in Japan also have celebrated them, and perhaps even predate the Chinese Buddhists. But the lion’s essential embodiment of protection, strength, courage, wealth and success remains essentially the same in both traditions.

Back detail of YellowMan's Chines Lions tattoo shirt

Guardian lions are frequently seen in traditional Asian tattoo, as is represented in YellowMan’s Chinese Lions tattoo shirt. The lions, depicted with decorative colored spots, weave in and out of intricate compositions. As with the sculptural representations guarding imperial palaces, the tattooed lions embrace the wearer with protection, success, and courage.

Check out YellowMan’s Chinese Lions shirt for Women here.

YellowMan's Kirituhi Tribute Shirt

Tattoo artist Roger Ingerton has produced numerous Maori-themed designs for YellowMan’s exclusive tattoo shirt collections, and his latest design is nothing short of stunning. YellowMan’s Kirituhi Tribute shirt is masculine, rugged, and earthborn with sepia tones that evoke soulful, wood-carven artifacts.

Kirituhi, meaning “skin art”, is a Maori form of body adornment which is painted onto the skin using a mixture of charcoal, and is offered as a culturally sensitive alternative to the traditionally sacred Polynesian Ta Moko art. Kirituhi is inspired by Ta Moko, but does not contain the essential element of whakapapa, or, the long lines of genealogy which are important to Maori.

More about YellowMan’s Kirituhi shirt here.

Fans of YMX athletic clothing can tap into contests and giveaways by joining the YMX Community.

If you have a love of the outdoors, action, sports, and looking good while experiencing it all then be sure you are signed up to the fledgling YMX by YellowMan Community. YMX is set to kick off a variety of contests and incentives that will bring some lucky fans free and/or discounted athletic wear. A tip to newcomers: your chances of winning are the best they will ever be, right now, because the community will certainly be growing exponentially in short order.

So, what is one to do to take advantage?

For starters, be sure you “like” the YMX Facebook page. There, you will find great stories from existing YMX fans, along with exciting product announcements and news.

Join YMX’s Twitter feed to be the first to know about contests and engage in interesting discussions.

The first YMX contest is set to launch on Thursday, July 7th. Some lucky person will get $300 worth of the best athletic clothing on the planet! It could be YOU!

Jenny Bao Mui and Olga Tabinsky test ride YMX jerseys

YMX owner, Jenny Bao Mui (left) and YMX Sales Manager Olga Tabinsky (right) test ride YMX tri-sport jerseys on the slopes.

YMX just wrapped up a strong showing of its Fall/Holiday 2011 Collection at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Utah. Now, it’s off to Denver for the SIA Snow Show. With a little bit of time to kill, YMX owner, Jenny Bao Mui, and YMX Sales Manager, Olga Tabinsky, decided to take the new YMX gear out for a run on the slopes.

Pictured above is the YMX Garden Henna tri-sport jersey and the YMX Winter Flower long sleeve jersey. Both feature three easy access back pockets, UPF 50+ sun protection, and super-soft, moisture wicking MadKool fabrics.

For retail customers these sure-to-be-hot items will not be available on the market until the Fall (patience is a virtue!), but if you are a wholesaler give YMX a shout!

YMX Fall Holiday 2011 Catalog Cover

YMX Fall Holiday 2011 Catalog Cover

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