Design Preview: Loose Lips

June 10, 2015

As part of our design previews for the forthcoming collection we’d like to introduce you our ‘Loose Lips’ design. The phrase ‘Loose Lips Sink Ships’ originated on propaganda posters during World War II and was used to avoid careless talk concerning secure information that might be of use to the enemy. The phrase still bares a strong standing today and is commonly used in song lyrics such as ‘XO’ by Fall Out Boy and ‘Covered in Cowardice’ by Billy Talent. More importantly, this phrase holds a special place in the heart of one of the F&L founding three, so to get this design printed on a product that we can be proud of really means something to us, and we’re convinced you’ll like it too.