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Too Much Metal, Belair Cantina Announce T-shirt Partnership

Too Much Metal for One Hand is proud to announce 3 new designs for Milwaukee restaurant favorite, BelAir Cantina.

By - May 5th, 2014 05:15 pm

Too Much Metal for One Hand is proud to announce 3 new designs for Milwaukee restaurant favorite, BelAir Cantina.

The 1st design: Tacos Tequila Sunshine captures the vibe and culture of the cantina. Too Much Metal designer Fred Gillich says, “Belair is my favorite spot in the city. I was really humbled when they asked me to help out. And after a super long winter, tacos and Modelo always taste better with sunshine.”

The 2 other designs salute the US National Team and Mexico at the World Cup soccer finals this summer. Red White Belair and Chingon Futbol (which is Mexican slang for bad-ass) are a punk rock design approach to the beautiful game. “I wanted to design something special and unconventional in the world of obvious soccer themed shirts. The Belair Bull is an iconic and proud looking logo,” says Gillich. “I wanted the bull to play in the World Cup too, so I put it in a proper soccer kit. And now Belair is strong like bull.”

Shirts are available for purchase ($20) at both BelAir Cantina locations in Milwaukee, East Side at Water and Humboldt and in Tosa at 68th and North Ave.

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