Born from a passion for music and art, ATTICUS Clothing was founded four years ago by blink-182 front-men Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge, Since then ATTICUS Clothing has been turning heads and building a reputation for innovation, collaboration and creativity by infusing the energy of music and art into each piece in the collection.

Beginning with an online store,, Mark, Tom and long time friend Dylan Anderson created an environment where kids could get all the music, movies and clothes that were otherwise hard to find in the suburbs. was a place where Mark and Tom could showcase smaller bands, all their favorite movies and above all their personal taste in clothes. But they wanted more, something bigger and all their own. The three friends collaborated with Jon Humphrey of Adio shoes and Planet Earth clothing to make their vision of creating something unique, a reality. The ATTICUS founders took their skate, surf, and snow backgrounds, combined with a love for music, and began to design clothing that reflected their personalities and imaginations.

In its early days, ATTICUS was based out of Anderson’s apartment. As it quickly grew, the guys recruited other friends to complete their team of energetic and creative minds. With a working environment without walls or titles there was no holding back. ATTICUS Clothing rapidly began to show up on stage, in magazines and on TV.

From the start, it has been the power of music and creative talent that has led ATTICUS Clothing into the closets of people around the world. As the word of the clothing line that refuses to fit-in was passed from stage to stage, and country to country, a reputation was built. ATTICUS Clothing is a movement - an inspiration for those everywhere to never lose sight of their dreams.

Music is at the heart of everything for ATTICUS Clothing. Alkaline Trio, Angels & Airwaves, Motion City Soundtrack, Coheed & Cambria, Funeral For a Friend, Alexisonfire, Enter Shikari and Taking Back Sunday are a few of the bands giving this clothing line a fierce voice in 2006.

More than an average clothing line, ATTICUS makes a statement without pigeon-holing the consumer. With one look you aren’t going to say that this person is a “skater” or a “surfer” or a “punk”. You are only going to know that they are one step ahead, on the cutting edge of music, art and fashion.