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IN DOG WE TRUST

Et canine speramus Dogs are intrinsic to both the graphic iconography, and the culture of Mambo. They are Mambo’s best friend. They are loyal, and they are dependable. You don’t have to worry about a dog hitting you up for a loan. And they can be taught to fetch you a cup of black coffee when you’re too hungover to fall out of bed and crawl to the kitchen to get it yourself. And if you happen to be out late on the piste and get buried under an avalanche, a St. Bernard has been trained to locate your body, dig you out of the snow, pour brandy down your throat, and then call an ambulance and travel with you to the nearest hospital. The Mambo graphic catalog was launched off the back of artist, Richard Allan’s dog, although not Richard’s actual dog but a brutally abstracted version of a Blue Heeler he once owned - with a spastic colon, conceived during an acid flashback in a rave party port-a-loo, in 1986. Since its introduction to the international youth exploitation market, total sales of our iconic, flatulent pooch continue to exceed the gross domestic product (GDP) of the former Russian state of Azerbaijan.

Mambo Music

It's time for some Mambo Music to lift your mood, drown your sorrows or make you want to blow your ear dreams. Either way - enjoy our latest playlist below.   

The Mambo Dogs

The Mambo Dogs. The artist Richard Allan. Moose as he was known in the office. Where do you start? The pea shooter. The farting dog. The hounds of wit. Inspired according to one friend of Mambo, by Rene Magritte’s cat in a hat. Richard Allan had a complex relationship with...

100% Mambo 100% Sustainable Our Vision

In a world dominated by disposable, cheap throwaway clothing, we want to share our vision of a sustainable, machine washable culture. Our program of 100% organic cotton and recycled polyester ensures that when we add our art to such glorious products we are creating masterpieces of clothing with fine art...

Reg Mombassa 2020 Collection

Reg Mombassa: his work is surreal and familiar, eclectic and homogeneous, colourful and drab, crazy and calm, logical and incoherent. Reg's (Born Chris O' Doherty) work's been found on album covers, walls, billboards, buses, trams, posters, cards, calendars: you name it. Since the 80's, we've put it on just about...

NEW COLLECTION: 30 Years of the Farting Dog

Over the next few months, we'll be dropping a series of limited-edition collections inspired by Mambo's history. Numero uno celebrates perhaps our best-known graphic - Richard Allan's 1985 Farting (and other misbehavioural misdemeanours) Dog. That was a bit more than 30 years ago but we're rolling with "30th Anniversary Collection" as we...

WELCOME TO THE MUSEUM OF MAMBO ART

  Mambo loves art. Art is the reason that Mambo exists : to build a product that we could cover with some top-shelf quality art - and to pay off some parking fines (and to meet some models or aspiring actresses working as waitresses ).   There’s no object or...

THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT MAMBO

  Here are some things that may blow your mind a little.  The name Mambo is an abbreviation of a Latin phrase that appeared on the back of a medal that was presented to Elvis Presley by former US President, Richard Nixon.   Mambo’s first t-shirt graphic, ‘Invasion of The...