We believe in wearing our feelings on our sleeves. Or better yet, on our chests, because self-expression is awesome. Our common love for the things that we hold dear brings us together, and by showing off that love, we stay true to ourselves every day.
Grumpy Fish is an online apparel brand that focuses on the greatest of fandoms, the ones that have shaped minds across years and generations. Be they TV shows, movies, books, video games or whatever your heart fancies, if you’re a fan of it, there’s a good chance that we have already made a custom-designed t-shirt or hoodie of it…or we are probably going to. Just try asking us!
We believe that the best forms of art are held up by their ardent, adoring fans, so we take pride in making our customers happy – and we’ll do whatever it takes to keep them that way.
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MEET THE GRUMPY ONE
SAMIA BINTE ALAMGIR
An old soul trapped in a young body. You can have a million distractions in the room, but when Samia walks in, it’s impossible not to notice her right away. You’ll always find the weirdest of movies and songs on her playlist, but if you take the leap of faith and follow them, you might be pleasantly surprised. With an odd combination of introversion, charisma and go-getter spirit, she cofounded Grumpy Fish while looking for something that let her express her love for TV shows, music and books. She is often found lost in thoughts, talking to herself and working on the next big thing churning in her head.
Currently on an academic sabbatical, Samia was previously responsible for art direction, artist management, production and motivating the Grumpy team.
The tiniest penguin in the Grumpy menagerie, Nobonita is a hardcore introvert addicted to devouring spicy corn, petting dogs, and fangirling over the Beatles. She loves comics and adventures, and hates books and movies with sad endings. She’s always a bit too happy, and the first one to panic in any situation, despite being responsible for putting out fires most of the time.
Terminally afraid of making and receiving phone calls, she prefers texting more (Millennials, right?), and yet somehow is in charge of our marketing, sales, photography, ideation, content creation and even finances (which she isn’t likely to stop complaining about anytime soon). If you come across her on the street, feel free to say hi and crack a random joke or something.