SSUR's mulling murder these days.

That's the message the New York-based brand's latest preview for spring 2014 sends. Founder and designer Ruslan Karablin, who has long been regarded as a snarky, sly humor-man, has tapped into a darker aesthetic for the looks shown here, in a definitive departure from the high-end label hoorides that gained him fame in the first place. 

For the preview, photographer TK Anderson snapped shooting range-goers wielding long-barreled shotguns and AK-47s while wearing caps with "Shooter" and two pistols on the front.

Masked men who look like members of an insurgency don SSUR white tees and kerchiefs that read, "Good Enough Fella," - a nod to Martin Scorsese's 1990 classic mob movie. One lovingly strokes a skeletal skull in the shadows of an abandoned building.

Peep the t-shirts, caps and kerchiefs from SSUR's spring 2014 preview above. More at the company's website.

[via SSUR]