MEET ELEANOR

THE DESIGNER BEHIND THE USE YOUR POWERS COLLECTION

Eleanor Osada is a graphic designer and photographer deeply rooted in color, muic, and pop culture. She is based in Sunderland in the UK, and was making pictures since she could hold a pencil. She loves dogs, her friends, and a good excuse to go for a bite to eat.

Some nice things that nice people have said about us.

I've genuinely never had a better customer experience than with Super Yaki. Everybody involved with the operation is so friendly and lovely, and uniquely focused on providing a personalized experience to everyone who might be interested in their merchandise (which is also singularly well-designed). It's palpable that they love what they do, which makes it impossible not to love them, too.

-Karen H.

You guys are easily my favorite place to buy nerdy movie clothes from. Great prices, quick shipping, always the best quality. Also, your social media presence makes you guys hard not to love. 

-Brianna Z.

I wore my shirt twice in a week because its incredibly cute and I look banging in it. It is also incredibly high quality and possibly one of my favourite shirts.

-Sojourner M.

Some of my friends have them and I’ve seen them and I just think they’re incredible. All of those shirts are! I wanted to get the Rian Johnson one, because obviously, I’m a huge fan of Rian Johnson. But yeah, I’ve seen those. They’re really cool.

- Kelly Marie Tran

I always really want to like their stuff but they always takes it one step beyond where it should be and ruin it IMO. Dumb. Sorry.

-Anonymous

0/10 will never buy. a name on a tshirt. can print that myself. try harder.

- Twitter

Beloved by the internet.

ELLE

"Overall, the line is about inclusion, not cinema-snob appeal."

The Mary Sue

"The tongue-in-cheek, cheeky brand features funny, witty, and niche references, and has become a cult hit."

Houston Chronicle

"Houston's Super Yaki knows nothing is too niche in the internet age."

About Us

We are a shop and we like movies.

The photo in this section is great but it's not us.