We’ve seen our fair share of designer tees, but how about tees for designers? These designer-centric slogan tees by LA-based brand Words Brand are pretty witty, with fun lines ranging from ‘I Would Kern You So Tight’ to ‘Famous Brand Logo & Catchy Headline’. Our personal favorite is the one that goes ‘Give Em Hel(vetica)’, […]
Long-suffering parents can now take a break by getting a back massage from their kids while they play. It’s easy as long as they put on one of these tees that come with a road or railroad map strategically printed on the back — which makes it irresistible for the little ones to wheel their […]
Chris Write’s determination to relieve folk of the hum-drum of the daily ‘rind is aptly demonstrated in his awesome new selection of sports cheeses; beautifully crafted cheese puns illustrated in Wright’s inimitable style. Jamie Oliver is evidently a fan and I have also just ordered my slice of the action.
A hamburger losing its condiments on the way to a nude beach. A watermelon seed skating along its rind. This sweet collection of tee shirts that comically personify our favorite foods is the exactly the kind of light-heartedness we’re craving this Wednesday afternoon. The work of artist and creative director, Brock Davis, these graphic kids tees imaginatively humanize foods, from meatballs to eggs, with bright bold colors and an endearing playfulness. If only they had adult sizes, too.
Bohemian graphics, fashion cuts – this is the essence of the newest line from Poppy and Moe. From an off-center printing of ‘Don’t Panic’ on a loose scoop tee, to a fierce war bonnet graphic on a sexy low-cut boyfriend shirt, we love the ready to wear chic of this brand. Shop Poppy and Moe in the Lost At E Minor store.
Minced meat and bacon and salami, oh my! If butchery makes you swoon and carnivore is your middle name, then say it loud and proud with this latest collection of tees from Japanese artist Yuko Sekine. You can snag your own cross-sectioned smoked ham t-shirt here. Dodging vegetarians, however, is up to you.
UK company Last Exit to Nowhere has an awesome collection of t-shirts for film enthusiast and illustrators alike which combine pop-culture with fashion.
If you like sneakers, then you probably like Sneaker Freaker. Now, if you like t shirts, you have to read T-World, the only global magazine which showcases the global phenomenon of t shirt culture and every facet within.
We’ve all wished for a clothing company that would perfectly illustrate the mind of our absurdly comedic genius friend, right? Well, even if you haven’t, that’s what Neva Safe is. Stand up comic Jonathan Patrick Nunn spits non-stop comedic fire, complimented with an irresistibly contagious laugh. Alexis Mabry takes the things he says, and uses her ability to combine unlimited artistic talent with a complete disregard for social niceties and puts it all on clothing. It may sound simple, and it is. It may also sound awesome, and it is.
I created a new shop recently that features artsy things: some limited edition prints, some t-shirts, and some bags. I consider the tees to be more like wearable art, all silkscreened and hand-dyed in my studio in Brooklyn.
Muve is an alliance of two artists: Mike, an illustrator from Washington DC, and Ryan, a photographer from New York. Their ideas and designs evolved into Muve, a clothing company dedicated to voicing creative freedom with respect to sub-cultures of the past, present, and future.
At the heart of the new GFunk and Batz Street Series T-Shirt range lie bright and playful designs, bold graphics, and an inherent sense of soul. The collection pushes the envelope of football design, drawing inspiration from graffiti, pop culture and art. A new cut and soft combed cotton completes the urban outfit. Best worn with black or indigo denim, casual jacket and white sneakers.
Inspired by dark, out of the way bars, Places We Should Go is a project by Mark Sarmel that revolves around four imaginary bars. They’re just the type of place one might accidentally stumble into and instantly feel at home, or not, but then the best adventures are often those that are unexpected.
The fashion Gods of the world blessed me with a sneak peek inside the forthcoming Made in Space Spring/Summer 2010 collection by Sydney fashion label Eleventh Commandment. Five months and 120 pieces later, the innovative line offers Australian made denim and apparel for both men and women including: jeans, chinos, tees, shorts, dresses, bodysuits, singlets and boardies.
Chances are these people didn’t think their day of reckoning was fast approaching when they awoke and got dressed that morning. Or perhaps they did? Hmmm. Either way, our friends over at the UpHaa website have an astonishing collection of mug shots starring the recently arrested in totally inappropriate attire.