TWTH for The World is Tired to Hate (Mahatma Gandhi). This brand, created in Brooklyn, has launched artists like Alex Show and Mat Mych. Today, some TWTH t-shirts are estimated at $200, depending on the model year and the signature of the artist. TWTH now offers a collection of graphic t-shirts handmade from $35 to $75. The brand moved to Europe and has disseminated these t-shirts in the underground shops outside the channels of commerce and officials. The list of stores, called the T-list, will not be disclosed.
The N-spired Story launches Chapter 5: Follow the Herd. Governments around the world have passed some absurd laws, such as banning small breasts in porn in Australia, reincarnation in China, Emo music in Russia, and time travel on Chinese television. Design by Australian artist Fintan Magee.
Barcelona label Kinkiking have launched their new collection, Kinkiking Industries, which consists of four t-shirts representing imaginary businesses. The team behind the label take their visual inspiration from comics, music, design and graffiti.
Artist Bill McRight just designed an awesome Dragon Wizard Weed t-shirt for Philly-based Print Liberation. Check out McRight’s other work as well. They’re like folk art from a mountain tribe of mutants.
This interactive Venetian Blind tee by Japanese designer-duo SHIKISAI is an ecdysiast’s dream! With the simple tug of a string, you can pull the blinds open, revealing as much flesh as you desire.
Created by Australian label Eleventh Commandment on one hundred percent premium combed cotton, the design on this custom made tee is a hand-sketch by Sydney artist Joshua Oldfield of Kate Moss enjoying some coke. As she does! Apparently.
Wearing this print will not only geek the fashionistas at their own game, but also guarantee inner peace at the bitter end. Or maybe not. But it will strike fear into the hearts of psychiatrists around the world, and you just never know when that might come in dead handy.
Created by Aussie label Eleventh Commandment on 100 percent premium combed cotton, the design on this tee is a hand-sketch by Sydney artist Joshua Oldfield of Kate Moss enjoying some coke. As she does!
Cool Aussie label, Junior Massive, have some awesome t shirt designs up on the website, including these ones above, which allude liberally to their interest in music, art, and design. The label is the creation of Seshan Moodley, who — back in the day — was the guitarist with Sydney rap-punk band, Parkside Killers, who […]
Our friends at Australian t shirt label Das Monk recently released a new range of tees, including this one above, Skull Fingers, which features a cool screen print on a one hundred percent cotton t shirt. We have this tee, and a stack of other Das Monk shirts, available for just US$45 through the Lost At E Minor online store.
New York-based illustrator and sometime Lost At E Minor contributor, Fernanda Cohen, has just finished a line of four tees for The Gap as part of the (RED) campaign. The t shirts will be coming out this fall.
Ok, a confession, it’s getting to the point where Das Monk t shirts are pretty much all I have in my wardrobe. I love them: the designs, the fit. So it was good to see that Marc and the gang have just released a new collection, Midnight in the Mojave, which continues their obsession with all things psychedelic. The range is inspired by ‘bad trips, drifters, and desert dreaming in the middle of nowhere’ and features the work of artists including Zach Johnsen, Tim Laing, Evan Meister, and Keenan Marshall Keller, alongside Das Monk designer Marc Hendrick. We sell Das Monk through the Lost At E Minor store, so check out some of the tees in the range.
Illustrator Hope Gangloff has a stack of her ‘election’ tees from the previous US election available for sale which she created with the talented New York-based artist (and her hubbie, no less!), Ben Degen. Even though they were done to mark Bush’s reappointment, they still kinda sum up her mood on the tussle between Obama […]
For visual people who rely on shapes and imagination, this eye test t-shirt by Hong Kong-based studio, WEME, is a perfect conversation starter. It’s available through the Lost At E Minor online store for just US$30.