Today’s tee comes from AFENDS from Byron Bay, Australia. Its designer, Callum Preston, took a trip from the States to their warehouse where he mixed various elements of his lifestyle to create this brilliant design onto their walls. Check out the video. Get the t-shirt.
Warriors of Radness take awesome t-shirts to a whole new level with their newest line for Spring 2012. Staying true to their name, the founders (true warriors or radness), claim “Welcome to California. Now go home! It’s too crowded here anyways.” Anyone else from the state can surely relate. Throw this tee into your Spring/Summer repertoire and look cool doing it.
Today’s awesome t-shirt comes from the champs over at Threadless. Specifically its designer, John Hegquist. This dope design features a bull with the international sign for “Rock On” as its head. Hegquist claims he was inspired by the Wall Street bull one day whilst snapping some photos of his buddy putting up the horns. Whatever. Not like anybody cares. All I know is that it rules.
Pay one of the greatest cities in the world homage with this t-shirt available from Wildness Now. The garment is part of the High Five Holland series, representing a simple but bold typeface “A”, not be confused with the perceived adulteress in The Scarlet Letter, but the Netherlands most infamous city: Amsterdam.
This cool work was done by Craig Robson for his friend’s band Admiral Arms. The design comes after a tour with famed hardcore bands Norma Jean and The Chariot. Check out the evolution of the artwork from its inception to the final end result in this blog article.
This t-shirt from Anonymous L.A. depicts Darth Vader at a Jedi Corrections Center lineup. The design appears to be a pencil sketch onto a fashionable cream garment. Very subtle. Very cool.
This t-shirt from the cult class film, Edward Scissorhands, features a line drawn style diagram of Edward’s rather
ridiculous awesome scissorhands in the style of a patent application. Shut up and take my money!
This Kermit the Frog v-neck comes from 80stees.com and features the infamous Muppet playing his banjo whilst seated on a lily pad. The garment has been sublimated meaning that each piece will be unique as some wrinkles and creases in the folds of the shirt are not printed.
This t-shirt comes from a fashion project in Los Angeles, California called [SIC] Apparel. Currently they are on Kickstarter trying to raise $18,000 for their startup. At the time of writing this they have reached $3,600 and have until their deadline of April 23, 2012 to reach their goal.
According to them, their goal is to expand the creative community that they live in. They help emerging artists promote their work and gain exposure. In developing they hope to provide people with an artistic experience that goes beyond the confines of a physical gallery. They feel the way to make art accessible to all kinds of people, is to print on shirts. The gallery then, is not a space in a building, but it is you, the customer.