The coolest t-shirt to own if you lived in DC any time from the late ’80s to the late ’90s.
This tee by Marc Newson for G-Star Raw is rad.
Not just an actor, Scott Caan takes photos as well. The Hundreds took some of those photos and put them on some t-shirts. Available tomorrow exclusively at The Hundreds stores.
Good looks from Nike.
Do yourself or someone else a favor and buy a couple of these, there are some real gems.
All of this blossomed while we were away. Better late than never.
You really have to man-up to wear one of these tees.
Available through White Columns in a limited edition of 36 for the Joy Division / Joan Didion tee (above), and 30 for the Charlie Brown tee (below). Fatties need not apply, as the biggest size is a Large.
A nice new tee from FucknFilthy.
Designed by Sean Coggins for African Apparel.
“One night when I was messing around with Audacity making an absurdly long mix tape and all 60 tracks where imported to the same point in the time-line. I played it once just to see what it sounds like and I basically got phase cancellation or a demonic white noise.These is the graphic equivalent of the audio signal. I thought it was pretty funny that black metal makes white noise. It perpetuates a belief in a binary hierarchy between good and evil. If the inversion of a symbol or ideology equates to the antithesis of its initial reading then the possibilities of formal analysis are limited to a rhetorically frozen gesture. If evil author equates evil audience, then the range of existential options is too easily determined and eliminates the vast sea of contextual grey.”
A nice call to action t-shirt for Prop. 19 produced by Rogue Monk.
While we’re at it…Rogue Monk is an open-source fashion retailer, meaning that you as a designer have the chance to make money by creating and promoting designs created for the site. The fact that there is no overhead should make this tempting.
Four colors in a limited quantity of 45. Modeled by Texas Reason’s own kids Logan, 4, and Stella, almost 2.
Buy a tee here