Aptly named and available at Asos
Haven’t used that term in a while but, this collaboration between Stüssy, Al Fingers, and Greensleeves deserves all types of slang.
I can remember Tribal Gear from the early 90s. Tribal, Fat Cap, and Conart were the go-to t-shirts for anyone who surrounded themselves with Graffiti culture (sadly, it is nearly impossible to find any examples of the tees on the internet). Our friends at I Love Graffiti are holding a T-Shirt Design contest in tandem with the OG Brand, you can find out more here
Greetings from LA by Ben Tegel for Beautiful Decay
Our friend Skip is holding a t-Shirt contest over on his site Super Duty Tough Work.
Here are the rules and shit:
- White tee shirt * this means your background needs to be white, retard
- It has to say “Rap Sprays” on it
- It cannot say Super Duty Tough Work
- It cannot have your name on it (don’t try and get clever dawg)
- Design can only be 2 colors (that means 2 colors on white, dumbshit)
- Design has to be on the front of the tee
- No all over bull shit
- No full panel shit
- Half tone if you use photos
- Someone has to be holding a spray can somewhere in your design
Buy it here
Newly available from our friends at African Apparel, A Tribute to Joy Division’s most famous record and tossing off in the morning by Christopher Wright.
For $6 you can update your wardrobe. 6 Dollars Tees has a wide assortment of options, so instead of going to some fancy boutique to purchase something ironic for $30, you can get it for $6.
Sheeeeit, this shirt is tight.
See a bunch of ridiculous t-shirts from Israel here
You identify who you are by what you do, as well as what you wear.
When I saw this I laughed. The T-shirt is awesome.
Get yours at Karmaloop
Leif Harmsen, a Toronto based artist is campaigning against Facebook. After his group, “nude cyclist” was deleted from the Facebook world, Leif began campaign against the totalitarian state of Facebook. His main message to take away from all of this. You do not own your Facebook profile it’s not yours its FB’s.
“The more we come to depend on the site for socializing, the more Facebook controls our lives—and, by selling ads, profits from us”.