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Hey Pilgrim !

May 31st, 2007

Hey Pilgrim ! has launched it’s first t shirt and casual wear collection:”Prologue 2007″.

The unique designs are inspired by travel in town and country, music, movies and random thoughts on life. The Pilgrim’s base is Bangkok, Thailand’s bustling capital city.

The hand made designs are predominantly unisex and all are 100% cotton. The ethos is quality and fair trade. Production is handed to workshops with the highest level of silk screen printing experience in Thailand’s fashion industry. Part of the collection, is also a range of accessories, namely: scarves, shoes and bags.

And Hey Pilgrim ! is not just fashion… The blog is a space to share views on style, music, movies, special places found along the way… Contributors form all over the world are telling Hey Pilgrim ! their stories. So can you…

T-Post: Man and Machine,

May 31st, 2007

The subject matter for the May issue of T-Post is “Man and machine, a match made in… heaven?” a story that focuses on the topic of robots becoming a part our social

As robot technologies integrate into our daily life, individuals will need
to form an opinion on the role of robots in society from an ethical standpoint.

The visual graphic on the t-shirt is designed by the UK based illustrator artist, French.

Read the full neck print with the whole story.


May 31st, 2007

Amélie´s lovely face features this t-shirt, inspired by the famous movie about an innocent and naive girl looking for love in Paris, with Audrey Tautou in the lead role, available at I love Waterloo.

Diadora Borg Elite !

May 30th, 2007

The legendary tennis shoe is coming back, at Immortal Sole For how long is anyone’s guess.

(Pre-order your Borg Elite’s now for November delivery).

Mr Teemontee,

May 30th, 2007

Mr Teemontee: be tempted to buy their uniquely designed tees! All these designs cannot be found anywhere else …


May 30th, 2007

Finally, the Creme and Robotnick shirts are reprinted ! Go to Godspill for more information.

Super Superficial,

May 29th, 2007

We are SUPER excited to announce the launch of new online apparel store super superficial.

The London-based company is collaborating with local and international artists and illustrators to produce highly original and limited edition garments for men, women and children.

To celebrate the launch, there is a SUPER offer of buy one and get a super T-shirts absolutely free for first 100 customers !

Spreadshirt: beta !

May 25th, 2007

Spreadshirt just released a test beta, the whole site has been redesigned from the ground up. You can read about all the new features over at Spreadshirt beta

If you want an activation code, just ask (leave a comment with your email) …

Monstar Clothing: $10 shirts !

May 24th, 2007

In celebration the arrival of summer wich means no school, lots of concerts and warped tour, Monstar clothing shirts will be on sale this weekend only Friday May 25th-Monday May 28th! > $10 shirts

So hurry and stock up on some Monstar clothing shirts while supplies last (limited quantities) ! (Monstar Clothing in the place to be)

Culture Club x Nike : Casting

May 24th, 2007

Culture Club reshooting the classic 1978 Queen “Bycicle Race” picture for the “Culture Club Clothing Night” campaign.

Are you a sporty girl aged 18/28 ?

Do you want to be part of the “2007 Nike SportsWear Remake” of the “Bicycle Race” picture and video ?

Do you want to be on the “Culture Club Closing Night” poster and video ?

Please present yourself Saturday 26th from 8pm till 11pm at Culture Club (extra day : Wednesday 30th from 3pm till 6pm)

Are you up to this ?

Six Cities Design Festival,

May 24th, 2007

TeeTonic launch 7 new additions to their Signature Series.

Wayne Hemingway, Stefan Sagmeister, Timorous Beasties, Zandra Rhodes, Peter Saville and d8 are now on sale at TeeTonic !

05/25: Jesus & Judaz !

May 23rd, 2007

Jesus & Judaz boxed and gold limited edition tee, online exclusive at WrongWroks the 05/25 !

B/D: New Artists Series Apparel Designs,

May 23rd, 2007

Beautiful/Decay is excited to announce four completely new Artists Series Apparel designs from artists Jesse LeDoux, Aaron Noble, Dust La Rock and Jan Kallwejt. The shirts are available at American Rag CIE, Grey One, The Reed Space, The Closet, Metropark, Zebraclub and Beautiful Decayonline

These artists and designers, with their distinct subject matters, represent an extension of Beautiful/Decay creative content and vision.

As always, they are custom-cut, custom-dyed and printed on super soft, 100% cotton bodies.

Jesse LeDoux creates a cosmically inspired “Giant Hand” design which transforms from teal to pink with a universe of white line drawings enclosed within.

He combines his avant-garde design sensibility with basic drawing materials-”pens, pencils and a few sheets of paper.” Jesse LeDoux worked for over seven years as an art director and designer for Sub Pop Records, creating iconic album artwork for artists such as The Shins, Iron and Wine and Hot Hot Heat. In 2004 he launched his own illustration/design firm LeDouxville and currently works out of his studio in Providence, RI.

Jan Kallwejt’s “Lung Music” shirt features a musical take on the human internal organ system. Kallwejt’s work often features simple shapes, symbolic forms and clean, plain colors. Born in Warsaw, Poland, Kallwejt currently works with 4RK Unstable Media.

Artist Aaron Noble fashions a strikingly bold “Caliph” design that could be a comic book superhero’s hallucinatory nightmare. Noble is a west coast muralist and co-founder and director of the Seminal Clarion Alley Mural Project in San Francisco.

Artist and designer Joshua Prince a.k.a Dust La Rock’s design “Silent Weapon for Quiet Wars” features a masked figure riding a fantastical, hyper-colored horse. His work has been described as “heady” with surreal, psychedelic and anti-social tendencies. Dust La Rock currently works from his Brooklyn based studio.

True Love & False Idols,

May 23rd, 2007

Headquartered in Compton, California, True Love & False Idols is a fresh new apparel company embracing a philosophy both seductive and subversive: “to do what we love in a climate of lemmings, man-babies and pseudo heroes… to enjoy and believe in what we’re doing, take chances, have fun.”

An artist-owned and design-driven collective, TL&FI brings uncommon passion and daring to its work, creating men’s tops that push beyond anything seen before with innovative art, washes and embellishments. Making its official bow this past February at MAGIC’s Project Show in Las Vegas, the brand has already been flying off the racks at the best boutique and department stores in the U.S.

In addition to fully-lined, outside-printed hoodies that have garnered the most attention to date, True Love & False Idols launched with a broad line of custom-body t-shirts, long-sleeves, polos, wovens, blazers and jackets; more hoodies are expected by fall, with cashmere sweaters, new long-sleeve tees and seasonal jackets (from hunting jackets to parkas) expected for Holidays 2006. Using exclusively premium cotton, fleece, cashmere and other high-grade fabrics, the brand is further distinguished by a variety of artistic washes – from Bad Streak and Oil Stain to Acid and the jauntily named Yellowstone Park Geyser wash – as well as integrated appliqués, metal foils and other touches.

“Typically, our work is hand drawn and tends toward a wild, stream-of-consciousness, overdesigned look,” says Alex 2Tone, the company’s principal graphic designer, who indicates that the first season of True Love & False Idols is built around such themes as glittery idolatry, weaponry, redemption, desire, and the love of good hard music.

Its cursive-embellished logo, flowing tropical scenes and psychedelic-flavored collages find a complement in such fun and provocative designs as a flying squirrel (”Cocaine Breakfast”), an intentional Gucci knockoff (”You’re Only As Good As What You Steal”) and the highly scrolled and somewhat obscured exhortation (”Fuck the Industry”).

True Love & False Idols extends its creativity into subtle, watermark prints and flocked jackets with colorful, custom-printed lining, allowing a bright palette to give the brand its distinct upbeat sensibility, informed by the beach culture of Southern California. Says Alex 2Tone, “We’re not so dark and gloomy. We’re more Miami Vice than Bride of Frankenstein.”

Currently focusing on the men’s market with plans to expand into women’s wear, the brand courts upscale, discriminating consumers with its price point of $50-85 for tees, appx. $110 for wovens, $200-275 for hoodies, and $300 for jackets.

From the start of the year, True Love & False Idols has been available at Nordstrom department stores nationwide and at such high-end regional boutiques as Kitson, Fred Segal, M Fredric and The Lounge.

The company is moving to export its wares overseas as well, initially aiming for Canada, Japan, Australia and Europe.

True Love & False Idols was born of a collaboration between “the two Alexes”: Alex 2tone, UCLA film school dropout, L.A. graffiti veteran, freelance designer and most recently art director at Howe Denim, and one-time rival Alex Vaz, a recipient of both business and fashion undergraduate degrees who met 2Tone while a junior designer at Howe Denim.

Both shared a love of Korean barbeque, stolen music and inane humor, and from this partnership sprang a desire to create a line of original apparel. Vaz, who focuses on construction, producing and sourcing for the company, wanted to name it True Love. 2Tone, the graphic designer, pushed for False Idols, so the merged moniker represents a unity of both viewpoints.

Seen in the recent Jamie Foxx video, “Hey, DJ, Play Another Love Song,” True Love & False Idols also adorned the chest of Linkin Park rapper/keyboardist Mike Shinoda during the 2006 Grammy Awards and that of Fort Minor and S.O.B. rapper Ryu during an appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Look for it everywhere this Spring…

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UrbanRetro 20% off,

May 23rd, 2007

At UrbanRetro: 20% OFF all the addict t-shirts using the coupon code: ADDICT !

This offer ends midnight Monday 28th May !

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