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Graniph Design Award 2 !

March 6th, 2008

The Japanese Design Tshirts store graniph is arranging the international T-shirts design award vol.2 from the 1st of February until the 31st of March 2008.

Graniph Design Ward 2

Melanie, graniph :

“We are calling young artists, designers, illustrators and photographers to send us their ideas for T-shirt designs.

Everyone is welcome to apply regardingless age, gender or artistic background. The winners will receive cash prizes, will be promoted through the graniph website and the international press and have their design printed on a graniph T!”

Detailed informations and the application form are available at graniph

Ziguline Contest

March 6th, 2008

Ziguline

Ziguline has launched a new contest for young illustrators, “DOTS - DESIGN OUR T-SHIRTS”.

Rinsay (and 30% off code)

March 6th, 2008

Rinsay is a new t-shirt label that was started by three friend who were looking to start a t-shirt label inspired by the design culture.

Rinsay

Ryan , Rinsay :

“Sick of trying to find a decent designed t-shirt we liked out there that didn’t have the title “Jose’s Nacho bar” or someother random design in the same style, we decided we should make our own.

Rinsay

So it begins, our first design we have printed is “Break Free” Inspired by the hard times we all go through, that we need to break free from.

As we are just starting off we would like to offer you a 30% off discount code, the code is rinsay

Sunday Outfit

March 6th, 2008

Sunday Outfit is a new online tshirt store, opened in March 2008, based in Bucharest,
Romania.

Sunday Outfit

Designs are created by artists such as Zeptonn, Jordan Marzuki and local
romanian artists.

Sunday Outfit

The tshirts, as the store name implies, are funny, happy, colorful and are made to make your anyday a better day. It’s all about fun and color at Sunday Outfit.

Sunday Outfit

Tshirts are split up in collections which makes browsing easier and shopping requires no registration.

Sunday Outfit

Sunday Outfit

Sunday Outfit

WIN: Nike Magnificent Seven x Jon Burgerman ! : WIN !

March 4th, 2008

Iloveyourtshirt Contest

We have a set of limited edition Nike magnificent 7 sneakers to give away (so that’s seven trainers in total!) designed exclusively for Foot Locker by Jon Burgerman.

How To win ?

Drop us a comment with somes words/pics about :

• “why you’ll win” ?

Artcotic !

March 4th, 2008

More than just another online retailer; ARTCOTIC is a new website that collaborates with artists, filmmakers, and musicians; fostering innovative partnerships with some of the most influential low-brow and high-concept minds in the independent music and underground art world with limited edition apparel.

ARTCOTIC

Site visitors will be pleased to see designs from underground and poster artists well represented by the likes of Frank Kozik, Liz McGrath, James “Dalek” Marshall, Supakitch, Koralie, Drew Millward, Richt, and Todd Slater.

ARTCOTIC

Each month there are open submissions where artists are invited to submit designs in three designated themes in Artcotic’s Collaborate section. At the end of each month one design will be chosen from each theme, produced and featured to sell in the Artcotic store.

ARTCOTIC

The designs will be produced in limited edition runs of 500 or fewer pieces printed on Artcotic’s exclusive custom-crafted garments. Once the run is sold out, the design is retired, never to return. To foster a steady flow of submissions, Artcotic offers an attractive compensation package of $1500 USD, Artcotic garments with their design, and a featured artist profile on the site, creating a partnership which offers international exposure and affiliation with other top artistic minds.

ARTCOTIC

In addition to the limited edition apparel, Artcotic’s website will profile innovative filmmakers, artists and independent musicians, providing exposure in the Showcase and Turntable sections with interviews, exclusive art, limited edition apparel and MP3’s.

ARTCOTIC

Artcotic is primarily a member based site, but allows all site visitors to explore the Showcase, Turntable and Artist Profile areas.

ARTCOTIC

Artcotic members however, will receive unique benefits which include the opportunity to preview and purchase new designs before they are in wide release, monthly newsletters and updates, and be able to communicate directly with some of their favorite artists, both in the collaborative stage of each month’s new designs and through exclusive access to artist profiles.

ARTCOTIC

ARTCOTIC

Nike “Magnificent Seven” with Jon Burgerman !

March 4th, 2008

Foot Locker unveils one of the most anticipated sneaker ranges of 2008 – the Nike Magnificent Seven, a collection of seven of the most iconic Nike Air Max and Shox trainers which will be customised by some of the worlds leading graphic artists, available exclusively at Foot Locker.

The Nike Magnificent 7 Rang / Jon Burgerman

The first Magnificent Seven collection – which encompasses the iconic sneaker styles Air Max 1, Air Max BW, Air Max 95, Air Max Ltd, Shox R4 and Shox NZ, and the ultimate Air Max 90 – is illustrated by UK-based artist Jon Burgerman and launches at Foot Locker stores nationwide from 3 march 2008. The collection’s graphics are inspired by a Venus Flytrap, with Jon Burgerman’s instantly recognisable stylish graphics incorporated into the sneaker design of each style.

The Nike Magnificent 7 Rang / Jon Burgerman

The Air Max 90 is one of the world’s most iconic trainers which has created an unparalleled legion of fans world-wide over the last two decades and provides the champion of the Magnificent Seven collection. On the AM90, the upper, sock liner, heel counter and lining all feature the sleek graphics to creating a unique design that is destined to become a collectable.

The Nike Magnificent 7 Rang / Jon Burgerman

Each season Foot Locker’s exclusive Magnificent Seven styles will provide a canvas for new colour ways, material treatments and designs. The launch of the Magnificent Seven puts Foot Locker once again at the forefront of sneaker originality, bringing sneaker aficionados the latest and greatest from the biggest names in the industry.

The Nike Magnificent 7 Rang / Jon Burgerman

To get your hands on the very first Magnificent Seven collection by Jon Burgerman, only available at Foot Locker, visit stores nationwide from 3rd March, and watch this space for details of the next Magnificent Seven collection to be unveiled shortly.

The Nike Magnificent 7 Rang / Jon Burgerman

With more exclusives than ever before, sneaker lovers can always get their hands on the latest in street style at Foot Locker across the country.

The Nike Magnificent 7 Rang / Jon Burgerman

Ps: The Nike Magnificent Seven collection is available exclusively at Foot Locker from 3rd March and starts at £70.

The Nike Magnificent 7 Rang / Jon Burgerman

New Mini Cassette Tees

March 1st, 2008

Mini Cassette Tees have just launched new designs :

Mini Cassette Tees

Mini Cassette Tees

Mini Cassette Tees

Mini Cassette Tees

MS Wear

February 29th, 2008

Avis aux addicts de MS Wear et les collectionneurs Wrongwroks.

Pour le début du mois de mars la boutique Ministry Of Design commence fort avec l’arrivage des fameux tee shirts Supreme - Mona Lisa, Kate Moss et les vestes à capuche zippée à l’effigie du fameux doradimon WR.

MS Wear

Le tout à des prix bien cool ! Avec pour la partie Galerie des tirages réalisés à partir des impressions lors des expositions en 2005. Très rare et réservé aux collectionneurs. Chaque copies et en noir et blanc et est numéroté et signée par Wrongwroks. Les formats sont de 60×83 cm jusqu’à 63×107 cm.

MS Wear

Exposition :
Ministry Of Design et MS Wear sont en exposition permanente au 16 rue Vaugirard, 75006, Paris dés début mars. Vous y retrouverez les affiches et toiles de la boutique et du créateur de MS Wear.

Pour gagner des stickers MS Wear il vous suffit d’envoyer une enveloppe timbrée avec votre nom et adresse.

MS Wear

MS Wear

WRONGWROKS AT FUSShop

February 29th, 2008

Arrived this week at FUSShop was the latest collection from Wrongwroks. The “Orignial” Series.

Amongst this seasons offerings are Gooooooofy, World Famous & Orignial Bomb T-Shirts.

The pick of the bunch this season has to be the DoraBOB T-Shirt. Wrongwroks has cross-bred Doraemon - The Japanese Cat & Spongebob Squarepants and this is the result!!!

In limited quantities…..CLICK HERE


David Choe at Lazarides

February 29th, 2008

Sorry for no posts recently, we’ve just been too busy. Anyway FUSShop is back!!

Last Night we made it out to the Preview of David Choe’s Murderous Hearts Exhibition at The Lazarides Gallery on the Quayside in Newcastle.

It was the first time I’d made to it the Laz Gallery and it looked great. It’s good to see that things do actaully happen outside of London!! Choe’s work was amazing, some a little disturbing, but on the whole, the detail that goes into these pieces is Nuts!!

Prices ranged from £3500 up to £37,500. With a lot of the pieces selling out already!! The Show is running from 29th of February - Sat 26th of April at Both Newcastle and London Galleries. Make sure you get yourself along to see his work.

For more information, check out the LAZ Site & also the Choe Press Release.

For more images check out the FUSShop Blog


February 28th, 2008

Hello to you all,

Right now it’s all work work but soon its summer time and we will be traveling around with the team and enjoying great festivals. We have launched 2 new designs and are continuing the SALE! Now all GIRL t-shirts go for 19 €

All AMP Street t-shirts are printed in limited amounts this 2 new designs are only made in 50 pcs.

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Wordans

February 28th, 2008

Wordans is a new t-shirt lab which lets you create your own custom t-shirt. Based in Montreal Canada, the Wordans T-shirt Lab offers a great array of cool designers, such as seventh fury, The funk, PhilD, Dash and FNO Designs.

Wordan

The greatest thing about Wordans is that there is no initial investment to create your own T-Shirt, and there is no minimal number of T-Shirts either, allowing emerging designers and artists to open a shop at no costs, with Wordans taking care of the logistics and the (international) shipping.

Wordan

Using digital printing, Wordans offers an array quality designs and colors unmatched by its competitors, with vibrant multicolored designs ready for you to print on the shirt of your choice. Come customize your own t-shirt at Wordans, or open up shop and start selling your designs today!

Wordan

Origin68 tshirt

February 28th, 2008

Butterfly Girl by Origin68 :

That’s right, she’s been a caterpillar long enough, and has now emerged from her cocoon and taken flight (or something…). Anyway grab yourselves one before they all escape!

Origin68 tshirt

Origin68 tshirt

De-evolition?

February 27th, 2008

T-Post, February issue “De-evolition?” : Ah technology<, its advancements have improved our lives in so many ways. Thanks to technology we no longer need to use our precious brains for things like remembering phone numbers,  how to spell or read a map.

De-evolition?

Author, Cory Doctorow, refers to our technological exploitation as using an “outboard memory”. We’re freeing up our minds for better performance in daily living; leaving more energy for creativity and problem solving processes. But when a recent study showed that a third of people under 30 can’t remember their own phone number, it makes you wonder if our technological advances are really all that good for us.

Maybe the Author and Journalist Bob Brooks was right in a recent article for the New York times when he said: “I had thought that the magic of the information age was that it allowed us to know more, but then I realized the magic of the information age is that it allows us to know less.” And what about in the long run? What kind of long-term effects are we going to experience as a result of our inability to do anything for ourselves?
 
De-evolution? is designed by Matt Furie. San Francisco based illustrator Matt Furie spends all day in his room drawing and watching youtube. At night he parties, dances, strips down to his boxers and pours milk all over his body in front of strangers (well, he only did that once).

He likes to draw monsters and animals and he likes fur and fangs and feathers, scales and fantasy. He especially likes fur. Therefore it’s not surprising to see that his vision of the future human race (split in two, as predicted by evolutionary theorist Oliver Curry)

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