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Tenbills

October 9th, 2007

At Tenbills Buy three t-shirts and get one free !

Tenbills

Add four shirts to your cart, use code at check-out : FREETEEWITHTHREE !

Tenbills

Yetee !

October 4th, 2007

yetee est une nouvelle boutique te proposant des collections de tee shirts pour femmes, hommes et enfants …

yetee

YNM: Yes No Maybe

October 3rd, 2007

Socrates wrote: “The only true wisdom consists of knowing you know nothing”. That makes the guys at YNM pretty wise.

BenYes Not Maybe :

“Thinking Hurts”. The very essence of existence is to make decisions , from the second we open our eyes in the morning, we are constantly filtering choices. We are bombarded with questions that need answers every day. YNM is for everyone who knows that they don’t know.

YNM: Yes Not Maybe

Yes No Maybe is an Independent UK label and design house, producing bold, fresh and original street-wear. YNM was founded on it’s creator’s indecisiveness - everything in his life was just a bit Yes…No…Maybe? Until Ben Farleigh realized the answer may be just that. “Yes No Maybe” was the first thing he was ever really sure about.

YNM: Yes Not Maybe

Yes No Maybe garments feature strong, irreverent graphics, with diverse references to popular culture. They have a sense of humor that runs through all their work, but promise not to make you look like a joke. They dabble in slogans, design original graphics, and “sample” artwork from strange, unlikely and exotic places, like the DJ who samples random old classics, and dips into all kinds of obscure genres, pulling new and wonderful things out of the mix, and the crowd goes wild!

YNM: Yes Not Maybe

The YNM creative team is based in North London. But the graphics featured on garments and their varied influences have come from all over the world and are inspired by many generations.

YNM: Yes Not Maybe

Check the current lookbook (.pdf)

Bye Bye Tokyo

October 3rd, 2007

This are the new style and desings for Bye Bye Tokyo :

Bye Bye Tokyo

Bye Bye Tokyo

Found Item Clothing

October 3rd, 2007

Found Item Clothing recreates shirts worn in classic cult movies, mostly from the 80’s and 90’s.

Found Item Clothing

They’ve recreated shirts from This Is Spinal Tap, Caddyshack, Happy Gilmore, Shaun of the Dead, and lots more. They focus on creating the most accurate reproductions possible, matching up every detail of the shirt with stills from the films.

Found Item Clothing

Found Item Clothing

Vader, Chewy and Tuskan Raider

October 3rd, 2007

If you can’t display your commitment to the dark side on your Trans-Am, why not wear it on your shirt. Get the baddest Sith in the universe pinstriped in stunning detail by Jay Hillyer (aka J Chill) in gray ink on a black tee! This is part 3 of 3 in Stripe Wars Series 1, so get it while you can! The force is strong in this one.

Vader, Chewy and Tuskan Raider

CHEWY TEXT:
Protect yourself from a Wookie ripping your arms out of their sockets by sporting an image of the greatest Wookie ever on your tee. Pinstriped in stunning detail by Jay Hillyer (aka J Chill) in brown ink on a white tee! This is part 1 of 3 in Stripe Wars Series 1, so get it while you can! May the force be with you.

Vader, Chewy and Tuskan Raider

TUSKAN RAIDER TEXT:
Travel the Jundland wastes lightly in this angry Tuskan Raider tee. Pinstriped in stunning detail by Jay Hillyer (aka J Chill) in black ink on a sand (get it?) tee! This is part 2 of 3 in Stripe Wars Series 1, so get it while you can! May the force be with you.

Vader, Chewy and Tuskan Raider

3 star wars tee shirts by Chop Shop Store

Black Book Stencils

October 3rd, 2007

Join the new Black Book Stencils mailing list !

Black Book Stencils

Jeepney X Karmaloop X Missbehave

October 3rd, 2007

Jeepney, the streetwear brand based on the artistic elements of the Jeepneys in the Philippines, has teamed up with Missbehave Magazine and with the art house “Dazed In Danger”, who crafted the limited edition collab tee!

Jeepney X Karmaloop X Missbehave

Jeepney X Karmaloop X Missbehave

The tee was given as promos at the Jeepney X Karmaloop X Missbehave X Climax party at MAGIC in Las Vegas and a very limited amount will be sold on Karmaloop Kazbah and in select stores …

MadeMe: new women collection !

October 3rd, 2007

New Women’s Streetwear Collection Shows What “MadeMe” (Supreme Team Designer Launches Women’s Streetwear Collection).

MadeMe: new women collection !

You either know this girl or you are this girl – rock a pair of Jordan’s by day and Gucci’s
by night… Erin Magee, creator and designer of MadeMe, has formulated a refreshing maturity and quality to women’s streetwear.

MadeMe: new women collection !

As MadeMe launches “First to Fall” with its Fall/Holiday 2008 collection, Magee fuses together the comfortable and confrontational nature of streetwear with the confidence and sex appeal of a woman.

MadeMe: new women collection !

With rare innovation in denim design (think your boyfriend’s jeans, but specifically fitted for a girl), high-waisted denim, an array of soft tees and striking leather bomber jackets, MadeMe is the ideal collection for the grown up girl who was raised in the age of streetwear.

MadeMe: new women collection !

MadeMe: new women collection !

MadeMe: new women collection !

MadeMe: new women collection !

MadeMe: new women collection !

MadeMe: new women collection !

MadeMe: new women collection !

Read the MadeMe press review.

Comboutique Hotstuff V2.0

October 1st, 2007

Have a look at the new 2.0 version of Comboutique HotStuff.

Comboutique Hotstuff V2.0

Comboutique HotStuff is a permanent t-shirt contest that allows every members of the Comboutique Community to vote and elect their favorite products. “HotStuff of the Week” and now £100 to win every week in a new web design !

Comboutique Hotstuff V2.0

Seen.

October 1st, 2007

seen. is an upcoming label for “non-hippie reggae and dancehallwear” trying to establish a visual language far away from red-green-and-yellow Marijuana-leaves and Bob Marley merchandise. seen., tries to stay in permanent contact with contemporary Jamaican popular culture instead of sticking to the cliché-soaked images that some ever-stoned hippies still carry around. (see for our whole “philosophy“)

Seen.

That´s also why seen. went to KIngston from August 06 to February 07 where the link to living photographer legend Peter Dean Rickards was establlished. Now seen. and P. D. Rickard collaborate on a tee:

Seen.

Tobias, seen. :

“The Afflicted Yard has never released its images for the production of T-shirts. This is generally because I’ve always seen the t-shirt thing as having huge potential for the Afflicted Yard and I wanted to wait and do it right rather than to sell the photographs to anyone with a t shirt line who would then be able to use the images in any way that they wanted.

Seen.

I get maybe two or three such requests every month from T-shirt lines all over the planet, and to date I’ve always refused. Seen. out of Germany is different, however. Their line is nice-real nice-and on top of it they’re consistent.

Seen.

As a result, seen. was given the green light and they’ve released a (very) limited edition t-shirt featuring an Afflicted Yard original photograph of Lee Scratch Perry as well as the Porus bullhead and photographs of Kay with the 12-gauge which compose the collaborative logo pictured above .

Seen.

This is the first time any photograph has been allowed out of the Afflicted Yard for such use, excluding of course the LA LEWIS tees ( which were actually Afflicted Yard T-shirts anyway).”

Commune

October 1st, 2007

Jeremy, Commune:

“Well, its our new season, we do one range of limited ed. tees per year, so the yearly release is quite exciting for us. We have some great artists involved this year, including Adam Cruickshank, Catalina Estrada and Ronald Kurniawan…

Commune

Commune is structured a little differently, with part of the profits from each tee sold going to the designer of that tee, so if you love the tee, our artists get to share in that love”.

Commune

Commune

Commune

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