The combination of Jack Molloy’s illustration and Elvis Swift’s lettering proved positively intoxicating at a recent awards show.
In the tradition of the popular “weRobot” design… Chop Shop introduces a new “collection” tee with 55 different vehicles from film, television, children’s books, video games and two with rock credentials. Can you figure them all? There is even a few bikes, vans and flying vehicles to round the crowd out.
Printed for MEN in sand color ink on charcoal Alstyle men’s tee, or the reverse – charcoal ink on a sand colored tee.
For WOMEN printed in dark red color ink on HOT PINK Alstyle women’s tee. NOTE: the fit is not girly… this drapes more like a men’s cut with women’s style sleeves and neckline. See alstyle’s “Missy”.
A better tomorrow and NeubauBerlin are collaborating together with the ABT vs Neubau Typo Shirt Contest. Designers can submit their ideas for a typo only shirt with the words “A better tomorrow” on it. You can win 500 € (775$) plus a cool surprise package by NeubauBerlin. Submissions accepted until 15th july.
Collar Free is a design community where fashion is created by anyone with an idea. In dependent artists submit to the community a design they would like to see made into a original piece of fashion. Then you help decide what gets made & what gets sent back to the drawing board.
And now they are looking for designers to submit designs and stylish customers to help pick the winner and the thought your blog would be a good avenue to reach the right crowd. The winning designer receives recognition as Fashion Weeks official designer, $500 cash, and a couple other cool prizes. Details .
Analog Photography Organization encourages designers to create happy accidents community-centric tee shirt company Threadless.com has partnered up with The Lomographic Society International, a globally active organization dedicated to experimental and creative analog photography, for its latest “Loves” campaign.
Deadline for entries is July 5, 2008. For more info and the 10 Golden Rules of Lomography visit campaign site.
With the economy looking like it may be fucked for a while, Breakbeat Science Gear is launching a new limited edition, artist driven, street-wear line, with a no-bullshit price tag !
Breakbeat Science: the name comes from the very dawn of Hip Hop, when DJs began searching for and isolating the percussion “Break” in funk and disco records, extending it for audiences to dance to. A “scientist” was a DJ or producer who had these “skills”.
BBS designs have always found an appreciative audience, whether people are aware of the history of the brand or the music.
This first new BBS Gear collection entitled Science In Motion 08 is co-designed and curated by NYC’s DJ DB, and graphic artist Norik. Original and powerful, sometimes dark, while other times irreverent or funny. The guest artists include:
Pamela Harris: Science In Motion
Matthew Hollister: Turntable 1 & 2
Dumbo: Live City
Jason Clay Lewis: Famine Fields
Tristan Eaton: Skulls are Cool
Patricio Paez: Dangerous Bass
At first glance, these images look like painted landscapes, including towering hills, mad sea and stormy weather in the background. However, if you look a little more closely you will see that the sea and storm were made of cabbage, in other photo trees are broccoli and the hills are baked potatoes. These aren’t paintings but true photos! Also everything you can see in the photograph is made of real food!