I’m totally digging the new Holiday Matinee t-shirts celebrating creativity.
Some fun limited-edition shirts from UK based designer-illustrator extraordinaire Nick Deakin.
A couple good looking shirts from the new Merci Beacoup line by Cookies N Cream. Nice.
Cream Of The Crop’s new Scratch & Sniff t-shirts and hoodies are hilarious and a little bit crazy. The bubble gum scented Cream Style is my favorite. (Smells like Bubblicious, is inspired by Lee Quinones‘ graffiti style in the legendary movie Wild Style.) Very cute. Also dig the lego block shirt– hopefully that doesn’t smell of lego plastic though.
A new Bumpy Pitch shirt! Would definitely wear this one.
More than 100 million sharks are killed annually for their fins. Enter PangeaSeed, a Tokyo-based grassroots organization to raise awareness on the plight of sharks around the world. PangeaSeed’s mission is to create an open dialogue with the global community on the need to preserve and protect sharks and their habitat. They are doing this through volunteer activism, art, film, music and photography. Recently, they collaborated with several artists on a series of exclusive T-shirts. With prices ranging from $25-$55 (plus international shipping), keep in mind you’re not just buying another shirt: this time you’re making a donation to saving sharks and keeping PangeaSeed “trucking along.”
Consider Class Attire partners JinYen Huynh and Chris Carew's are the ultimate forgivers. The Chalkboard Tee they designed in Brooklyn is made to be written, scrawled, and drawn on before being erased. Baby "chalkboard underoos" may be unveiled soon (and before you ask, the LA-sewn Ts and Florida-created chalk pockets on the sides of the shirts are made for kids as well as adults). What more would you expect from a company that promises "we make people popular"? It's the ultimate grade school throwback.