gucha gucha t-shirt
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Gucha Gucha – Gucha Gucha is a Japanese word that refers to a state of confusion and disorder, but also means full of thoughts.
I’d say it’s a pretty good description of the collective styles of co-founders Eduardo Bertone (Argentina) and Roji (Japan) who have created a mixture of their styles & cultures in their unique hand-drawn designs.
Check out their latest limited edition t-shirts at: guchagucha.com
Pale Horse Mariachi T-Shirt
Pale Horse t-shirt
Chris Parks, the talented artist behind the amazingly detailed designs at Pale Horse Design, is a self taught illustrator with an impressive portfolio. Chris got his start designing album art for punk and metal bands, and now draws inspiration globally, and has his own studio and exhibits his art globally.
On his site, you can find some pretty badass t-shirts, including the ones below. Definitely check out Chris’ t-shirt designs and entire site at palehorsedesign.com
"Balinese Demon" - Balinese mask t-shirt
Pale Horse - Geisha t-shirt
Check out Chris’ portfolio at Palehorsedesign
yamaha xs650 t-shirt by Godmachine
xs650 yamaha engine
Yamaha xs650 T-Shirt – Is there anyone more passionate about what they ride than motorcyclists? This isn’t just true for Harley riders, or the Japanese crotch-rockets. The Yamaha XS650 engine has a devoted following over at xs650chopper.com; a site devoted exclusively to this vintage engine that powered badass cycles for over a decade starting in 1968.
Ted from xs650chopper.com is so into the legendary xs650 power plant, that he commissioned Godmachine designs to design a t-shirt as a tribute to the engine (above) and it turned out really nice!
After checking out the other designs at Godmachine, I’ve decided that their artwork deserves it’s own post. Pretty sweet!
In any event, you can see this t-shirt in more detail, or pick one up for yourself here.
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Stephanie Richcorner is a new, small one-woman-label from South Tyrol, the northern part of Italy.
Richcorner stands for soft, comfy T-shirts with a colorful, frisky print and a playful and cheeky wool-pin. All the Richcorner Shirts are made with lots of love and are so comfy you’d swear it was a second skin !
“Rockstar” and “Drink” came out in 2011 and are both characterized by the handwriting style, funny sayings, provocative details, small skulls, flowers and lots of water color. The vintage-style Shirts look very easy-going and casual and are made for a confident women which likes playful details and funny things.
Did someone say, Sassy?!
The Rich Shirts are “high-end” as far as t-shirts go, selling for a cool 50 Euros each including shipping. (but wearing one might make you as carefree and sassy as these models?) They come in two different fits, both with a certain pre-used optic.
There is the classic short-sleeved shirt with a round neck, girded collar and destroyed cuffs which gives the shirt a worn-in-look and there is the more feminine, longer A-Line V-neck-shirt in organic cotton. Both shirts exist in the sizes S, M and L. (The worn in look comes from hours of being crawled upon by an Italian model)
Website: stephanie-richcorner.com – An online store isn’t available yet, but an e-mail is enough to order the Rich-Shirts! Since April you can buy the T-Shirt in the Stephanie Richcorner Facebook Shop & an online store is on the way 🙂
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Today’s tee comes from Miles to Go called the Invisible Man, which features…. the invisible man. Based off the book by H.G. Wells, here is MTG’s description of their tee:
the Invisible Man is on a tri-blend(super soft) coffee American Apparel 100% cotton tee. Printed with discharge white and water based black ink for a really soft print.
“The only true measure of success is the ratio between what we might have done and what we might have been on the one hand, and the thing we have made and the things we have made of ourselves on the other.” -h.g. wells
I love the detailed design work and the color choice of the tee. It brings that vintage look together nicely in one package.
Buy it here for $24.99
From “somewhere between Cape Town, Amsterdam, Bali and Northern Germany” our submission box brings us Faith21. A brand focused on athletes and surfers made by people with a lot of free time and support for capitalism, Faith21 has a a unique style that I really wanted to share with you guys. They have a huge selection of tees and they are really great. Lots of stuff for women, too. I want to feature more of their shirts individually so we’ll start with one today.
This shirt is called “Protect your Heart” and is for sale for €32 and they ship world wide. I didn’t see any info on what the shirt was printed on, but I did see that it was designed from Milano, Italy…. ooooo :]
I’m not really sure about what the design is or means, but I really like it! It looks like it belongs on a frame in museum and I think thats why I was drawn towards this particular design. Everyone who looks at it will have a different opinion of what it is. The best part is, that their whole line is like this. So stay tuned for more updates and buy “Protect your Heart” here!
Now here is something new: For that beach bum, 70’s look, try the recently started Flower Children. Based out of Montreal, Flower Children opened for business this month and it looks like they didn’t cut any corners here. Their website is top notch and a few of their tees have some trippy designs to them.
Kind of reminds me of Alice in Wonderland or Candy Land-like theme gone wrong. Trippy, a little creepy… but we love it.
I love how each shirt is like an adventure. Like the one above, you can stare at it for a while and attempt to piece it all together. This is not just a design put on a shirt. Its more than that.
Now we have seen designs like this before, but these are deeper… more unique. Something you can get lost in staring at them. However, my only criticism is that half the shirts they sell are great and the other half… well, is not quit up to par to the others. Check them out for yourself at their website here. And if a picture is worth a thousand words, then what is a video?
Flower Children Preview 10/2010 from Enfants Fleurs / Flower Children on Vimeo.