There are some new tees and a couple of great reprints over at Threadless today. The first one here is Living Doll by Stephen Dillon-Malone. It seems to be his first win and third submission at Threadless. It is a pretty solid piece and a fun t-shirt but I think it might really only look good on slim girls. Who knows? I like it but it is not something I would wear. From $20.
The next one that caught my eye was The Future in the Past by Yoshi Andrian Amtha. It is a great piece juxtaposing the old gramophones and a dandy gentleman with the pose of a modern day dj on the decks. I think the design is great but the decision to use gold foil was a big mistake. In fact, given the choice here, I wouldn’t even use screen printing, I would use direct to garment printing which I think would compliment the vintage styling of the design. From $16.
Below is a reprint of The War against Work by Glenn Jones aka Glennz. It is nice enough design featuring paper airplanes on an aircraft carrier. Typical of his work. I mentioned it here because the ladies’ shirts are only $5. I’m sure mostly men buy this one though.
I love the War against Work design. Thats a classic. Glenn Jones is a talented artist and very clever. I especially like his It’s a Bottle Jim and his new Experimental Music designs. All his other stuff are amazing too.
I really like Living Doll. Actually, I was thinking the same thing about the shirt possibly looking good only on someone with a certain build.
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