I’m a t-shirt-aholic. I absolutely love t-shirts, and I’ve probably spent thousands of dollars on them in my life.
Damien Aistrope, a Sydney based graphic designer, has come up with 2×4, giving 4 artists the freedom to design 2 t-shirts a piece.
The first collection features the always amazing (and personal favorite) Noah Butkus, Jeff Canham, Emil Kozak, and Regular product. The t-shirts go for about $35 a piece, and are limited to 200 per t-shirt.
I used to be a big watch fanatic, but then I moved to LA and was embarrassed of getting a bad watch tan. But I previously owned one of Starck’s watches, a solid band of rubber that held a digital face. The rubber was a dark blue color, and most people thought it was simply a bracelet because of it’s sleek silhouette.
Philippe Starck has done it again with his Veiled Watch, available online through Fossil. The watch face itself is hidden under the crystal, which mimics the breaks in the bracelet.
Completely discreet time-telling.
Round is an Australian design company who does some FANTASTIC work. A lot of design companies these days kind of fit into the same little niche, but I really feel like Round is doing an incredible job of being creative and lively.
But most of all, they love what they do, which is the best attitude you can possibly have.
In more Geoff McFetridge related news, he’s also a part of the new Vans and Simpsons collaboration going on. Vans got 14 artists together to create Simpsons inspired pairs of shoes, the above image being Mr. McFettridge’s interpretation. They go for $100 a pair, and go on sale this saturday, July 14th, at the following locations:
Conveyor at Fred Segal (Santa Monica)
Supreme (Los Aangeles)
Daveâ€™s Quality Meat (New York)
UNDEFEATED (Las Vegas)
Blends (San Diego)
Proper (Long Beach)
HUF (San Francico)
St. Alfred (Chicago)
Japanese menswear brand Sophnet has collaborated with American brand Stussy to create some HOT pairs of glasses. I know basically nothing about these, except that they’re only sold in Japan. I love that they used a really subtle camo pattern, it’s way hot.