Britain has a wealth of creative talent being home to some of the best artists and designers in the world. We are hoping to champion some of this talent through a series of collaborations. To get the ball rolling we have challenged two of Britain's finest young illustrators to produce assets that can be transferred onto our shirts.
Jack is an animation director at Nexus, one of London’s most exciting pools of creative talent. His simple clean lines and well balanced colour palettes always seem to raise a smile. We asked Jack to document some of the production methods used in making our shirts focussing on our vintage machinery.
Josh is in his final year studying illustration at Falmouth. He was given the brief of Apples and Pears, probably the best known cockney rhyming slang there is. Josh went back to old school manufacturing techniques using lino cuts to produce his designs and then screen printed them creating the following pieces of artwork.
Our first series is limited to a run of 15 pieces with printed pockets and back yokes.
If you would like to be one of our future collaborators,
please send us an email with some examples of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.