Clutter Magazine presents a new line of summer T-shirts designed by Pete Fowler, Brutherford Industries, Jeff Lamm and Michael Michael Motorcycle. The graphics include familiar characters like Grease Bat [get it] and Ice Scream Man [get it], as well as mantras like “Sex & Drugs & Rotocast” [got it].
The shirts are available in both black and white and standard and ‘girl-cut’ styles. Clutter worked with local printers and used discharge printing:
What this means is there is no ink or sweat patch on these shirts, the color is literally stripped out of the cloth, making them super wearable. The other cool thing about this technique is you never get the black cotton strand show through, which makes prints look like they are cracking or fading. A winner all round!
Cool choices of collaborators and nice-looking shirts. And they’re all 35% off for the next 3 days on Fab.