January tees (so far so good)
So what if it's cold? You still seem to love our tee drops all year round anyway!
With that in mind, let's have a little re-cap and catch up to where we are with our most recent releases.
First up, we'll start with our anologue retro Acid Casuals tee. For this one we have morphed some our your favourite classic acid house drum and bass computers from Roland with some famous terrace clothing brands.
Think Stone Island TB909 and a 303-Three Stripes!
And of course in true 80's/90's fashion, we've even thrown in an old cassette mix tape, just for good measure.
Next up we've got these tip-top Endorsed by Grafters tees.
Based around an iconic famous piece of design work, no description is really needed for these. They have already proven a great seller and we've made them available in three great colour combos for you choose from.
All in all a great bold casual classic.
Finally, we'll go ahead and squeeze these two in together. After all, they both share the same subject of inspiration. Both featuring our take on Peter Saville's famous Pulsar artwork used on the cover of the Joy Division Unknown Pleasures album.
Our popular Northern Pleasures tee has two new colour additions. As always featuring a suave looking Ian Curtis donning a vintage Peter Storm cagoule. This time around we've got both a Deep Green and Lemon combo and also a Charcoal and Purple. Both handprinted here in the North of England.
Not forgetting our newest release in the shape of our Northern Pulse tee. Again using the Pulsar backdrop but designed in a single colour logo style.
Feel free to give us a shout in the comments.
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