Posts Tagged ‘environment’

The Dept is a small design studio in LA, run by tee designer Richard Leighton. His fascination with all things androids is done very nice on his designs, which can be seen from the first look on his shop, up there at Big Cartel. He just added a new design, called “Get On Board!”, to his “Androids Always Win” series, whic features a crew of androids on the loose. Here are some of my picks (along with a new design):


Even though I’m not a fan of all things space (and that Star Wars stuff), I really like what Richard does. His designs are good, they are clean, and they are fun. Plus, they’re screen printed on 100% quality cotton American Apparel shirts, with environment friendly inks. Prices are $22.00, plus he has a really good lookin’ tote bag for your shopping routine.

Looking forward for new episodes of  “androids on the loose”!

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Today I want to tell you about an interesting tee company in Edinburgh, Scotland, which proves there are more good things coming from that city apart from The Exploited (I bet you all know who they are). ILK Industries started as an idea of creating different tee fashion that the one which is sold by large companies. After their first shirts, which were gone quickly, they decided to make more designs and from there on they continue to create some cool T-shirt art. I randomly picked some of their tees off of their site. As they say – ladies first…

my kind of place by ilk industrieshome grown by ilk industries

What I like about their women shirts is that they come in various styles (as you can see on pictures above), like low cut or scoop neck top shirts. Here are a couple of men T-shirt designs.

guitar by ilk industriesilk logo by ilk industries

They also have some hoodies and bags. I really enjoy their nature-inspired graphics and environmentalist attitude. Plus, they also have a nice website too, and guess what – all their products (not a nice word at all) are now on SALE (women shirts are 12 GB pounds now, men shirts are 14 pounds, hoodies 22 pounds and bags less than 6 pounds). So, no reason to check their site out, choose some of their stuff and order it. And while you’re waiting, you can listen to some Billy Bragg… Go, ILK!

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