Tees: The Art of the T-Shirt (Special Edition)

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Here at last is the bible of T-shirt design today. 82 studios from around the world—Brazil, Australia, Japan, Switzerland, America, Argentina, and more—contribute their best designs to create a global and contemporary view of the thriving state of T-shirt land.


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Tees is packed with illustrations of artwork and finished t-shirts, along with insights into the designers' inspirations, techniques, and where available, retail outlets. With a vast range of styles—anarchic illustration, pixel patterns, faux metal, all-over geometry, high craft, retro type, hand-drawn humor—Tees reveals the enormous potential of T-shirts to be expressive, entertaining, and highly desirable all at once. This special limited edition includes a T-shirt featuring a unique collage of designs provided by artists in the book. MAKI are a small design and illustration studio based in Groningen, The Netherlands, run by Kim Smits and Matthijs Maat. MAKI work for a variety of clients, including magazines and many T-shirt companies around the world. They are the authors of Custom Kicks (Laurence King, 2008) and Maki (Pyramyd, 2008).

Additional Information

Author MAKI / Kim Smits / Matthijs Maat
Publisher Laurence King Publishing
Page Count 336pp
Publication Size 7.75 x 9.75
Publication Notes softcover, 700 color illustrations, includes large shirt
Publication Date October 30, 2009
ISBN 978-1856696395

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