We’re excited to announce a new release as part of our Pattern & Shape series. This design is by our very own Mark Pernice and is based off the crescent shaped Lune. Shirts come in girls and boys sizes and yes, that’s glow-in-the-dark ink! Get yours here.
Stay tuned for more Pattern & Shape news soon.
Chicago-based Pete and Gena have started an online housewares shop called, The Works Progress Administration. They sell limited edition art pieces to spruce up your home/ workspace or to get you a much-needed date. I love the Prussian grenades.
With Summer (in the northern hemisphere) coming to an end soon, so too will the Pattern & Shape sale. This Sunday, Sept 18, will be the last day to get 25% off the entire collection.
Discount is applied at checkout.
We’re having a Summer sale at the Pattern & Shape store. All tees are 25% off for a limited time. Proceeds will help fund an upcoming TSA project.
Please note: discount will be applied at checkout ($17.25 down from $23).
The subject matter of Ryu Itadani‘s latest painting is the iconic Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 sneaker. Onitsuka Tiger have produced a short documentary about the project and have asked us to help promote the artwork, which will be exhibited across Europe.
For the promotion they’re giving away an exclusive print of the painting by Ryu, not available anywhere else. It’s printed on A1 (23.39 × 33.11 in) stretched canvas. Along with the print they’re offering up a pair of Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66′s.
UPDATE 6/21/11 – Winner Announced
Congrats James G! Hope you enjoy some new art for your wall and your feet.
We’re really happy to finally get our second collaborative project up and going. This one is entitled Pattern & Shape and consists of work from seven TSA contributors. The brief of the project was to design a t-shirt using a geometric shape and incorporating pattern. You can see the designs and read more about the project over at patternandshape.com.
To accompany the launch we built a mini site to display the shirts and purchase from. Big thank you to Matt Loseke for lending your masterful coding skills. It’s built with Sinatra and deployed on Heroku, more to come about that soon.