Fashion collective Bowlcut have launched their new summer collection, which pays homage to their very specific UK legends in their distinct way.
The brand, infamous for tongue-in-cheek nods to pop culture featuring t-shirts that ape classic brands with humour, cherry pick their best of British talent. The new collection features t-shirts donning three Lion (bars) on a shirt, an homage to what they call “everyone’s favourite uncle” David Attenborough, and an ode to Kurupt FM’s Steves, one of the stars from BBC’s cult hit show People Just Do Nothing.
Speaking to It’s Nice That on email about the collection, Bowlcut say, “We don’t take the England team too seriously after years of heartbreak”, subsequently, the three Lions that appear on their shirt are chocolate ones.
Speaking about their Steves Saint Laurent shirt and cap collection that takes inspiration from a Trump campaign quote, ahead of their new music offerings, they say:
“We’ve had a long standing relationship with Kurupt FM and Steves has supported us since day. We’ve also started a monthly Soundcloud DJ Mix. We want to make Soundcloud great again, one mix at a time”.
The collection will be released later this month.
- Artist Bradley Kerl on swapping his Texan surroundings for Tuscany
- María Medem’s illustrations showcase an attentiveness to the body’s movement
- The New York Times Magazine's Ben Grandgenett takes us through its design and tech issue
- Poster Tribune offers a second life to one beloved but short-lived design object
- Smalltown Supersound talk us through five record sleeves which define the label
- Devour the extensive design feast that is The Singapore Graphic Archive
- Cornelius de Bill Baboul's latest project is "like Baudelaire in the age of McDonalds"
- Okuyama Taiki became interested in design while running a free bookshop in Tokyo
- “The beauty of abstraction”: Christoph Niemann on his new mural for a Berlin train station
- Could Lego's latest range help reduce stress and anxiety?
- Warriors Studio gives us a run-down of the graphic design trends at this year's GDFS
- Music, experimental typesetting and Buckfast: Left Alone Zine returns