Imaginary Foundation Season Eight
by Josh Rubin
Like the Imaginary Foundation designs we've come to expect and covet, the latest batch of tees from the San Francisco-based company combines inventive 19th-century-tinged illustrations with irreverent one-line quips. Always a little absurd...
Little Zero T-Shirts
by Wendy Dembo
Steve MacDonald aka Steve Mac aka ramblinworker is one of my favorite artists, so I wasn't surprised to hear that the band Modest Mouse had asked to use a piece of his artwork for a t-shirt design. Steve asked his friend Matthew Davis, also...
Vintage Vantage Tees
by Mike Giles
Spring has sprung and summer is hot on its heels, and when I think summer I think t-shirts and when I think t-shirts nothing comes to mind quicker than those that are buttery soft and vintage-inspired, like those from our good buddies at Vintage Vantage...
by Carol T Chung
During my travels through lovely San Francisco, I saw lots of amazing and wonderful stuff. At just about every other store without initially realizing who it was each time, I would notice the work of Ogi over and over again, like love at first sight...
Turk + Taylor Tees
by Josh Rubin
Dyed in organic inks and fabrics in the company's 900 square-foot design studio / production facility / warehouse / Victorian apartment in San Francisco, Turk+Taylor's T-shirts feature light-hearted and great looking designs. A hand dying...
Imaginary Foundation Sublimation Tees
by Ami Kealoha
by Kyle Small Over at The Imaginary Foundation, the mysterious "Director" and others have been experimenting with t-shirt styles for a while now and the Sublimation series is a new process that makes for super detailed imagery. Using dye...
Intricate line drawings from a San Francisco curbside king
by Julie Wolfson
Discovered by chance on a recent trip to San Francisco, artist Amos Goldbaum caught my attention with his intricate line drawings that he applies using both traditional mediums and on t-shirts. Goldbaum started selling his drawings on the street...
Marine Layer Clothing
Spending a year and $40,000 to figure out the formula for the perfect comfy T-shirt
by Adrienne So
When Mike Natenshon’s girlfriend accidentally threw out his favorite T-shirt—perfectly soft from years of wash and wear—he underwent a long series of experiments to replicate that worn-in comfiness right off the rack. And, while the former investment...
FluffyCo Apparel and Home Decor
by Letizia Rossi
Inspired by the San Francisco lifestyle, FluffyCo is an apparel and home decor line featuring original designs printed on high-quality, California-made clothing with environmentally friendly water-based inks. In addition to t-shirts, hoodies and skirts...
Nat Russell T-Shirts
by Letizia Rossi
Oakland-based artist Nat Russell's t-shirts for Mollusk Surf shop showcase his increasingly recognizable style. My favorites include "Sea Kat" featuring his signature pipe-smoking lion motif, the "Kyle" shirt—which has a wavy-bearded man...
by Karen Day
Fiction can be fun, but nothing's better than hearing a personal tale that leaves you wishing for more and provides the relieving feeling that you're not the only one who has tried to smuggle a swordfish through customs. That's why we...
Von Totebags and T-Shirts
by Fiona Killackey
Award-winning London based illustrator Von has long been a CH favorite so when he decided to launch a range of tees and totes we grabbed the chance to find out more. Why did you decide to brand into fashion now? As much as t-shirts have been done...