TSOTW: Everyting tee

For this week’s installment of T-Shirt of the Week, I’m rather shamelessly plugging my own brand, Selector, known for obscure reggae references done in nice type, according to some discerning friends anyway. We just dropped this new color of the popular Everyting tee for Fall/Autumn 2017. Also, on a related note, we are currently doing our Labor Day sale, wherein you can get all the stuffs, at 40% off the usual price of said stuffs. Check out the Selector online shop and use promo code LABORDAZE40. Enjoy. Or fulljoy, as the case may be.

Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type, Borders, &c.

The good people at Rizzoli have recently republished an incredible vintage type foundry catalog called Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type, Borders, &c.: The 1874 Masterpiece of Colorful Typography. Fans of type, and especially connoisseurs of vintage wood type will absolutely love this beautifully printed time-capsule, which allows us to peer back 150 years into the unique and ornate offerings of William H. Page’s Connecticut wood type foundry. In addition to the wonderful typefaces and classic designs, the original author sampled rather odd words, as specimens of the lettering, such that the text can be viewed as humorous and strange experimental poetry. This edition reproduces all 102 pages of the original book. The hefty hardcover title measures 13 x 9.75 inches, and is sure to impress. [See More]

TSOTW: Iced Out

Is Reykjavík in the house? Without a doubt. The weirdos at Stay Weird Forever have been busy staying weird, and now they’re back with another great T-shaped garment for your weird consideration. It says “Iceland” and features the country’s most famous export on it too.

Frutas Before Putas

Another fun lapel pin design from my talented friend artist/designer Benjie Escobar which is kinda snarky and reps East LA culture nicely. Benjie has coined the new “tacos before vatos” type catchphrase here, and in all honestly it’s probably slightly healthier to go with the frutas anyway. Get it in Benjie’s online store.

TSOTW: Phife Dawg

LA’s own Bleu & Cream mash up some iconic Keith Haring style artwork, with the classic ATCQ red/black/green pattern, for an incredible T-shaped tribute to the Trini Gladiator, the gifted emcee Phife Dawg, who unfortunately passed away last year. Hutch Exclusive!

Stay Focused

Super stoked to see my friends at San Diego-based sunglasses brand Knockaround have recently unveiled a new series of Prescription Glasses. Their most popular styles like the Premium and Fort Knocks now come with Rx lenses! They look great and they start at about $34. Check them out here.

TSOTW: Come As You Are

You might already know I have a weakness for musically-inspired t-shirts so perhaps it’s no surprise this week’s T-Shirt Of The Week is by Los Angeles-based brand DRTY, who pay tribute to Kurt Cobain of Nirvana fame on this one.