Graffiti Skate Tee Shirt
This t-shirt is 100% cotton and 100% a Braille favorite.
This t-shirt is the result of a graphic design contest we did earlier this year. The graphic was made by the 2nd place winner Jack Hockey from Perth, Western Australia. Jack is a third-year graphic design student who grew up around skateboarding and surfing. Many of his early works were shirt and print designs for local skate and street brands. As a passion project, Jack has been involved with graphic design in the skating scene for a couple of years now, creating fan posters and designs shared on many known skating brands' social media such as Bones bearings, Thunder trucks, and Cariuma.
About the Graphic
From the artist himself: The unorthodox approach to the graffiti design prompt I took when creating my submission was intended so that my art would stand out from the other hundreds of submissions. I went for something more modern than traditional graffiti, looking at it from a business standpoint and thinking about the cost of production and marketability. I decided to keep the design minimal with few colours so that multiple aspects could be interchangeable and printed at a low cost. The design itself portrays Aaron tagging the braille logo onto a wall.
5% of profits to the First Try Foundation to help grow skateboarding and give skateboards to those in need.
I like the shirt and it fits great, but I wish it wasn't white. If it could have been a darker color so it didn't get so dirty, I would probably war it more.
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