10 posts tagged vintage
10 posts tagged vintage
Audrey Hepburn as Zombie
After years working for brands, Graphic Designer and illustrator from Medellín-Colombia Alejandro Giraldo decided to start his own clothing line. Velmost (that’s the name) established with concept of dreams we all have but are afraid to follow. Velmost said that its pursuit are not only to make t-shirts but to bring about a new way to see life. Currently, its design inspired by the sea and love for illustration and typography — I see vintage influence in there as well.
Batman & Batgirl in vintage T-shirt, one of the most heroic couple of all times you can ever imagine. Sweet!
Reblogged from nellyskywalker
How is it like to lives in a world of geometrical colour with animals from the forest and those mysterious lonely girl always covering her face?
Seeing Kris Tate artworks (some of which printed on Society6 T-shirts) will give you that kind of psychedelic feel while enjoying the glorious beloved animals from Wolves, Fawns, Cats, Bears, Foxes to Owls that become Kris Tate inspirations.
Kris Tate was born in the city of Guatemala where her native culture inspired her to start creating art. She moved to the UK and is now working in Manchester. Vintage fashion become another inspiration that’s lately incoporated into her work.
When looking for inspiration she looks at pictures of her life, portraits, animals, feelings, motions all part history of what she had live. And I think that’s really a good thing to do, not only for her and but also for us.
It’s the classic Batman logo tee shirts in vintage feel. While the Dark Knight is becoming the new coolnes for the iconic-hero lovers, you can’t go wrong with this.
Reblogged from awkwardkid101
The Kids Are Alright
Pete Townshend doesn’s get it wrong when he created “The Kids Are Alright”, a song that everyone loves. While I can’t say that the hit was huge in UK and US (reaching number 41 in the UK and number 85 in the US), the song, along with the album’s title track, became anthems for some of us and the Mod subculture of England in the 1960s.
Reblogged from inloveandmore
One who passionate for analogue photography and classic cameras understand the beauty of the sculpted mechanical beauty of vintage cameras, the legendary photographers who used them, and the iconic images they created are the things that fuel the Dodge and Burn brand. The things about ‘Rangefinder Classic’ are
Produced from 1940 to 1951, the IIIc was in a line of Leica cameras that established the wide use of 35mm photography and made modern photojournalism possible. Stanley Kubrick used one of these when he freelanced as a photojournalist for Look Magazine in the 1940’s.
Q.E.P.D. by xADx
This tasty-looking skully is the sugar shack’s killer confection. Handcrafted over several generations by the eldest of Candy Butchers. They say the smell of the Santa Muerte is that of coconut, chocolate and hard liquor (cerveza is also mentioned). Take a bite y que en paz descanses
xADx a.k.a Adi Hydrant is Indonesian Freelance designer and illustrator based in Bali.
Museum Neu 5th Anniversary
Museum Neu brings back the legends while celebrating its 5th anniversary at And A, Shibuya with LABORATORY/BERBERJIN in pop-rock revelry. The specially tailored pop-up store releases a stunning collection of T-shirts emblazoned with some legends in pop-rock genre likes of The Talking Heads, The Ramones, Pete Townshend, Tom Yorke, Noel Gallagher and more. It’s currently up and running until August 19. More info.