Domestic Stencilworks – Street art meets t-shirts

by Andy on November 1, 2013

I love seeing street art, it’s probably because living in the countryside it’s a rarity for me so I enjoy it more than people that pass wheat pastes and stencil work every day. People that follow the HYA instagram will have probably noticed that whenever I’m in a city I will tend to post a Space Invader or other piece of art (and probably Chinese food too, I love Chinese food).

So when Domestic Stencilworks got in touch I was really interested by their concept of bringing stencil-style artwork and printing techniques to the t-shirt world. They’ve got some cool tees as you can see above, and their eco approach is interesting too. Check out their commitment to not destroying the planet:

- All graphics made from water based inks & food grade dyes

– All garments sourced from within CA

– All inks sourced from within CA

– All packaging sourced from within CA

– No plastisol

– No industrial heaters

– No solvents

– No heavy emulsions

– No waste from chemical discharge

I think it’s fair to say that these guys aren’t greenwashing, and they’re keeping it local too. Shirts are $28 a piece which seems pretty reasonable to me when you think about the amount of care and attention going into each shirt (and there’s $3 to charity in that price too).

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