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edo label t-shirt by wotto

Wotto, if you keep on making cool collage tees, I’ll keep liking them.

Costiness=¥2,100 Buy it at Japanese design competition Edo Label [via Rude Retro]

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Surrealism by Enso Threads

by Andy on November 18, 2009

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It’s funny that I have such a soft spot for Wotto‘s designs, and yet I’m pretty sure I don’t actually own any shirts that he’s created, I should probably dust off my wallet and make a purchase at some point… or I could just wait until a brand gives me one, he’s so prolific that it’s bound to happen at some point.

Costiness=$20 Available from Enso Threads

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I know you can’t see the pictures too well from the photoshoot shots, but please trust me when I say that they’re all fine looking tees (design close-ups can be found in the gallery).

They’re €21 each and all available for guys & dolls Allmightys.

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I wonder if Wotto is ever going to run out of ideas for t-shirts? My guess: no.

Costiness=£16 Available from Fair & Bare

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Guilty Pleasures by Wotto at Tilteed

by Andy on August 27, 2009

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What what? Is that a Wotto? Why yes, yes it is. You’ve got about 18 hours to pick up this collage print at the early price of $12 before it goes up to $18, which is still a pretty good deal (I’ve got a couple of Tilteed tees and I’m impressed by the quality of the in-house printing). Here’s a few words from wotto about the design.

Most people know I have developed a reputation for doodle shirts. I have had quite a few printed and a lot of people ask for them. Well with this design I wanted to do a darker doodle. I actually did three designs based around the same dark idea, (I seem to work in sets for some reason). Anyway, I was working with the idea of death and how if comes to us all. So why not enjoy a guilty pleasure or two before we depart?

Guilty Pleasures by Wotto

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aesthetic decapitation by wotto and dennis beatty for oye apparel

Costiness=$20 Available from Oye Apparel

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Skullhead by Wotto

by Andy on July 29, 2009

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Wotto, you are, and will continue to be, a designer that makes tees that I like.

Costiness=$12 Available from Wotto’s Big Cartel Store (sold out in men’s small, but the rest is up for grabs)

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zwart by wotto for ktoen

by Andy on July 13, 2009

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Wow, that is a low percentage of actual words in a title.

As you can probably tell, ktoen isn’t an English company, they’re actually Dutch, and unfortunately for (most of) us despite seemingly everyone in Holland speaking perfect English their site appears to only be available in their native tongue. I’m sure you’d be able to work out how to navigate the checkout though if you really wanted to get your on yet another top-notch tee from Wotto.

Costiness=€22.50 (mens) €24.95 (womens) Available from koten

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white wash by wotto for a better tomorrow

This is actually a reprint, so it’s not the freshest of designs, but I missed it the first time around, so I thought I’d share this piece of Wotto collage loveliness with you. Close-ups in the gallery.

Costiness=€18 Buy it at A Better Tomorrow

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What Randr did in April

by Andy on May 8, 2009

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Pretty solid month, though for me the right side of that picture is looking more pleasant than the left… but not by much

All are $16.99 each, and all are available at Randr.

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And that includes free worldwide shipping, so it’s a pretty good deal if you need some Wotto in your life.

Costiness=£7 Buy it at Bang Bang

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If there were Presidential elections in the tee design community, I think that J3concepts and Wotto would be a pretty decent ticket, which is why I was so impressed to see them both having designs released at Ink Hound in the same week, you’d think that they’d want to separate the bigger names of the design community from sharing a week, or perhaps I’m underestimating just how many ‘names’ Ink Hound have got up their sleeves.

You have until Monday to pick them up.

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Happy Monsters by Word Apparel

by Andy on December 6, 2008


I really like this tee, but I guess that’s what happens when you get Wotto to make a collage t-shirt.

Costiness=$16.99 Buy Happy Monsters at Word Apparel [via the Divine Blog]

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It’s a good thing that I like Wotto‘s work, because otherwise him winning every design competition under the sun would be pretty annoying.

Costiness=€16 Buy it at A Better Tomorrow

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J3Concepts & Wotto hit Ink Hound

by Andy on November 19, 2008


Ink Hound hit their second week with a release from a couple of designers you should be pretty familiar with, J3concepts and Wotto. The tee is Wotto’s (as if you couldn’t tell), and the hat is by J3 (as if you couldn’t tell). They were actually rocking a half price sale last week which I forgot to tell you about, but they’re hardly breaking the bank this week with their ‘full’ prices of $12 for a tee ($14 for organic), $16 for a hat, and $30 for a hoodie.

You’ve got until Tuesday next week to pick them up, because after that, they’re gone.

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I can’t remember when these were released/announced (a couple of weeks ago I think), but all three really deserved to be printed up. As its a design competition, Wotto is a winner, as he created the red tee, but the other two names, House of Thieves and Doug Hindson (the overall winner), are less well known to me. I know the price might put a few people off, but the sample tee that they sent me from last year’s competition is still as nice today as when I first pulled it out of the envelope.

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So, what do we have here? It’s a new t-shirt design competition… again, who is the designer of this t-shirt? Wotto… again. It almost feels as if this blog is turning into the wotto appreciation society, which wouldn’t exactly the worst thing in the world since he clearly knows his way around Illustrator, but how about giving some other designers a chance, eh wotto?

Fair and Bare are a new-ish design competition based in Wales who use Fairtrade certified cotton t-shirts (from Epona Clothing. Apparently the shirts are made in an organic way, but they don’t have organic certification yet because that is a two-year process. Basically, you can be assured that kids in sweatshops didn’t make your t-shirts, unless the screen printer at Fair and Bare HQ in Cardiff is a small boy… which I doubt. The first design they’ve released, is of someone hugging a tree, but I’ve been told that they don’t actually want to be known as a tree hugger kind of company, just a t-shirt company that happens to use fair trade tees. In terms of money the winners prize is £200 ($375 according to xe.com), not as much as some of the bigger players, but hopefully the prize package will grow as the company does.

Costiness=£18 Tee Link

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Remember that t-shirt that had a glove stitched onto it? Yeah, that was fun, wasn’t it? Turns out that itself, the company behind the infamous Glove Pocket tee, aren’t just a one-hit wonder, they’ve got more tees that don’t suck, and I handily put pictures of them into the gallery. The black tee is called ‘Never take Candy from a Strange Thing‘, this seven-colour pastel print is yet another great design from Wotto, and marks a departure from itself’s previous minimalist style. ‘More tape‘ is far more in keeping with what I’d expect from these guys, a black and white colourway that’s also kinda funny.

Both of these designs are winners of the Itself design competition. The prize package for winners is pretty substantial, you get $1750 in cash and $250 in ‘itself-coins’ (…store credit), and if your tee is popular and sells out its initial run you’ll get the same again for the second print run of 3000 tees.

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Here’s the latest tee from Bang Bang T-shirts, this time designed by design contest regular Wotto. If you’re a Wotto fan then its a fairly safe bet that you’ll like this character tee, but if you’ve got no clue who this Wotto person is then you’ll probably still like it anyway since the bizarre character is oddly endearing for some reason that I can’t put my finger on.

Costiness=£13.99 (free worldwide shipping included) Tee Link

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