Brodie Kaman – Nocturnal Wound
Brodie Kaman dropped his ‘Nocturnal Wound’ long-sleeve through his growing Super Foreign brand – his signature distressed graphic and typography prowess is on show here.
M. Fatchurofi – Stay Calm
M. Fatchurofi’s ‘Stay Calm‘ was a dash of brightness in a dreary winter. It features an early piece of his artwork with a mantra to keep you going.
Fruits Art Club – PEOPLE 4US
Fruits Art Club understands what it takes to tell complex stories through design – their ‘PEOPLE4US‘ long-sleeve focuses on the clock of our universe with a mission to make the world a better place.
No Bad Days – Sushi Soireé
Record label, party and radio show No Bad Days gave us a splash of colour with ‘Sushi Soirée‘ featuring an illustrative take on their Sushi Soirée at vinyl-only venue/sushi restaurant Brilliant Corners.
Jimbo Bones – All My Friends Are Dead
Jimbo Bones once again emerged from the depths of hell – this time with his ‘All My Friends Are Dead‘ long sleeve tee. Jimbo went all-in on the repurposed graphics to create a heavy winter scrapbook of doom.
Greasy Finger Gang – Let Me Dance
Greasy Fingers Gang were new to the Everpress platform, and their first outing was a real eye-catcher. Keep your eyes peeled – we’re expecting big things from GFG this year.
Sophy Hollington – Emblem
No surprises here as Brighton-based illustrator Sophy Hollington cruises onto yet another one of our favourite tees list.
Ahmed Badenjki – Falafel
The boom of underground designers finding their feet on our platform is encapsulated best by this beauty by Ahmed Badenjki – bootlegging a major brand with this tasty logo flip.
Noah Baker – Scenery
When it comes to sleeve printed tees, we just couldn’t resist NYC-based designer Noah Baker’s ‘Scenery‘ – a tribute to Japanese pianist Ryo Fukui’s 1976 jazz album, Scenery.
Adam Tickle – What’s Luv Got To Do With It
Adam Tickle took us back in time with his Tina Turner-inspired design ‘What’s Luv Got To Do With It‘ T-shirt in response to our Love Is The Message brief for Valentines Day. 80s vibes all round with this one.
Bárbara Malagoli – Hello I’m Home
We saw a wave of 80+ amazing artists respond to our International Womxn brief and Bárbara Malagoli caught our attention with her beautifully illustrated ‘Hello I’m Home‘ long sleeve T-shirt.
Marylou Faure – Utopia
Another entry in response to our International Womxn brief and things got meta with Everpress favourite Marylou Faure’s illustrated take on another Everpress favourite – Adam Tickle’s ‘Utopia’ tee.
Florian Tripoteau – Phobos Express
French designer Florian Tripoteau’s cosmic obsession has been visible with his steady stream of graphic tees and ‘Phobos Express‘ is the pièce de résistance of his collection.
Florian Tripoteau’s ‘Phobos Express’ T-shirt
Robin Eisenberg – Night Driving
LA-based artist, animator and music video director Robin Eisenberg killed the International Womxn brief. Her sci-fi-inspired ‘Nightdriving‘ tee is a galactic trip that was quite literally out of this world.
Kelly Anna – Defend
We could spot a Kelly Anna tee from a mile away and our eyes lit up when she teamed up with Sister Supporter as part of their Buffer Zones project fundraiser for her ‘Defend‘ T-shirt.
Mirror Planet Records – Acid House
Tiny Japanese label Mirror Planet Records have burst onto the scene with their ‘Acid House‘ tee – a pretty solid first release if you ask us. We’re already itching for a new drop.
Maria Falbo – The Senses
Maria Falbo of lifestyle brand COPSON has got our heads turning with her latest outing. ‘The Senses‘ is an exploration of transcendence, romanticism and tribal communion.
Pacific Rhythm – Pacific Rhythm x Rhek
We love a good collaboration, whether it’s friends, strangers, or non-profits coming together. This year we’ve already seen some excellent team-ups and Pacific Rhythm’s freshest tee yet saw them knock heads with creative genius Rhek.
PARADISE TV – PARADISETV.XYZ
Underground TV station Paradise TV returned with a bang as they relaunched 2018’s classic logo tee – this time with brand new colourways.
Stephanie Unger – Snake Hoop
London-based artist and illustrator Stephanie Unger’s ‘Snake Hoop‘ for Internation Womxn went from doodle to one of our favourite drops 2019.
Read more: Our 31 favourite T-shirt designs of 2018