Naive Trax – Naive
Naive Trax have released some incredible T-shirts alongside their records this year. The original tee gets a re-press in time for Christmas.
Aistė Stancikaitė – House in Tarumi
Aistė Stancikaitė smashed this one out of the park; the combo of striking colour and gemoetric design combine to make the T-shirt pop off the screen.
Jacob Wise – Gabber Chamber Music Season
If a mixture of classical and gabber sounds anything like it looks, we’re in.
Helena Covell – Bad Egg
Out of date and out too late – one for all the neighbourhood bad eggs.
Jimbo Bones – Desolation
Jimbo Bones’ Desolation tee has officially hit cult status at Everpress HQ. Any talk of a ‘re-launch’ is met with rapturous applause and smiling faces.
Bill Connors – Split
Bill Connors aka Physical Medium has been relentlessly dropping fire tees all year. It was tricky picking a favourite but we’ve gone for the Black Metal influenced ‘Split’.
Adam Tickle – Utopia (50/50)
Adam Tickle’s ‘Utopia’ tee has become synonymous with this years 50/50 fund-raising campaign with Amnesty International. Why? Well, Adam was able to create a T-shirt that resonated; it’s a great example of thoughtfully combined message and design.
Charlotte Mei – Toroko National Park Souvenir Tee
Earlier in the year London based artist Charlotte Mei graced our platform with the presence of her ‘Souvenir Tee‘; it pays homage to Taiwan’s Taroko National Park.
Charlie Bones – Do!!You!! (Pink)
Charlie Bones of NTS / Do!!You!! fame is, and always will be, an EVERPRESS favourite. His classic banana tee actually launched in 2017, but we’re sneaking it in ‘cos technically the pink long-sleever is new to 2018, and just look at it.
Fruit Stickers – Original Stickers
Cult Instagram archive Fruit Stickers launched five variation tees in 2018 and nearly broke the internet in the process. One the all-time best sellers on our platform; great colours, great story, very nice all round.
Allergy Season – Allergy Season
Physical Therapy’s record label did big things earlier this year, teaming up with Discwoman to curate a compilation in aid of the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund. Show your support.
Keynes Woods – The Future’s Past
This recent drop by rising hip-hop talent Keynes Woods shows everyone that music merch can be more than album artwork on a tee; the artist has enlised a posse of creative talent to execute a full campaign, art directed and photographed by Eugene Angelo. The lines are blurring between music artists and brands, and if the output is something like this, then we’re on board.
Worldwide FM x On The Corner Records
Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide FM dropped their logo tee earlier in the year but blew our minds more recently with their collab tee with On The Corner records. Designed by the label’s art director Victoria Topping – the design features signature OTC bright colours, geometric shapes and cultural iconography.
Jackson Green – En Prinsipyo
Fast-rising graphic designer Jackson Green has dropped some quality tees with us in 2018, and En Prinsipyo is the best of them. He just landed a position at Mad Decent and is definitely one to watch in 2019.
Joy Miessi (50/50)
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see why Joy Miessi’s 50/50 anti-censorship T-shirt was such a hit. Strong, bold colours that translated beautifully when screen printed. Of the design Joy said, “I wanted to created a design that reflected that reflected on my childhood memories and that initial realisation of censorship. From those early days I’ve always visualised it as some kind of screen or filter overlapping a layer of truth.”
Ben Arfur – It’s Nicer Without You
Highly sought after designer, Ben Arfur, delivered this three-print beauty back in October – back now for a limited time.
Huntleys & Palmers
Welcome to Block Univers. Party maker and record label Huntleys + Palmers dropped this long-sleeve stunner with an accompanying download; genius.
Dan Woodger – Hazy Days II
Hazy Days Season II was born of a road trip through the rocky mountains, with Dan Woodger sucessuflly bringing all his playful, coulourful style to bear on this light-hearted, summer certified number.
Sophy Hollington – Darkness
Originally created for Migrant Journal, Sophy Hollington’s silver on black print was too beautiful not to extend to another medium. Old mate moon can’t believe what he’s seeing.
Shana Sadeghi-Ray – Untitled
We’ve seen some innovative long sleeves dropping these autumn and winter months but none more so than Shana Sadeghi-Ray’s ode to ball ‘n’ chains.
Lucas Hesse – Try & Error
Typography is back, with the discipline finding a welcome home across countless T-shirt fronts in 2018. German designer Lucas Hesse shows what happens when you combine a great colour palette with strong type.
Isabell Altmaier – Untitled
Isabell Altmaier is leading the charge for an army of great illustrators dropping regular T-shirt designs on our platform – showing that it doesn’t need to be a dark, graphic heavy print to look good.
Kelly Anna – Le Sport
Beyonce, Cara Delevingne, Foals, and London Grammar are some of those to rock Kelly Anna’s bold and colourful prints in recent years – fancy adding your name to the list?
Claudia Chanhoi – Be Spam
“Sexual being or sex object?” Claudia Chanhoi asked the question via her pop-tinged ‘B-Spam’ design earlier this year. A great example of design and fashion as a medium for discussion.
WellWishers88 – WW88/ETHER
We’ve had our eyes on graphic flyer don @WellWishers88 for a while now; the designer has a proven ability to build entire worlds on a 2d poster format and thankfully was willing to translate this to a T-shirt. His WW88/Ether88 tee was a screen printed thing of beauty.
DJ Boring – Date Night Tour T-shirt
DJ Boring continues a strong trend of electornic producers makers blurring lines between good design aesthetic and music, which his ‘Date Night’ tour tee, designed by Paul Hempstead, can attest.
IAMDDB – Tour Tee
Tour merch, done well.
Oscar Henderson-Pennington – I hear it in my ghosts
Phlo dropped a couple of great designs this year, with this particular design leading the way. Always good to shine a light on the creatives making things happen while still in the early stages of building their brand.
Mall Grab – Baby MG
Why wouldn’t you want a T-shirt with a young Mall Grab on?! The explosive house producer and DJ reminded us all that music merch sells if it resonates with the fans.
Thomas Slater – Powered By Plants
Whatever your diet there’s no denying this gem from illustrator Thomas Slater.
Lucie Corbasson – Untitled
London-based illustrator Lucie Corbasson is new to clothing design, but dropped this absolute belter first up. A geometric mindf*%k of the best kind.
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