Weekly Roundup 06

Weekly Roundup 06 — Pavement Licker, 10th Anniversary Book

From photographed french fries to fundraising tees designed by the worlds most iconic artists, we've got you covered with our (first ever) weekly round-up of Friday Favourites. Scroll down to get your dose.

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Evening Standard Magazine - The London United Issue


Limited edition t-shirts featuring ES Magazine covers by the iconic Ai Wei Wei, Anish Kapoor, Antony Gormley, Jamie Hewlett and Wolfgang Tillmans. Read all about the collection over on our previous blog post.

Pavement Licker


Brain child of designers Josh Jones and James-Lee Duffy, Pavement Licker is a cult art zine with a heady dose of prose, stories and scribbles. Past issues have featured contributions from new artists trying to break onto the scene to heavyweights like Banksy and Pure Evil. To celebrate the launch of their spanking new book, PL have dropped a sick new tee with us. Talk about double whammy!

The Ransom Note


Dance music fans take note - your favourite online music mag The Ransom Note have just dropped their Dance Music From Planet Earth Tee onto the site. This beauty debuted at Farr Festival a couple of weeks back and they've had people hounding them ever since. Don't miss out.

Unknown Defects


Unknown Defects is an expression of the confusion in multi-disciplined Graphic Designer Aron Nicholds' mind. We'd class this 0800-help-me tee as a perfect #mondaymood garm.

Gil Gilmour


"Marlboro Fries" is part of Aussie photographer Gil Gilmour's "Happy Meal" series. Get yours whilst it's hot! (pun intended).

Daniel David Freeman


A superb follow up from his "Smash Nazi Scum" tee last month, Daniel has knocked it out the park with his "Yardie for Grenfell tee". All proceeds go to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. Do your bit and cop one today.

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Laura Suttle

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