Marcello Pisano – Milano Sushi Gang
We love nothing more than a self-starter and 1st-time Everpress uploader Marcello Pisano flexed his illustration muscles with this sushi themed dream, ‘Milano Sushi Gang’ tee. We doubt this will be the last time he features on one of these lists.
Jack Taylor & Molly Rose Dyson – Die Natur
Spring saw the launch of our City Takeover Series in Berlin and the pick of the bunch was Jack Taylor & Molly Rose Dyson’s anti-littering tee, ‘Die Natur’. A perfect example of a statement T-shirt.
Rye Wax – Have A Good Time
South London’s finest, Rye Wax Records took things up a notch with their second run of pre-order tees. A team up with graphic artist Mos Daviz paved the way for the epic ‘Have A Good Time’ tee and a reminder to have a good time, all the time.
Mikki Janower – Super Mario Void
Graphic designer and art director Mikki Janower dug into the pop culture goldmine that is Super Mario as she rolled out her first Everpress tee. ‘Super Mario Void’ gave us a nostalgia trip with a dash of design genius.
Valentin Lazar – Cute 01
By this point, it’s no secret that we’re big fans of graphic tees and Valentin Lazar cracked the code on his first go with the intricately designed ‘Cute 01’. Featuring a design adapted from his submission to a Poster Jam competition.
Virginia Ma – Virginnywinny
Last year’s CSM Graphics Degree Show fundraiser placed Indiana Lawrence on our radar and this year, illustrator and designer Virginia Ma grabbed our attention with the street food-themed ‘Virginnywinny’.
Jimmy Simpson – Bodega Cat
Illustrator Jimmy Simpson’s ‘Bodega Cat’ began as a series of drawings inspired by the colour, clutter and culture of corner stores in New York City. He’s since collected his drawings into zine published by Tan & Loose Press.
Frank J Guzzone – Ceremoñia 2019
Making a still image look alive is no easy task but Brooklyn-based 3D designer and art director Frank J Guzzone created fluidity with his first Everpress tee. His design features an image from his work with Festival Ceremoñia 2019.
Samaritans – Real People Real Stories
Released alongside their Real People, Real Stories campaign, Samaritans set out to raise mental health awareness by highlighting real stories from men who have overcome tough times to encourage other men to seek help.
Art of Ping Pong x Kelly Anna
Everpress regulars Art of Ping Pong & Kelly Anna knocked heads for one of our favourite collaborative efforts this spring. It’s an easily distinguishable design that is made up of a bold, female character that defines Kelly’s style.
Luigi Brusciano – Kids Want Techno
Luigi Brusciano demonstrated his understanding of graphic design and a love for pop culture perfectly with his ‘Kids Want Techno‘ design. What’s more techno than a neon green graphic on a black tee?
Emma Allegretti – Raise Hell
Italian illustrator Emma Allegretti’s sophomore effort ‘Raise Hell’ didn’t go unnoticed. The follow up to ‘Allegretti Regretti’ sees her return with the water-coloured female figures that take centre stage in her work.
Fruits Art Club – Fruits F&F Tee
The growth of Fruits Art Club as a creative entity has been steady and founder Andrew Wetmore has used the Everpress platform to create, share, and motivate others. They’ve cruised onto another with their ‘Friends & Family’ tee.
Father of Xerxes – Post Daylight Affairs
Dario Pereira aka Father of Xerxes has been a revelation since dropping his first pre-order campaign. With an impressive collection of graphic tees behind him, it’s easy to see why his stock is on the rise. The long-sleeve ‘Post Daylight Affairs’ is his magnum opus.
Jimbo Bones – All My Friends Are Dead
It’s always something to behold when Aussie artist Jimbo Bones returns from the depths of hell. He didn’t disappoint when he rolled out his reworked ‘All My Friends Are Dead’ collection.
Sebastian König – Be Kind Rewind
Illustrator, designer and art director Sebastian König’s mastery over colour is on full display with his first pre-order campaign, ‘Be Kind Rewind’. His design mirrors his work with its use of rough edges and rigid shapes.
Conor Peploe – R.I.P Keith Flint
Conor Peploe’s ode to Keith Flint was a simple, yet effective way to commemorate the legendary singer. RIP Keith Flint.
Wigflex – Wigflex City Festival
We know what you’re thinking; “this tee looks familiar”. What if we told you that Wigflex joined forces with another entrant in this list, Luigi Brusciano to create some seriously good festival season clobber?
Grace Miceli – Bunny
We could make a list of our favourite Grace Miceli tees which is a testament to the quality of work that the NYC-based artist produces. However, we’re particularly fond of her ‘Bunny’ tee. On the surface, its innocence caught our eye but the bunny is the real star of this long sleeve tee.
Marco Giacobbe – Disperse
Milan-based design student Marco Giacobbe arrived on the scene all guns blazing with the ‘Disperse’ tee. His design is a blend of graphic and typography gold that had our heads spinning.
Connie Wright – Street View
Connie Wright’s ‘Street View’ is a T-shirt with a tale – her design is taken from her final project publication; a visual exploration of Yanaka, Tokyo travelled virtually through google maps.
For the full selection of curated designs currently available, head to the Editor’s Picks.