At King Tee Softball She Loves Me More She Loves Me More shirt. The good Swabians from Soulcover Clothing recently released a new collection, the Adventure Collection! The label, which primarily focuses on those who love being on the move, publishes a declaration of love for adventure, travel and nomadic life with the new collection. Three shirts (made of organic cotton, some of which are also GOTS-certified and thus made sustainably and fairly) have become: VanLife, Belize It and Canyon. The good parts come with loads of details, such as extra sewn-on color prints or fabric patches on the sleeves and hem. As usual, the new collection comes in a small and limited edition, which also brings a lot of manual work: applications and all labels are sewn by hand in Holzgerlingen, the designs were all drawn by hand and then brought by screen printing process on the shirts. Also nice: 5% of the order proceeds will be donated to the organization Plant-for-the-Planet, so trees can be planted worldwide!
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Yes, new stuff from KingTee! With the design collection, the label brings a lot of new items to the shop, including hoodies, sweaters, windbreaker jackets and caps Softball She Loves Me More She Loves Me More shirt. Oh, and of course T-shirts, which, as is standard in KingTee, are made of organic cotton. All parts were produced under fair conditions (EU standard) and printed in Paris. The designs come from the pen of illustrator Shinzo Noda, who takes the buyer on a “retrofuturistic journey” between the Ancient Egypt and the rave subcultures of the 1990s. Good stuff! Zweitekommasiebenprozent from Vienna love tattoos. Above all, they want to get to know the people behind the tattoo, as well as the associated style and motives. That’s why they recently added a new line to their portfolio: The Tattoo Artist Series. In the meantime, the Viennese have teamed up with two tattoo artists: Jacob Jason and Sam Rulz, originally from New Zealand. Both artists connect a deep band with the zero-point-by-seven percent team – they have both tattooed. There is only one guideline for the participating artists for the Tattoo Artist Series: The NKSP motto “no place for homophobia, fascism, sexism and racism” – its interpretation lies entirely with the tattoo artists. A great idea, I think – I’m looking forward to a continuation of the series!