Grab a chance to see Mickey Mouse in a whole new light!

Check out these awesome new Disney T-Shirts we’ve just had from the guys at Bloc28 by Disney.

Mens White Old School Mickey Mouse T-Shirt from Bloc28 by Disney - £24.99

Bloc28 by Disney are a group of artists whose mission is to re-interpret Mickey Mouse using non-traditional media like murals, graffiti and street art.  It’s a really unique project that encompasses artist visualisations of one of the worlds most recognisable characters!

Mens White Multi Colour Mickey Mouse T-Shirt from Bloc28 by Disney - £24.99

These officially licensed Mickey Mouse T-Shirts add a quirky, retro, humourous touch to the classic Disney character that manages to bring him bang up to date!

Mens Black Mickey Mouse Crossbones T-Shirt from Bloc28 by Disney - £24.99

These Bloc28 T-Shirts have got me really interested in the artists and ideas behind it all, and with the project going from strength to strength I’m sure we can expect to see some hot new products in the future!

Girls on Bikes….

UK artist / designer INSA’s infamous ‘Girls on Bikes’ art project has become fashion thanks to Addict t-shirts.

The ‘Girls on Bikes’ photo series has appeared all over fashion, lifestyle and cycling blogs already, but now you can actually own a little part of it thanks to Addict and the release of this biketastic tshirt series.

If like me, you love graffiti / street art, bikes and beautiful ladies you will love these t-shirts. There are three designs available in total – Layla, Emily and Vicky. They feature color matched collars and sleeve stitching alongside a soft touch water based photo print and co Addict x Insa branding on each sleeve.

Unless your job has a relaxed dress code (like us lucky Truffleshufflers), you probably won’t be wearing these tees to work anytime soon thanks to the fine mix of boobs, bottoms and bikes. But who cares? You’ll be excited for the weekend to ‘roll’ around so you can show off these tees!!

Layla Emily Vicky
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Sesame Street characters in a whole new light!

This past friday The Seventh Letter and Neff Headwear put on an exhibition in Known Gallery in Los Angeles, CA dedicated to one of our favourite shows, Sesame Street!

With appearances from Elmo, Oscar The Grouch, Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, Grover and Count Von Count, everyones favourites Sesame Street residents were represented.  They were bought to life from a great variety of artists such as Tyke, Sage Vaughn, Dabs & Myla, Mr Cartoon, Eric Dressen and many more.

I really admire all the different interpretations of all the characters we know and love, there’s some really cool and unusual stuff.  The exhibition has now closed and was also a bit too far away for me to visit unfortunately, but I’m loving the chance to browse through these photos, wish I could have been there!

British streetwear brand Addict launches at TruffleShuffle!

Addict (edikt’; for n. ad’ikt) vt. [< L.ad-,to + dicere, say]
To give (oneself) up (to some strong habit).
1. one addicted, esp.to a past time
2. [Colloq.] a person devoted to something -addic’tion n. – addic’tive adj.
Starting life as a menswear label in 1996, Addict has developed a signature style of streetwear that blends classic casual wear with the performance, quality and functionality of high spec outerwear. The brand has over a decade’s worth of heritage in the streetwear genre, its roots run deep in the design, music and board sports communities crossing over both to the underground and mainstream alike since birth. Long a favourite of the freesports fraternity, Addict is much more than your common or garden clothing range. Despite the rapid growth in popularity and distribution over the years, Addict has a tight, focused team of individuals who are intensely passionate about the brand and keep a tight reign over its development, producing all clothing, graphics and media for the mainline in-house, focusing on product development, letting the brand evolve naturally rather than bending to fit in with fashion.
Addict regularly work with and support a collection of independent highly sought after artists and illustrators on the more limited edition ‘artist series’ ranges. A reflection of their general company ethos, the artists and designers Addict work with are sourced mainly on a social basis. The limited edition artist series tees and related products have seen Addict working with a plethora of contemporary talent including long time collaborators She One, C-Law, Mitch and Swifty, Mode 2, Jimi Crayon, Ben Swift, Guy Featherstone, Shogun™, Will Barras, Mr Jago, and Steff Pleatz to name but a few.

Launching this week of TruffleShuffle is our first drop of tees from their much anticipated instalment of Addict X Star Wars tees, featuring art from long time Addict collaborator Mitchy Bwoy. Staying true & accurate to the original Star Wars designs from the Star Wars Trilogy, this collection of tees show Mitch’s unique, highly detailed, hand drawn vector style which he mixes with a keen colour sense and a healthy dose of ink and spray paint to lethal effect.
“Brought up in the Shires of the North of England, Mitch’s fascination with design and illustration was initiated by a love of comics and the Star Wars phenomenon. His first true influence was Ralph McQuarrie (Star Wars’ chief illustrator) and, much do the disapproval of various art teachers, he spent most of his early years in the realms of fantasy art and graffiti. Concentrating on what he calls ‘hip hop surrealism’ during his design degree, Mitch spent his final degree year working at Swifty’s London studio. As Mitch was already a huge fan of Swifty’s work for Mo Wax and Straight No Chaser magazine, this was a logical progression and served as a valuable apprenticeship. Working from his own London studio over the last 10 years, Mitch has carved his own niche not only in music cover design but also in illustration, fashion and more recently, video production. His work has become synonymous with new music and club culture, working alongside the most prominent musicians of the last decade, including; Amp Fiddler, Bugz in the Attic, Incognito, The Bees, Howie B and many others. In addition, Mitch has worked on many special projects, live paints and collaborations with other artists; 55 Roots for 55 DSL (live paint and group art show with Dragon and Shibuya from Japan), Bacardi brand development (with Mode 2) and Black Twang/We Love You album projects (with Banksy). His reputation has also led to his inclusion in numerous art shows, such as; the Art Basel/ Miami (alongside Doze Green, Swoon, Rostar), Candela Festival/Puerto Rico (with Swifty, Mode 2 and HVW8) and Board / London (with Jamie Hewlett and Pete Fowler).” His series of inter galactic Star Wars designs pay homage to the timeless quality of the original designs featured in the original films released over 30 years ago… Check them all out below….
Men's Black Stormtrooper Graffiti T-Shirt from Addict £24.99
Men's Boba Fett Graffiti T-Shirt from Addict £24.99
Men's Millennium Falcon Blueprint T-Shirt from Addict £19.99
Men's Red At-At Blueprint T-Shirt from Addict £19.99

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