I think these are the extra ones left over from the promotion of the Midnight Of My Life movie. Anyway, the Steve Marriott t-shirts, which haven’t been made commercially available before, are currently selling on eBay.
This image was actually originally done for a t-shirt for leading Small Faces tribute band the Small Fakers, but it has now been tweaked into a rather cool Don’t Burst My Bubble print by Dry British.
Fans of The Who might well want one of these Gama Clothing x Delicious Junction High Numbers t-shirt for there summer months.
Was doing a bit of random browsing earlier and spotted this official Trojan Records t-shirt. So as it’s going to be a hot one this weekend and beyond, I’m flagging it up.
Not really a huge fan of the target personally, but this Chainring t-shirt by Velolove is a clever affair.
If the t-shirt above looks familiar, it's probably because you own a copy of the Mods book by Richard Barnes, where it is featured at least a couple of time within the book. Actually. it's also showing at the Reading Steady Go exhibition too. Anyway, the main point here is […]
I'm not featuring these because I like them. Far from it. But if nothing else, the Madness by Ben Sherman range is a talking point. A rather strange collaboration between a mod-related label (at least, once upon a time) and 'bloke' band Madness, it offers up polo shirts, a Harrington […]
It's not exactly t-shirt weather right now, but if you happen to be going somewhere warmer (or the house is warm), you might like this Tokyo 1964 t-shirt at Gama Clothing. It's part of the retailer's Gary Crowley range, although he quite obviously didn't design this – the logo for […]