Our friends over at Terratag have just dropped a fresh co-lab project with tokyoplastic.
Manufactured at Terratag, in the heart of London, the original and first tokyoplastic T-shirts. 3 super hot graphics from the vaults of tokyoplastic. Screen printed onto bamboo garments to keep you cool and fresh this summer.
Tokyoplastic for those that don't know are Sam Lanyon Jones and Drew Cope who were raised by Amish foster parents and were terrified of television and computers until divine intervention exposed them to the joy of internet porn. After leaving home and traveling the world they were reunited by chance in 2002 and fathered tokyoplastic taking it from humble beginnings as a 15 second claymation nano-series to the internationally recognized website it is today.
From their underground laboratory in the heart England they have reached out across the vastness of the interweb to touch the hearts of a small audience of millions. Their awards are too numerous to list here (most significantly the audience award at the Sundance online film festival, the Flash Forward 3D category (three years in a row) and a lovely D&AD pencil) and their creative projects cover a spectrum ranging from dildo design to the direction of multimillion dollar advertising campaigns.
Terratag is running a special introductory offer with 10% OFF these new tshirts but only until the 23rd May. Get yourself some freshness here.
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