Any Forty Versus 2.5 Preview

UK Brand Any Forty have uploaded some preview images of their forthcoming Versus 2.5 collection. The images give us an idea of what to expect from the soon to be released artist series T-shirt range, featuring the work of Another Example, Melbs, Purdi Petunia, ZombieCorp and The Sicksystems, along with the work of two competition winners, Jac&Mac and KillStudio.

Any Forty’s strong graphic style shines through the collection of 8 T-Shirts, each of which is a collaborative effort between the brand and an individual artist (hence ‘versus’). This drop follows on from the previous Versus collection which dropped in April of this year. T-shirts come in white, black and grey with a range of different colour prints. The two American sports team inspired pieces (Grizzlies and Terrors) are the result of a competition held recently where the brand invited artists and illustrators to send in their own designs to be used in the new collection, with Jack&Mac and KillStudio coming out top.

Look out for the Versus 2.5 Collection from Any Forty in the following month, check out the Any Forty Blog for more info.

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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Comments

  • B.I.G

    it always shocks me to see people releasing cads as there product images caus thats not even a production piece but a design and anything looks crisp fully digital. go take a tablet (not apples one) and calm down be patient cause everyone would rather see the finished article and whats good with them like fit and t base etc you know thats truth there is no rush to get 8 cads out trust

    one love pece

  • http://anyforty.co.uk AnyForty

    We’re not releasing these as product images B.I.G, these are just put on our blog as sneak peaks at the new range. They’re being printed next week and then we’ll do a photoshoot to show them as they are, people won’t part with a coin over these pics, the store will have photographs of people wearing them so you can see exactly how they look in “real life”. Don’t worry fella, not trying to trick people that that’s how they’ll look when silk screened. The sneak peak is for all the twitter fans who were desperate to see the new range. Don’t you worry your pretty little head homey!
    Peace back at ya x

  • RIQO

    Easy Any Forty. Seriously dont watch that first comment. Anyone who knows design or has an atoms worth of imagination will know that these designs are first class AND will look wicked once they have been printed up. Plus if there was any doubt in your brand they would only have to venture on to your website and see the type of quality you guys are producing. I think some people seriously underestemate the time and skill involved in producing this type of illustration. Keep up the good work. My favourite is the ‘come in peace’ tee. F.T.T.K!

  • http://www.deerbrains.com Stephanie

    I can’t wait to get my hands on Purdi’s design!!