Bake Designs 2011 Line & Website Launch

For some time, Bristol’s Bake Designs have been plotting the launch of a new website and today is the day it goes live. The new site dons a fresh and clean look and incorporates the online store, blog, gallery and mix series. To coincide with the launch we’re more than lucky to see the drop of Bake’s 2011 collection. A range of 3 new tees and some brand expansion to a crewneck sweater.

The ‘Big Old B’ design is a heads up to the ‘Big B’ from the last drop, this time the design boasts with an elaborate old English font, white lettering on a black tee.  The Bake typographic theme runs through on the ‘Military Reverse’ with a mirrored ‘B/D’, black and white tee. My favourite is the black on white ‘New Black’, a nod at one of my favourites from the last drop. Finally we see the debut ‘Shield Crew’ sweater which incorporates the classic Bake shield logo in black with a sweet neon green lick. The green pops out in an overly nice way on the black crew, a strong addition for sure.

To coincide with the launch, Bake also launch Vol.3 of their mixtape series – a banger compiled by Broken Funk, which you can find at the bottom of this post.

The line is available as of today from Bake Designs along with some reprints of some old favourites and will soon to be found in stockists including Donuts and Urban Industry.

Luke Pinot

Co-founder of music blog Bass Ache and an active part of Bristol's music scene, Luke manages our mixtape series as well as contributing to other areas of The Daily Street.

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  • Doc

    so dope so clean.

  • Sam

    Fair play chaps, I like this.

  • K

    Yeah I quite rate this brand. Sweatshirt and “B” tee are looking cleann

  • Dan

    First tee is a benny gold rip and the second looks like a 10 deep rip. Can’t fault people for trying at this game plus its easy to hate. still i wldnt buy it. oops.

  • J

    Nice progression!

  • NYsmile

    this is real LAME no imagination nd i get the simplicity but it has no meaning

  • Steph


  • The talk

    So they have put fonts on tee shirts

    Does anyone create stuff these days
    Or just put fonts in boxes and stuff on tees

  • NAD

    10 deep? benny gold? BLADCLAAAAAT!!!! This shit is fresh! Nice, very nice indeed.

  • Geoff

    The “B” tee is a little too close to a S/S 10 BxH tee (mainly because it looks like a standard font rather than ripping it off)…definitely a brand that’s showing a lot of promise but they need to up their game for the next drop

  • BUDA

    Stuff is good lads. Much emproved on some of the previous efforts. Simple effective.
    Best Small UK brand i see featured on here.