Introducing: Guts And Glory

I haven’t had the opportunity to do one of these for a while, so it’s a great feeling to get right back to it. This time, it’s a fun new brand based out of Bristol, mixing illustrative talent and a few personal interests, one of which I’m sure many of you can relate to. Introducing Guts And Glory…

8 white T-shirts make up the brand’s debut collection, which is fairly ambitious for a first outing. The tees feature black illustrations, brightened up with a splash of red, a colour palette which is used across every t-shirt, allowing them to work well as a collection. Two of the pieces ‘Love Is In The Air’ and ‘Maximillion’ pay homage to the Air Max 1, the former turning a pair into a heart, which I’m sure will go down a storm with the Nike heads. Comparrisons can be drawn to the likes of Parra, who’s made a name for himself through his quirky illustrations, an I’m looking forward to seeing where the brand go from here.

Printed by Uno-One in Bristol, the tees are available now from the brand’s Online Store, and from local stockist Donuts. For regular updates, make sure to follow Guts And Glory on tumblr.

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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  • Benjamin

    Love the Diamond tee- true steeze.

  • RIQO


  • Josh

    Not a fan of this hand-drawn style, looks like a pre-pube came up with these

  • K

    The two AM1 tees are looking niceee

  • Grinsta

    £25.00 for a Gildan t shirt!! Haven’t even gone the distance with a re-label

  • The talk

    Not a fan of putting brands down but some designs should not go on tee shirts this is a classic example

  • hunter

    i agree with the talk but im really feeling some of these

  • JC

    Slight similar name no???

    Why can’t people think of anything original anymore?

  • H

    All of you people criticising, exactly how many of you have your own t-shirt designs that you draw yourselves and then sell?
    Yeah you have your own opinions, but if you don’t like them, don’t buy them. The guy that did these put a lot of effort in to doing this, so maybe you shouldn’t put his designs down.