PXL Clothing AW11 T-shirts

UK brand PXL deliver the first part of their latest collection in a substantial run of T-shirts, with each graphic referencing technology and the digital age in a different format.

The collection includes a few re-workings of past designs, on top of a bunch of new digital graphics and illustrations, my personal pick being the front and back print ‘Bone Yard’ shirt, available in both grey and black, though I enjoyed the ‘piracy’ reference too. Presentation is isn’t forgotton either, with each shirt featuring custom woven labels and swing tags.

With sweatshirts and headwear to follow shortly, this looks to be the brand’s most comprehensive collection yet. It’s available now from PXL Clothing.

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

  • Mags

    I cant see anything, or any of the designs kmt. Close ups are nice to show attention to detail, but wdf am I looking at. I also love the way these british brands show off their of the labels, and hangtags like its something new. Thats standard procedure.. =/

  • Kritic

    Boring.Nothing has any relevance..just random designs that are not aesthetically pleasing.

  • Imran

    Keep up the good work PXL, been following these guys since 2010, always drop something fresh