AnyForty & T-World ‘Australian Invasion Series’

UK brand AnyForty have cooked up something a little different for their latest artist series of T-shirts, teaming up with Melbourne based T-shirt journal T-World to produce 10 new tees, each featuring graphics from a different Australian artist.

It’s great to see the brand diversify from their regular ‘versus’ series a little, while still staying true to their artist-lead sensibilities. The new series features artworks from a lot of artists I’m not particularly familiar with, which only adds to the intrigue, but there are a couple of names I’m sure plenty will recognise. Meggs’ dark, twisted face was the first to stand out to me, as well as the return of Purdi Petunia, who offers a photo print design – another new move from the brand. This series also see’s AnyForty experiment with front-and-back-print style designs, which we haven’t seen a lot of from them before, like those from Ben Bigeni and Deb, which are probably my two favourites.

I get the feeling that AnyForty have shaken their own formula up a little here, maybe even stepping a little out of their comfort zone, and it’s paid off, creating one of their strongest and most diverse ranges yet. Props go out to the brand for hooking up the international connection and doing it justice. Check out some shots from the lookbook below, and head to AnyForty to make a purchase.


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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  • Justin Rogers

    Killer looking range, can’t pic a favorite!

    Love the look of the lookbook, really nice photography! Definitely be making a purchase!

  • DroneBoy

    Any Forty reminds me of what Addict were doing in their hay-day, really nice collection of tees, love brands that just want to create really nice looking tees I think the art of this gets lost in trend sometimes. I really hope this collection propels them where they deserve to be.

  • rob

    yes love this, a step away from the pocket tees/college themed graphics. very strong and love the colours.


    Looks like anyforty are going global! impressive work. got three of their tees and will definitely be buying more from this range

  • M

    Great work here and the designs are so sick. Gonna look into copping a couple of these.