Supreme Summer 2014 graphic T-Shirts

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Supreme present a tight collection of ’90s inspired graphic tees for Summer 2014.

An extra 5 graphic tees from Supreme to top up your Summer wardrobe, each featuring heavily ’90s inspired designs. The most obvious retro inspirations are found in the 2 graffiti graphics by Shirt King Phade, which to be fair could quite happily be said to be inspired by ’80s Hip-Hop culture and the DIY/customisation fashion movement of the era that leaked into the ’90s. Aside from the graffiti options, the Menace II Society t-shirt has to be one of our favourites of late, focusing on typography and featuring no visible branding.

All 4 t-shirts come in a selection of colours and will be available on Thursday 12th June from Supreme London and online.

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Alex Synamatix

One of three co-founders at THE DAILY STREET, Alex is our Editor-in-Chief, overseeing all TDS activity. Outside of TDS, Alex is a respected creative in his own right, from art directing club nights (comm•une) to consulting for some of the largest global brands.

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Comments

  • PriamofWilusa

    One of the weakest lines of tees I think I have ever seen….

  • deathmachine

    not even worth posting. in fact why would you post this there needs to be some quality control. Oh yeah and the mini video is a terrible piece of contrived advertising, I hope they paid you well.

  • http://www.thedailystreet.co.uk Alex Synamatix

    1) I like these t-shirts, regardless of your opinion. That’s all the quality control I need.

    2) Yes MINI supported our video, as clearly stated, giving us the opportunity to have a great weekend essentially messing around, enjoying ourselves and putting a spotlight on local independent businesses that deserve the attention, putting them in front of a larger audience.

    3) If you don’t like this or other content, please feel free not to look at it rather than wasting your time reading / watching content you don’t like. It’s that simple.

  • PriamofWilusa

    I can’t speak for everyone but I loved the video it made me want to jump into my car and drive to Cardiff to skate those dope ass parks! Well filmed and edited to a sick soundtrack and just like your Road Trips “Stores of the North” which was also great! Keep up the good work fellas there are most of us that luv ya!!!