During the early punk rock era of the late 1970s, Vivienne Westwood's Seditionaries store sold Band T-shirts, and although the originals from that time are no longer affordable, you can still find them at Uniqlo. It was completely different from the T-shirts printed on it, it was very rough, full of art, and super cool.
Most of them were probably printed by an art team called Fifth Column, and the T-shirts they make are absolutely wonderful, and we all admire them.
So even though we are a tote bag shop, we have always been selling T-shirts. To be honest, I've been doing this since the design office days before that.

What do you think of this print?
You're so horny, it's like you painted it on concrete. It's completely different from Uniqlo's T-shirts, and if it looked like this, it probably wouldn't sell and would be returned.
Is this moment hand-drawn? It's an atmosphere that cannot be created with mass-produced silk screen printing. I really like the street feel, the indie feel, or worse the amateur feel.
We think this is cool.
It's okay if it's a little faded, or maybe not a little bit. It's okay to be stuck out. It's okay to be horny. It can't be helped since people like that spend their time printing each piece.


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