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Fine Shirt Collection by 11:11 Apparel, a Brand from the USA.

1/26/2012
16:06

coolshit !

walkinparadox
1/27/2012
00:10

Bullshit for hipsters… :S

Radii
1/27/2012
09:37

not rly hipster designs in my eyes

simon
1/27/2012
11:14

inked girrrls <3

inse
1/28/2012
02:26

good designs that look great as t-shirts

nice really.

Bryan Matias
2/1/2012
06:33

I like the brunette’s tattoo tho.

Mark G
2/3/2012
00:19

Cool designs. Though the hand design is very similar to a Jon Contino design! Almost too similar.

Ant
2/24/2012
14:35

Cool sites…

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Seru Mohinder
3/5/2013
17:02

Anyone else irked by the blatant rip off of the Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close book cover (http://tinyurl.com/ahtvlk7)?

Seems like they stole a bunch of those designs.

Irene
3/5/2013
17:12

Corrected link from above: http://tinyurl.com/ahtvlk7

Irene
3/5/2013
19:58

This is like a style cluster fuck from 5 different classifications of hipsters. On top of that, blatant plagiarism. So, I guess it’s conceptual? Hipsters rip one another off in their attempt to be “unique”. So….ironic…LAWLS!

Nick
3/5/2013
20:00

These shirts were cool back before they were cool, or what ever hipsters say.

Z
3/5/2013
21:30

it’s barely accurate to call design “plagiarism”, especially the comparison being made between the content and that book cover. the only similarity is that there’s a hand with writing on it, this isn’t unique to any artist. plagiarism would also imply that there’s a deficit of skill or content that’s being made up for in the theft, but this doesn’t appear to be so either.

what I do notice is the trend towards appropriating sea-sailor iconography and tattoo designs as the new ‘original’, ‘authentic’ vision of independent youth. which is funny considering that anyone who would be attracted to that kind of identity is likely not a sailor or a worker of that sort.

tyler
3/5/2013
21:56

So now people without skill are the only ones who plagiarize? Style isn’t owned by any one person, you’re right. Even Contino borrows from old school tattoo designs or early Ed Hardy. But you can not deny the fact that the design is a little too close for comfort.

Nick
3/6/2013
18:03

Nothing out of the ordinary for the indie t-shirt market right now, but some great spots of design nevertheless.

Jared Thompson
4/9/2013
17:49

nice shirts

ikdesigns
6/30/2013
14:47

Superb website…

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vente caftan
9/25/2013
09:51

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