Check out our top picks from this week's new releases:
Geninne is an artist, illustrator, and graphic designer, living high above a mountain forest at 9842 feet above sea level close to Mexico City with her husband Manolo, their two very creative boys & a cute border collie puppy named Turbo. Her art is a colorful and cheerful mix of birds and flowers. For this collaboration we picked designs to match the seasons and a playful mood!
We are releasing a world first collaboration of tshirts with the cute and colorful mushroom girl illustrations of Emi Tamaki.
graniph HK fans, With much reluctance, our Causeway Bay Shop and Tsim Sha Tsui Shop in Hong Kong will cease business in mid August 2014 and early September 2014 respectively.
Rinne and All Living Things Rinne is a link between this world and the hereafter. Born in the Hereafter, Rinne's best friend is the black cat Shaka.
Located within the Fuji Hakone Izu National Park, the Hakone Open-Air Museum opened in 1969 as the first open-air art museum in Japan.
graniph is collaborating with Where's Wally? a book first published in 1987 by english artist Martin Handford.
A collaboration with Irish graphic designer Duane Dalton for a series of simple geometric design in solid blocks of color. Modernist and reductionist while still being colorful and easy on the eye.
You can now receive your purchases sooner by visiting the Australian online store where you will also be able to purchase licensed products such as Where's Wally, Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar and many more.
graniph award is a global t-shirt design competition. 2014 sees graniph continue its search for worldwide design talent- from the legendary to the undiscovered and underappreciated.
Born in Bristol, UK, Stephen Gill became interested in photography in his early childhood, thanks to his father and interest in insects and initial obsession with collecting bits of pond life to inspect under his microscope. Gill has gained special recognition for his numerous original and beautiful self published photo books. We have chosen five photographs from his beautiful book COEXISTENCE.
Mateja Kovac was born in 1983. lives and works in Samobor, Croatia, as a freelance illustrator. Graduated at the Art Academy in Zagreb, 2006. Since then her art has taken her from restoration, classical painting, interior design and finally today, to the place she can call her home…illustration. The main motivation in her illustrations is the possibility of transferring the simple emotions, like making somebody happy, or just living up the routine trough everyday motives.
Shinya Harada and Todoriki Rock are a married couple and illustrators known as the unit Harapekomegane. "Whether if it's real or fantasy, it’s simple and yet profound." Our collaboration items are tshirts and dresses, images featured in the Harapekomegane picture books. Have fun wearing what you eat!