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The Editors

Design Observer T-Shirt



Design Observer T-Shirt

In a tanking economy, what better way to spice up your wardrobe than with something, well, affordable? Like a T-shirt.

Never mind that it's made from 100% fine jersey cotton, is combed for softness and comfort and is available in a kids small through an adult large. Never mind that it's really comfortable, versatile and simple. And never mind that it sports that unmistakable asphalt grey, orange and white Design Observer typography that tells the world you care deeply about things other than the tanking economy: in fact, you care so much you didn't even notice that half of the type was upside down! Or maybe you did notice—you keen observer of the world, you.

Which, come to think of it, is why you're buying this T-shirt in the first place: et, tu, observer?

We want to thank our friend Andreu Osika of Artefacture for offering this T-shirt on our behalf — and be sure to check out his other shirts.


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