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Origin London launches hand printed t-shirts

August 27, 2011 by Kay

Independent clothing company Origin London have launched new t-shirts with the London based collectives This Is My Costume and Puck, resulting in designs inspired by the capital.

This Is My Costume’s blog is a popular choice for youth culture in London and Puck has their own room at the Pick Me Up show in Somerset House.

Following the successful opening of the exhibition at Orange Dot gallery, Origin have released a look-book with young creative collective Second To None, as well as launching their online store. The online store currently consists of four t-shirts, with each collective creating two designs.

Each t-shirt was manually screen-printed in Hackney on organic cotton and each design is a limited run of 30. This Is My Costume t-shirts are packaged in police evidence bags while the Puck t-shirts are packed in sandwich bags that are sealed with Puck stickers.

Origin exhibition at Orange Dot Gallery, Photo credit: Matteo Scaglione

Photo credit: Jim Tobias

Photo credit: Matteo Scaglione

Photo credit: Jim Tobias