New Size? Burgerman Collection

Illustrator Jon Burgerman has just created a range of products for hip sneaker and clothing store Size?
His designs can be found on T-shirts, sweatshirts, reversible hoodies, belts and on a rather fetching umbrella…

The full Burgerman look
The Burgerman look

Illustrator Jon Burgerman has just created a range of products for hip sneaker and clothing store Size?
His designs can be found on T-shirts, sweatshirts, reversible hoodies, belts and on a rather fetching umbrella. “The collaboration came about after I doodled a column in their Nottingham Store late last year,” Burgerman tells CR. “I think this is further evidence to the fact that Doodles are the new paisley,” he adds.

Size? pillar doodling
Mr Burgerman, in mid-doodle in Nottingham’s Size? store

Size? pillar doodle
The finished column that led to the exclusive Size? clothing range

Here are all the pieces, modelled by Tom Godfery and shot by Nathan Beddows.

Burgerman T-shirt
The T-shirt

Burgerman sweatshirt
The sweatshirt…

Hoody
The hoody…

Hoody - reversed
The hoody, reversed. Banana is model’s own

There are only 300 of each piece so Burgerman fans should hurry to their nearest Size? store (in Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, London, Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, Liverpool, Cardiff and Brighton) or check the Size? website.

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