The keyboard shirt

Being reserved types, we don’t go a bundle on ‘wacky’ shirts here at CR but the latest design from Gijs Sierman’s Someshirt label caught our eye with its pattern derived from a computer keyboard

Being reserved types, we don’t go a bundle on ‘wacky’ shirts here at CR but the latest design from Gijs Sierman’s Someshirt label caught our eye with its pattern derived from a computer keyboard

 

 

Sierman is a Dutch graphic designer. Under the Someshirt brand, he releases digitally printed limited edition shirts (just 60 in each design) based on popular graphics. Previous designs have featured Paris Metro tickets

 

Supermarket deli counter queue tickets

 

And the spines of Pelican paperbacks

 

The TypeTools keyboard shirt is available to buy here, priced €185

 

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