TURNLEFT WORLD CUP T-SHIRTS

Turnleft World Cup T-shirts
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TURNLEFT WORLD CUP T-SHIRTS



07 Monday 07th June 2010
Yep, the World Cup is just around the corner. And so it begins: drunk crowds in the pub celebrating the victories of their team, flags in cars' windows, fans dressing up with tacky hats, shirts etc. So when you can't get away from it, why not give yourself a bit of style and celebrate this event with a touch of trendiness? Turnleft, a brand that usually focuses on free city guides, has decided to launch a limited edition of World Cup t-shirts. Three illustrators, regular contributors to Turnleft, came up with the designs.

Turnleft’s Nicolas Budeau says that the t-shirts are aimed not only at football fans but also at people with absolutely zero interest in the sport. Jean-Baptiste Biche designed ‘Thierry Henry & Yoann Gourcuff’ for France, which is inspired by France's obsession with national heroes. Brecht Vandenbroucke’s ‘Cesc Fabregas’ for Spain will appeal equally to football fans, architecture fans (there's something very architectural about the design), Brecht fans and, although not for much longer, Arsenal fans. Our favourite, however, has to be Christopher Wright’s WAGLAND concept: 

 

Every pattern is strictly limited to 100 shirts, so if you want to express your interest in football (or your lack of interest at the same time), go here and get yourself a brand new designer tee!

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