Drink coffee to inspire hoody designs

Coffee can be an almost religious experience for some. Its richness, depth, bitter bite and caffeine high are a daily treat that stimulates the body and mind. Ben Blake has taken coffee worship… Continue reading

An ace re-brand reminds us the hoody needs good copywriting too

We bang on a lot about brilliant typography, wonderful use of colour and spankingly good design, but sharp copywriting is just as vital when it comes to what we slap onto a hoody.… Continue reading

We ‘saw’ these and loved them

Any type of typography that is hand-painted completely floats our boat, but the brilliant colour work and busy designs on these painted saw-blades had us hoisting the main sail. This cracking work is… Continue reading

Please support your footy team with subtlety

Wearing the football kit of your favourite team is fine if you’re under 12-years-old, pulling a sicky or unemployed in Liverpool. But if you’re an adult donning the team strip, the chances are… Continue reading

Go see the master of poster design

From January 11 until January 29, the London College of Communication is paying tribute to the enormous contribution Tom Eckersley has made to graphic design and design education in Britain over six decades.… Continue reading

Drug fuelled inspiration for hoodies

We’ll pretty much draw inspiration from anywhere for intriguing and original hoody designs. So, when we stumbled upon Graham MacIndoe’s photography project, ‘All In – Buying Into The Drug Trade’, we had no… Continue reading

Independents at its best with Thunder Apparel

It seems that small, independent e-commerce clothing companies are now popping up quicker than your en-vogue microbrewery, which is rather fabulous for our eponymous hero, the hoody. Faraway from the blandly branded high… Continue reading

Chalkboard typography for the hoody

Hand drawn chalkboard typography is making a bit of a comeback and we’re rather hoping the hoody gets the old school treatment soon. Don’t know what it is about the dusty white doodles… Continue reading

On yer bike for gorgeous (hoody) motifs at the Kemistry Gallery

There is a gentlemanly fashion – pushed along by the geek style of Bradley Wiggins – and a feeling of loving craftsmanship that surrounds cycling at the moment. London-based Kemistry Gallery’s ‘Grand Boucle’… Continue reading