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Name Your Layers Tee by Teresa Wozniak


Photoshop Etiquette Tee

This is one of the most important messages a designer can adhere to.
Anyone can design sloppy files that look good. The real measure of a designer is to build files that other designers can carry on with. Clean, well labelled layers is a big part of that.
Teresa Wozniak knows what time it is. Do you? If so, wear it for all to see.


Boing Boing Ship Tee by Kevin Dart

Kevin Dart is a stylish genius. I think that’s pretty obvious from his work on Yuki7 and the Gadget Girls alone. This vector illustrator has a comfortable approach that is retro and modern all at the same time. Not an easy task, I assure you. This cat is “special“.
This time, he has designed a beautiful T-shirt for the internet juggernaut Boing Boing. It fires a torpedo straight into our hearts here at Vectorvault. Well done.

Vector artist Kevin Dart for Boing Boing

As you already know, we are huge fans of Kevin Dart. Who is Kevin you ask? Take a look at some of his video collaborations:

Yuki7 and the Gadget Girls

Looks That Kill – HD from Yuki 7 on Vimeo.

“A Year of Sun With Mr Persol” by Kevin Dart and Stéphane Coëdel

Kevin Dart

Source: Notcot


vector illustration – Chewbacca is a jerk

Even in outer space, this is NOT cool. Chewbacca has crossed the line and deserves his privates frozen in carbonite. Shameful. Just shameful.


Castle Mama Tee by Matt Lyon


Matt Lyon of C86 has created this delightful t-shirt available on threadless. It’s one of many stylish examples from this talented English designer. Check it out:


Fashion Faux pas tee

Here’s a great t-shirt created by designer Andy Gonsalves. He’s got a great sense of humor and incredible character design skills. Each of his shirts tell a story in one frame. The sign of a t-shirt master. Don’t just stand there. Go get it!

Here are a few more of his fantastic shits:

New T-shirt Designs from Sock Monkee

Chris Sandlin of Sock Monkee is a very active member of the Vectorvault Flickr community. He has a line of products that seem to attract quite a bit of attention these days. Perhaps it’s his graffiti style characters or maybe the humor that he injects into each stylish piece. Whatever it is, he seems to have found a formula that works.

Get to know this artist. Buy his shirts and support future work.