DIY vintage T-shirts

Trends go around in circles, old becomes new, new soon becomes old, and illustration, design and fashion are often at the mercy of the latest trend.

The world of T-shirt design has recently been swinging around to the old in terms of looks and execution. Manufacturers are printing on thinner, softer cotton so that the shirts look like old vintage T-shirts that have been washed a thousand times over the years. The designs that are being printed are not only traditional and retro in terms of design, but they are also given an aged and distressed look as part of the execution.

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