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Magpie Studio— TShirts

Magpie T Shirts

Jamie at Magpie Studio got in touch to let us know that they have just taken delivery of their TShirts. Hot off the press, printed by K2 Screen, in Helvetica 25 (red) and Baskerville Roman (black), going for the bargain price of £20 plus P+P. Better get in there quick though, they’re limited editions of 50…

They’ve also just updated their pdf, which is well worth a gander ;)

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    24th Nov 2008
    12:14 pm
  1. all the rage these days, these skinny Helvetica T shirts.

  2. Andrew Sutton
    24th Nov 2008
    12:19 pm
  3. Which came first?

  4. Sanda
    24th Nov 2008
    12:57 pm
  5. Love Magpie!!

    Check out t-shirt project by

  6. GilGil
    24th Nov 2008
    3:59 pm
  7. A great PDF of work. Some of their logo’s so witty and intelligent—cliff hanger is genius!

  8. andy
    24th Nov 2008
    4:03 pm
  9. there work may be intelligent, but thos t\’s are a joke. just like mr eatocks.. limmited edition? untill someone els is witty enough to put a t on a t shirt..?

    rant over..

  10. SeanSean
    24th Nov 2008
    4:46 pm
  11. Loving ‘The Vegetable Bar’ job…

  12. karl
    24th Nov 2008
    4:49 pm
  13. The veg bar stuff is indeed very nice.

  14. GilGil
    24th Nov 2008
    4:54 pm
  15. Yeah I understand your gripe with this project Andy. The work in the PDF is very good though and shows off their potential.

  16. Ross
    24th Nov 2008
    5:21 pm
  17. Really nice work. Really nice people too. That’s ‘nice’ on two accounts – better than most companies.

  18. Chris
    24th Nov 2008
    5:34 pm
  19. really nice intelligent, witty design.
    don’t worry about the T-Shirts, the rest of the work is great!

  20. Carl
    24th Nov 2008
    8:04 pm
  21. I´m pretty sure that this one came first:

    Great shirt by the way!

  22. Matt
    24th Nov 2008
    10:21 pm
  23. This concept was worked on earlier this year by British designer Chris Clarke. He made a series of T-shirts from xs-XXL in varying weights and faces representative of the garment size relative to the letter form.

  24. nitzan
    22nd Jan 2009
    9:18 am
  25. was it only me who missed where do you actually buy the shirt?

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