Graphic Material

Some of our favorite locally designed graphic t-shirts.

Lauren Bell - October 2017

Graphic Material

Some of our favorite locally designed graphic t-shirts.

Lauren Bell - October 2017

Graphic tees have been in style for what seems like forever. We’ve seen them evolve from displaying the name of your favorite store in the mall and having (sometimes) funny sayings, to a recent trend of throwback logos. But this year is all about design and artistic expression. That is why we gathered some of our favorite locally designed tees that prove a picture is worth a thousand words.

16 Sixteen Prince Ticket tee ($45) at Angel Park.

Django Northeast Division tee ($45) at Pipe Dreamz.

Old Flame Owl Tavern tee ($30) at Sixteen Tons.


The Sporting Life Bethlehem Steel tee ($30) at Sixteen Tons.

16 Sixteen Biggie tee ($45) at Angel Park.

Diamond Supply Co. Pacific Tour tee ($30) at For Rent Shoes.


Damsel in Distress tee ($25) at

Original Retro Brand The Who tee ($38) at South Moon Under.

Creative King Delta tee ($25) at Sixteen Tons.

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