UT PRINTED T-SHIRTS
Our UT collection celebrates patterns and prints within pop culture, featuring a range of characters, brands and artists for a fun alternative to simple tee.
Born in Japan and loved throughout the world, "okashi" (sweets / snacks) brings happiness to everyone. A collaboration project with designs of the tasty and pretty okashis.
An icon of New York in the 1980s, Jean-Michel Basquiat became renowned during his short career for works inspired by his early street art and a distinctive iconography often connected to art history. His paintings, drawings, and prints drew on a diverse range of sources, from African, Aztec, and Greek cultures to Americana in the form of jazz, baseball, and social and political events.
A key figure in New York's East Village scene in the late 1970s and 80s, American artist Keith Haring's artwork populated not only art galleries, but also the cities subways, streets, and sidewalks. An icon of counterculture and contemporary social commentary, he took inspiration from graffiti, pop art and the underground culture of the world around him.
As the preeminent American artist of the 20th Century, Andy Warhol challenged the world to see art differently.
A key figure in the development of conceptual art in the 1960s, Sol LeWitt set out “to recreate art, to start from square one.” To LeWitt, this meant prioritising an idea over its execution. He explored systems for testing these ideas by manipulating geometric forms and linear patterns to create ephemeral sculptures and structures.
Charles and Ray Eames rank among the most influential and important designers of the 20th Century. Perhaps best known for their furniture, the Eameses created landmark contributions in architecture (The Eames House), films (Powers of Ten), exhibitions, toys, graphics and much more - expressions of their rigorous and generous design philosophy. Founded in 1941 with Charles and Ray’s earliest experiments, today’s Eames Office stands for authenticity and is dedicated to communicating, preserving and extending the Eames work.
Paying homage to internationally renowned artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker Katsushika Hokusai, this collection reimagines a timeless sense of Japanese beauty in modern form.
Charlie Brown and Snoopy have returned to UNIQLO. Peanuts, the internationally-loved American comic strip created by Charles Schulz, has been translated into 21 languages in more than 2,200 newspapers in 75 countries. Now discover all the charm and learned wit of the world's favourite comic strip characters in this brand new graphic print collection.
The Hello Kitty 45th Anniversary Collection includes the four-cell manga style that’s sure to bring back the warm memories you have with Hello Kitty.
This new collection celebrates the 90th Annixversary of Mickey Mouse's 1928 big screen debut!
A colourful cast of monsters and muppets invites you to see the world through a new pair of eyes. Celebrated contemporary artist KAWS has redrawn Sesame Street's iconic characters in his own signature style. Shop this unique collection of T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies and toys. You're never too old for the street.