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MEN'S UT GRAPHIC PRINT COLLECTIONS

Welcome to UT: graphic print collections by UNIQLO. Discover an exciting range of men's printed T-shirts and graphic designs inspired by the brands, franchises, television shows, films and pop culture you already know and love. We believe that a graphic print can be so much more than just a graphic print. We believe that the right printed T-shirt can express exactly who you are and what you love. Find the designs that speak for you and wear your world with UT.

At UNIQLO, we’re constantly striving to further our sustainability initiatives, which is why we’re partnering with the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI*) to improve cotton farming globally.

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The Brands - Bicycle

COLNAGO and Bianchi are two major Italian bicycle brands that have received tremendous support from athletes and cycling enthusiasts. This UT collection features designs inspired by the masterpiece models of each brand.

Musée du Louvre x Peter Saville

The long-awaited second Louvre collection with art director Peter Saville is here. The masterpieces of Paris’ Louvre Museum have been newly interpreted under the theme of “Art and Logic” by the renowned art director Peter Saville. Saville discovered the world famous artworks were known at the Louvre simply by their accession numbers and used this as a starting point to create his theme.

Mamoru Hosoda

Film director Mamoru Hosoda, founder of Studio Chizu, is coming to UT. From his past masterpieces to his latest works, find designs celebrating his oeuvre.

Mickey Mouse Photo Days

This original, photo-themed collection of drawings captures the everyday lives of universally popular Disney characters.

Hokusai Fujiyama

In the early 1830s, Katsushika Hokusai revolutionised the world of Japanaese woodblock printmaking with a series of full-size colour landscape prints on one theme: Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. Bestsellers in their own time, these prints became famous around the world just a few decades later, and had a strong influence on European art in the late 19th century.