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.
This sports-themed collection includes classic images of Snoopy and the Peanuts gang from the original comic strip, as well as new UT-exclusive designs. The collection has a charming, vintage feel and showcases the characters playing sports and demonstrating the importance of good sportsmanship.
It’s from that scene in that movie! An UT collection featuring logos of shops and companies that appear in PIXAR movies.
PIXAR Animation has produced many masterpieces. Many fans will remember the products and companies that played important roles in supporting the fascinating stories! In this collection, the logo designs appear on the T-shirts.
Discover a unique collection featuring Japanese colour woodblock prints from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. These historical designs were crafted by ukiyo-e artists who flourished during the late Edo period in Japan. From the 1860s onwards, these prints gained popularity among European artists and art collectors, giving rise to their continued influence on Western visual culture.
Hokusai's designs for woodblock prints create spectacular visual effects with just a few well-chosen colours. Colour variations in different editions of the same design may have been chosen by Hokusai himself; or by the printer who applied the colour to the blocks for printing; or by the publisher who supervised the whole process and sold the finished prints. Printmaking was truly a collaborative art.
Explore the wonder and thrills of Jurassic World in an all collection, featuring prints designed in collaboration with artist Hajime Sorayama. This collection includes Sorayama's new work inspired by the Jurassic World franchise alongside his archival artworks.
"Discover a new graphic print T-shirt collection celebrating Tokyo, featuring designs from four up-and-coming Japanese artists. A collaboration between UT and four Japanese artists active in Japan and overseas, centred on the keyword “TOKYO.” This collection expresses the individual sensibilities of artists Meguru Yamaguchi, Kosuke Kawamura, FACE Oka, and YOSHIROTTEN."
Introducing a collaboration between author Haruki Murakami and UT. These unique T-shirt designs feature motifs from his novels and radio programme. Haruki Murakami is a Japanese author with fans all over the world. He is known primarily for his novels, including "Norwegian Wood" and "1Q84". This UT collection showcases the world of his masterpiece novels and his love for music as expressed on "Murakami Radio".
A collaborative new collection celebrating five of the world's most iconic record stores, which include "Rough Trade" in the UK and the US, "Amoeba Music" in the US, "Rush Hour" in the Netherlands, and "TECHNIQUE" and "Face Records" in Japan.
As one of Japan's leading creative directors, Kashiwa Sato has gained international recognition for his innovative approaches to visual identity and brand strategy. The largest ever solo exhibition 'KASHIWA SATO' is being held at the National Art Centre in Tokyo to celebrate the broad spectrum of his 30-year career.
UT GRAND PRIX (UTGP) is a design competition that uses the T-shirt as a creative medium and invites everyone to freely express creativity. For the 15th UTGP, UNIQLO worked with MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York City and invited prominent artists, with work in MoMA's collection, to be contest judges: Lawrence Weiner, Paula Scher, and Sarah Morris. Participants designed T-shirts based on the theme "DRAW YOUR WORLD".
Jason was an exceptionally talented artist and a genuinely kind person. He had the rare gift of making the most everyday things beautiful and interesting. It was an extension of the way he lived his life. This collection honours some of Jason's favourite iconic drawings as well as shares new art from his Every Person In New York book. Share in Jason's incredible legacy with the Jason Polan UT Collection.
The Jason Polan UT Cushion will be available from March 29th.
The iconic artwork of the pre-eminent American visual artist of the 20th century, Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987) redesigned by Japanese artist Kosuke Kawamura, who is greatly influenced by the Pop art master. The creation of this unique collection was made possible because of UT.
Peter Saville is a legendary designer and art director for music and fashion. “I was inspired to discover that the world's most famous work of art, the ‘Mona Lisa,’ is known at the Louvre simply as Painting No.779 － this is my theme for the Art and Logic collection.”
Mickey Mouse has long been known for his iconic red shorts with two buttons, large yellow shoes, and white gloves. Then one day Mickey fell asleep and had a dream where his clothing came to life and began to move freely! This collection is inspired by a magical dream.
Legendary American artist Keith Haring traveled to Japan several times from 1983 to 1988. During his travels, he initiated several projects included solo exhibitions, public art projects and Pop Shop Tokyo. Haring also produced a number of unique works that combine his own style with Japanese culture and influences. This UT collection showcases the artist's memorable artworks created in Japan.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba aired in Japan in 2019, rapidly gaining tremendous popularity around the world for its bittersweet tale of humans and demons, eye-popping sword fights, and its occasional moments of hilarity. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train is due to be released in Japan on October 16th, 2020.
Join the ROY6 gang on their adventures in BAOBAO forest with this playful collection of printed T-shirts. Created by Chinese star Roy Wang in collaboration with LINE FRIENDS, these characters enjoy helping people with their special powers. If you suddenly feel happy or like someone is right beside you, ROY6 might have paid you a visit…
Artist Keith Haring (1958-1990) was inspired by the art of Walt Disney from an early age, learning to draw Disney's Mickey Mouse from a Disney 'how-to-draw' book he found at his grandmother's house. Well into his teenage years, Haring wanted to be a cartoonist, thinking he could work for Disney, though he ultimately went on to study fine art. Eventually, Haring's passion for both cartooning and the visual arts combined in what became his unique and widely recognised style. Mickey Mouse is a recurring figure in Haring's art. When asked why, he said Mickey is 'ultimately a symbol of America more than anything else.'
Contemporary American photographer Ryan McGinley is known for his casual snapshot style, which he presents through portraits of young expressive individuals. This exclusive UT collection features a range of T-shirts printed with some of Ryan's signature photos.