The latest drop from HOMAGE TEES celebrates a selection of alternative cultural icons (and David Hasselhoff).
Homage Tees are known for their over-the-top graphics that pay respect to unsung heroes in the style of old rap album covers and cheesy band merch. For the latest range, the ever-popular British t-shirt brand salutes an eclectic range of public figures from the worlds of sport, entertainment, fashion and even royalty. The beloved TV presenter Louis Theroux is a highlight here, looking charmingly awkward as usual alongside a classic old BBC logo from the ’90s. IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad gets a blue-and-yellow number that plays into the Swedish furniture company’s recent flirtation with fashion, and BAPE head honcho Nigo gets a hip-hop makeover complete with dollar signs and camo-covered car. Thierry Henry, Princess Diana, Madonna and even David Hasselhoff get the Homage treatment, and we’re glad to see Geoffrey from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air finally getting his time in the spotlight.
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