This week Nook & Cranny is being taken over by a collection of independent designers for its week-long T-Shirt Pop Up Shop. Filling the rails, hanging from the rafters and lining the walls of the shop’s brand new event space will be a display of t-shirts, sweatshirts, prints and tote bags from seven top indie brands.
The Bear Hug Co wish you a ‘Murray Christmas’ with their line of popular products. Walter White, Johnny Cash, Forrest Gump and Bill Murray are amongst the icons that have all been given a great big warm Bear Hug and transformed into illustrative apparel and print designs for your browsing pleasure.
Lost Shapes wish you ‘Another Nice Day’ with their collection of simple-but-effective graphic and typography designs. Available in both men and women’s sizes, these guys have got your present buying list covered. Limited edition No Guts No Glory designs are also on offer so catch ‘em while you can! Guts by name and guts by nature, this upcoming start up prove that perseverance is the key to independent success.
Monster Threads keep things sweet with a range of colourful t-shirts and hooded sweatshirts while Peter Carrington and Point both display their darker approaches to the world of illustration and garment printing. With such different approaches to design, there’s a little something for everyone on your nice list this year.
The T-Shirt Pop-Up Shop will be at Nook & Cranny (28 Bold Street, Liverpool) until Sunday 21st December. Opening times are 9am-6pm but you can take advantage of late night hours on Thursday and Saturday (’til 8pm) to get your hands on some pretty awesome Christmas clobber.