Tag Archives: colour

Own a colour and help save a child’s life

Indigo Clothing are proud to have brought and named our very own shade of purple in aid of Unicef’s Own a Colour campaign to raise money to help transform children’s lives. You can choose, buy and name your very own shade from 16.7 million colours!!! As someone who studies the solid coated pantone book just […]

Party Tees

As Justice have perfectly demonstrated in their video for DANCE, everyone needs at least one or two interchangeable party tees. There are few prerequisites for this genre of t-shirt, but for an unforgettable party entrance make colour, graphics and relativity your top priorities. Chunk Clothing could arguably be the specialists in party wear. Their New […]

Das Monky Business

Admittedly, I’ve not heard about many monasteries in Australia. I’ve never seen a monk on any Australian soaps. Monks down under are more into t-shirt design perhaps. That’s the impression you get from t-shirt designer specialists Das Monk, anyhow. Das Monk is a graphic clothing label, the creative collaboration of husband and wife team Marc […]

Tights: The Selection Box for Legs

Texture, colour and pattern. No, it’s not your new wallpaper, it’s this winter’s twist on a pair of tights. The days of simply wearing black/nude/woollen tights to keep your legs warm and toasty are gone. This season it’s all about the statement leg. Pattern is a great way to grab attention, and if you want […]

JJB Sports

UK sports retailing giant, JJB Sports, are having an “up to 90% off sale“. Indigo Clothing produced 20,000 t-shirts for their promotion, screen printed with a one-colour front and back print onto black Stedman Classic tees, back in November, ready for the January 2008 sales.

Indigo: A Blue to Dye For

This is a new exhibition at Brighton & Hove Museums (free admission) which documents the history of our favourite colour! Indigo: A Blue To Dye For, a survey of the world’s oldest and most distinctive dyestuff, is a major exhibition of art, craft, fashion, and design featuring historical and contemporary indigo-dyed artefacts from around the […]