Paris ’68 is the newest tee design from the Manchester based Origin68. The shirt is an homage to the uprising in Paris in 1968 that eventually led to significant social reforms. What I especially like about Paris ’68 and the rest of the Origin68 line is the fact that their designs are well thought out and have some kind of meaning to them. They also have a great eye for typography. Their previous release, Anonymous, was dominated by type. The type in Paris ’68 is a bit more subtle but you can still see how the typography of the year 1968 dominates the imagery. Paris ’68 is available now from Origin68 for Â£18.
Ever dream of being a page from the phone book? Well, now you can with this shirt from Origin68. Like the product page says, “it’s some great telephone book camoflage.” and I agree! And by the way, who actually uses phonebooks nowadays? Could this shirt be a tribute to another dying relic? Phonebooks are a waste of trees, anyhow. Go electronic and save leaves! Anonymous is printed on a lemon colored Continental shirt and is available for purchase from Origin68 for Â£15.00.Â