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Peanut Butter Fingers Clothing

Ever since I won the Professor Green x PUMA competition in 2013, I have been inspired to design and produce my own line of illustrated t-shirts. I have always loved the idea of walking down the street and seeing a complete stranger wearing my designs.

This is one of the first illustrations for the line, inspired by the Carebear my Great Nan made for me when I was born. To keep it in the family, the Carebear’s tattoos are all linked to people I love.

I designed the ‘Doggy Style’ tee after being inspired by a photo of the Courchevel Frenchie by Julien Marinetti. The bronze French Bulldog sits at the top of the mountain watching over the piste and is painted in Marinetti’s pop art/graffiti style.

‘Indie Cindie’ – aptly named after a lyric from the Hadouken song ‘That Boy That Girl’ – stemmed from the work I did for the Tunbridge Wells Forum. I started to create her for the poster but ending up going down a different route. She was too good to waste!

I will never forget the simplicity of the Nokia 3310 – the hours we all spent playing snake, arguing with predictive text and only charging the phone once a week. I created this design around the same time as its 15-year anniversary in September 2015.

All of the tees were screen printed or digitally printed in the UK. They all feature fully woven neck and trim tags. I felt that this gave them a more premium look and feel.

PBF has had orders from across the UK, Europe, America, Canada and recently Australia. I created a fully responsive website so that users could access the site from anywhere, on any device at any time.

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