08.01.14 by Jeff

I made some T-shirts for Aritzia!

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Not too long ago I was approached by Aritzia to make some t-shirts for their new line, La Notte. I don’t know anything about women’s fashion but I thought it would be fun to work with one of Vancouver’s largest brands.

I designed a little collection of five t-shirts for them, and I called it “Dreaming About Living The Dream”. I’m not sure how many t-shirts were made in total, but if you want one they are now for sale over HERE.

This week I’ll be launching a project on our Instagram and giving away two complete sets of t-shirts, so stay tuned for that!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Emil Rivera

    nicely done, i am in love with the Total Slob one

    • thanks emil!! that seems to be most people’s favourite!

  • Sam Launius

    the yves saint laurent reference with the currency symbols is truly brilliant and so very clever!

  • haha so cool. Love the title.

  • Love these. Congrats on the collabo!

  • Zeke Wattles

    would an M/L tee be equivalent to a men’s medium? i would love to wear these shirts.

  • eawesterhuis

    Hey Jeff. Is it okay I put this image up on my site? I want to share the #friendlygangsigns contest. Thanks! edwardwesterhuis.com





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