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As part of the 40th anniversary collection of era tees, the Junos wanted to take a look back through Canada at some of genres we all know and Lov… Read More
As part of the 40th anniversary collection of era tees, the Junos wanted to take a look back through Canada at some of genres we all know and Love. Read Less
Published:
 The 2011 Junos Concert Tees
Developed at Me to We Style:
A Juno through Time, 1980's and 2000's

As part of the 40th anniversary collection of era tees, the Junos wanted to take a look back through Canada at some of genres we all know and Love.

Junos 1980's era tee - "Eighties BOOM"
The Eighties were electric, bold and NEON!!! As the early stages of Hip hop were gaining momentum so too did it's fashion, and attitude.

Junos 2000's era tee - "Got Money To Burn"
Aiming to take a snapshot of the past decade I drew from the attitude of hipsters, used equalizer sound shapes as a cue to the digital age we live in and the high tops were the icing on the cake. Stylish kicks never go out of style.

Junos 1990's era tee - "D to the J"
The Nineties proved to be a wonderful collaboration with my studio partner Matthew Ward. We strove to capture the edgy almost grungy street feel present in dance, jungle, D&B and even hip hop as well.

As part of the 40th anniversary collection of era tees, the Junos wanted to take a look back through Canada at some of genres we all know and Love.

The Eighties were electric, bold and NEON!!! As the early stages of Hip hop were gaining momentum so too did it's fashion, and attitude.
As part of the 40th anniversary collection of era tees, the Junos wanted to take a look back through Canada at some of genres we all know and Love.

Aiming to take a snapshot of the past decade I drew from the attitude of hipsters, used equalizer sound shapes as a cue to the digital age we live in and the high tops were the icing on the cake. Stylish kicks never go out of style.
Co-Designed With Matthew Ward at Me To We Style

"The era of rock grunge and hip-hop street style, this design was made with a heavy influence on street culture, featuring the tools of the trade set against a brick wall, loosely based on a graffiti style exaggeration."

Concept development for the 1980 and 2000's tshirts