Sportswear giants Umbro have paired up with soccer journal OOF to create two distinctive shirts designed by two of the UK’s most enjoyable up to date artists.
Juno Calypso and Rhys Coren got a easy temporary – create two distinctive items of artwork as a part of the collaboration. The one distinction is they might be utilizing shirts as their canvas.
The outcomes are fairly sick, making them the proper buy if you wish to standout from the gang with five-a-side again up and operating.
Calypso has turn into some of the recognisable photographers working in the present day, with a repertoire consisting of collaborations with Burberry and Stella McCartney.
Famous for her eye-catching, pink images used to symbolise femininity, solitude and want, it will in all probability come as no shock that her effort accommodates a base of wavy pink stripes. The element throughout the entrance of the shirt exhibits the identify of an imaginary brothel, with the world famend Umbro badge across the edges of the sleeves.
The putting design is described as ‘confrontational, sinister and undeniably Juno Calypso’.
Coren’s effort is arguably much more eye-catching, with a mishmash of shapes and burst of colors serving to it to immediately seize your consideration.
Having turn into famend for his use of intense, daring colors, the shirt is an embodiment of Coren as an artist.
Every shirt comes with a signed, numbered certificates of authenticity with the hope that artwork can turn into accessible to everybody fairly than simply the elite.
If you happen to’ve seen sufficient to be determined to get your fingers on one in every of these shirts, the excellent news is that they’re out there from 8 April and will be bought through the official Umbro web site or OOF journal’s official web site for £55.
The unhealthy information is there are solely 300 of every shirt out there so you may want to maneuver quick if you wish to get your fingers on one in every of them.