For everyone who has ever had the desire to own a piece of modern art, the limited edition print has provided an affordable route to acquisition. Signed and numbered by the artist, it gives us all the opportunity to own a little piece of history and allows us to express that we’re part of something unique.
But T-shirts? Well, there lies another story. The epitome of self expression since Marlon Brando wore one in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ in the 1950s, that plain, white tee, hijacked and printed on, has led revolutions, created legends and defined generations.
At Fatkyds we are proud to fuse these two forms of expression together.
Every year we commission a new artist to create a series of one-off designs that are printed in strictly limited runs of just 250. Produced in London, every T-shirt is individually numbered, with the first 25 forming the exclusive Black Editions.
We never re-print and we never will.
A flexible Art-House approach allows us to work in partnership with Bow Arts, awarding the yearly Fatidical Prize to an up and coming artist so that each series can constantly evolve. Whether you’re an up and coming creative or want to be involved with Fatkyds in the future, we’d love to hear from you.