Dutch summers are unpredictable and quite rainy from time to time. The Dutch love to complain about that fact. That’s why MUDSHIRT started silk- screen printing a T-shirt collection with local mud (which will survive the washing machine).
A T-SHIRT SILKSCREEN PRINTED WITH LOCAL MUD
The designs on the shirts are in collaboration with talented Dutch illustrators. That’s why MUDSHIRT is your typical Dutch souvenir. The shirts are silkscreen printed on demand and at the location with a mobile silkscreen shop inside of a cargo bike.
Maaike Canne, Seb Agresti, Ferdy Remijn, Roel van Eekelen, Saman Dezai, Nas Bami, Joren Joshua, Nina Fernande, Xaviera Altena, Sophia den Breems, Sandy van Helden en Studio Iedman
Dutch Design Week, Metropolis Festival, Duizel in het Park, Wildeburg, Georgie’s (Ruigoord), Rotterdamse Daken Dagen, Open Source Festival (Düsseldorf), Into the Woods, Blijdorp Festival, Roofgarden Arnhem and others