Don Dante Clothing is a new apparel line that launched recently. And to set themselves apart from the dozens of other apparel lines that have launched recently, they’ve got top artistic talent contributing designs to their line.
Take the two shirts pictured. The one on the left is called “Yo Station” and was designed by New York street artist, Cope 2. Besides creating art for apparel, he’s also lent his talents to TV, video games and even did a famous Newsweek Magazine cover.
The other shirt “True Playa” was created from the original artwork of Darren Brass, one of the most highly sought-after tattoo artists, and you may know him as one of the artists who has to deal with Miami tattoo shop owner, Ari, on TLC’s Miami Ink.
All Don Dante shirts are made in the US and feature double wide hems with a pretty cool hidden inside pocket on the side. You know, for stashing subway tokens, spare change, chicks’ phone numbers, and whatever else you can fit into a tiny pocket…
To let you experience these designer shirts for yourself, I’m giving away one of each of the shirts pictured. And all you need to do to be the most stylish guy on the block, is enter your email addy here. And on Monday, March 22, I’ll pick the two winners. Who gets which shirt is up to me and completely random. Or I could put them in a ring and let you guys fight it out. Whichever works.
To see the other Don Dante shirts these guys have contributed artwork for, click here.