Our brands regularly collaborate with artists to create unique and inspired pieces. From connecting with well-known cartoons like TSPTR’s collection with Peanuts, to unique illustrations like Wood Wood’s collection with Jerkcurb or Norse Projects collection with Daniel Frost. These artist collaborations are something to keep your eye out for.
TSPTR X Peanuts
TSPTR’s bring their Americana designs to life by adoring Charles M Schultz’s 1960’s and 70’s cartoon Peanuts. It just wouldn’t be a Peanuts collection if it didn’t feature the iconic characters of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, they lead the way in varying designs and apparel pieces. Channel American counterculture and subcultures with these unique and fun designs from TSPTR.
Wood Wood X Jerkcurb
South London artist and musician, Jerkcurb, joins forces with Wood Wood. Jerkcurb, or Jacob Read, uses his art to express a longing for a time long forgotten, with quirky characters and a reimagining of the past. Using fluorescent colours and distinctive lines, Jerkcurb depicts scenes of a past that might not have happened. His collection with Wood Wood, titled ‘Unsolved Mysteries’, draws inspiration from an interesting selection of reference material, with regular visits to Horniman Museum to fuel this inspiration. With a love of storytelling using mysterious masks on many of his characters, Jerkcurb wants wearers to find this collection intriguing and beautiful.
Norse Projects X Daniel Frost
Norse Projects teams up with British illustrator, Daniel Frost to create graphic tees and a printed sweat. Frost’s illustrations draw inspiration from the idiosyncrasies of everyday life to create simplistic yet charming characters. This collection draws inspiration from living by the sea and looks forward to spending time outside during the warmer months.
Wood Wood X Casper Sejersen
Wood Wood uses Copenhagen photographer Casper Sejersen’s images to create unique short sleeved tees, perfect for when the weather warms up. Sejersen works in fashion, film, fine art, and commercial contexts to create unique pieces. With a focus on psychologically charged ‘characters’ Sejersen uses parts of the female body in this collection with Wood Wood.