Hello T-Shirt Now Available


A Hello t-shirt was inevitable. The concept works on a shirt and I must say it turned out great. Working with Buddy Carr on this project has been a dream come true and it is great when the client just gets it. Buddy gets it.

The shirt is now available for $22 plus shipping and is also available as a package which includes the Hello Skateboard.

You can see more photos of the shirt and the sweet packaging it comes in on the site.

Here are the details:

Screen Printed on 100% Combed Ringspun Cotton
Super-soft, Lightweight, Slimfit
Machine Washable and Preshrunk to Minimize Shrinkage
Sizes: Small, Medium, Large and X-Large
Color: White

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20 Comments on "Hello T-Shirt Now Available"

  • Chris Carrington says

    There is something highly unoriginal going on here! Same with the skateboard.

    What BG, Black Text with Red bits, it’s all very boring and done. It’s safe, really bringing nothing to the table.

  • nice try but I cannot say I enjoy this mate. It’s very like something you’d expect to see from david carson or something.

  • J says

    i was thinking the opposite. nice work and lovely packaging.

  • No problem, we all have different tastes, but the comment about David Carson is pretty confusing. I don’t think you’ve ever seen Carson’s work because it’s not like this. It’s the total opposite actually.

  • HerroHeo says

    love the boards and the shirts. it confuses me when people say “safe”. if only people knew the process and construction that go into these “safe” designs… *sigh

  • HerroHeo, thanks for the kind words. The “safe” comments also confuse me as well. Just because the design looks simple and minimal doesn’t mean the process is the same.

  • jen says

    yes i agree. i think that david carson comment is silly. i personally love this shirt. and i absolutely hate when people think that minimal equals safe or simplistic or lack of effort. why can’t things look clean and straightforward? it doesn’t mean effort wasn’t put into it! ugh, i could go on and on…

    two questions. are the sizes just men’s sizes? i really want one but not if the small is still really large. also, do you know the brand of shirt it’s printed on?

  • Jen thanks. The shirts are made by Allstyle Apparel and the sizes are men’s but they run a little small. I usually wear a large and the large is kind of tight on me. Hope that helps.

  • James says

    Leonardo da Vinci said — “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”

    I’d have to agree.

    Nice work Mr. Carusone.

  • Dennis says

    Lovely shirt…but its a little similar to this design that has recently turned up on teepay.com. Any relation or is it a rip off?


    • Wow, haven’t seen that. Could be a rip. Thanks for the heads-up.

  • Hiro says

    Oh my god that is such a rip off.How do people get away with that?

    They’ve had no orders though. Poor implementation of a genius idea!

  • samatha says


    “Quand le moderne n’était pas un style mais une cause”

  • I know I’m being really cheap here … but can we win some of these??

    • I’m planning a giveaway soon. Stay tuned!

  • Rob says

    It’s almost a shame to take the t-shirt out of the packaging. The packaging is the best part of this. It’s got that lovingly hand-made, crafted feel about it.

  • Hayley says

    i would LOVE to win one of these!

  • Hayley says

    and this is much better then the one on teepay.com

  • same idea with this tees


  • Jo says

    I like em! nice font – can you tell me what it is?