Artistic Graphic Tees: Unique Art and Creative Graphic Tees
Unique artistic graphic tees created by Kenal Louis.
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Artistic graphic tees to inspire imagination, creativity, and self-expression with style. T-shirts perfect as gift ideas for holidays and birthdays.
Custom T-shirts by Artist Kenal Louis. Own any of these creative and thoughtfully illustrated drawings or illustrations on t-shirts, hoodies and more. Shop any of the t-shirts you love on Teepublic.
Prices starting at $20.
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About The Most Beautiful, Amazing and Artistic T-shirts by Kenal
As an artist I often come across people who see my line art or digital illustrations and say I should be a tattoo artist, but I have no interest in that. I’ve also had some that suggest creating adult coloring books… that one is still in the air. However, a few years back I had some people mention putting my art on T-Shirts.
I didn’t realize that people would care to buy my art if they could wear it. In 2016 I watched this inspiring video interview of The Hundreds an apparel brand in Los Angeles. The video inspired me to start a t-shirts store to sell my art as creative t-shirts for those who love cool graphic tees.
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Graphic T-shirts and Trends
Although T-shirts were worn originally as undershirts, they’ve become something people wear to represent much more.
Whether you are supporting a cause like Breast Cancer Awareness, Heart Awareness Month, Pride Awareness Month, or the Melanin movement there’s a shirt for you. If you are looking for something more comical and funny there are plenty of shirts to choose from as well.One of the earliest records of a T-shirt is said to have been in the Wizard of Oz according to Tee Fetch.
Another very significant moment in the history of T-shirts is the July 1942 LIFE Magazine cover. The cover of the magazine was the first photograph of a person in a t-shirt. This picture was a male wearing an Air Corps Gunnery School T-shirt.
Over time T-shirts became a craze popularized by celebrities like big name actors and musicians. Everybody wanted to be like someone famous even back in the 60’s and in the 2000’s much of the same remains true.