Angela Federico's T-shirts take famous faces from music and recreates them without their faces.
Not just for your home, you can wear Cath Kidston on your back and without much of an outlay with these Uniqlo x Cath Kidston charity project floral printed t-shirts.
Now available as a third collection, (although some of collection one and two are available), the t-shirts are a mix of round and v-beck designs, all with trademark Kidston patterns, finished off with a 'bleached antique look'.
Proceeds go to charities in both Japan and Africa, with the t-shirts available for £12.99 each or as a two for £19.99 deal. Ideal for the sunny weather.
Modern-day fashion retailer Uniqlo has teamed up with an iconic, old school jazz label, producing the Uniqlo x Blue Note Records t-shirt range.
Uniqlo has teamed up with Blue Note for a range of shirts based on its classic album sleeves or the fonts used on the sleeves.Dexter Gordon's Go and Joe Henderson's In 'N Out are above, but check out the uniqlo site for the full 21 t-shirts in the range, most of which are available in various colours and all of which are made of 100 per cent cotton.
When the weather turns hot, stay looking cool for a fairly modest outlay. Each one retails for just £12.99.
While its now fairly common to be able to get prints of classic book covers to hang on your walls, Out of Print clothing offer you the chance to wear your favourite design on a t-shirt instead.
Their cotton t-shirts cover a selection of iconic twentieth century books such as On the Road, Lord of the Flies, The Naked Lunch as well as Slaughterhouse-Five and Fitzgerald's Tales of the Jazz Age which are shown here. There's probably a design to please most literary or aesthetic tastes.
Each t-shirt costs $28 and for every one sold, an actual book is donated through the charity Books for Africa.
See the range online