fashion: afropunk fest 2015 is around the corner…still searching for something to wear? check out these t-shirts!

August 4, 2015

T-shirts should always make a statement- check out these creative minds who are producing some great shirts to wear for AFROPUNK Fest, a day out, or a lifetime! Ranging from bold statements, vibrant visuals and colors, check out their work and support!

By Aliyah Blackmore, AFROPUNK Contributor



This North Philly based screen printing company works to “encourage a culture of activism and inclusion.”  I got the “Assata Is Welcome Here” Tee a Few Months – they have some dope work, whether a tee, tote or sweatshirt.  Check them out here: 



Instagram:  @philaprint .

Super Hip Hop Tees

A Booster Campaign that was started by artist Shawn Alleyne works to elevate his creations of “comic book art to pop culture fashion and bring of [his] loves of fashion hip-hop, comics and Nubian culture together into one harmonic blend.”  The Booster Campaign has reached it’s goal, but be on the look out for more fashion related work! Check him out here:  





Created and founded by AFROPUNK Fest performer Young Paris, Melanin “encourages people of color to love and share the beauty of our skin.”  Check out Melanin here:



Instagram: @melaninmonday



PHEEBI is a funky, “eccentric” and fun brand by 19 year old Hope Ata who recently begin designing her own line of items to share with the world. I am loving this “Bye Felicia Tee” –  the afro, hoops, and unbothered attitude are giving me life. Check out Hope’s work here:



Instagram: @pheebiofficial

Facebook: Pheebi



Heavily influenced by anime, Terrill, an artist from Pittsburgh, has been running the brand HAERBRAINSCHEMES for 3 years.  Check out his work and shirts here:



Instagram: @haerypotter


Stay fly and continue to get excited for AFROPUNK Fest 2015!!!


Peace, Light, and Love.

* Connect with Aliyah Blackmore via or her IG, @aliyahblkmre