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Worn By Heroes T-Shirts Bring Us Spielberg Related Designs.

Steve Marshall over at Worn by Heroes got in touch to let us know about their Kickstarter campaign to bring high quality T-shirts with designs that give a nod to some of our favourite TV shows and movies.  In the mix are some great Spielberg related designs. What got our attention was these designs in particular:




The last one is easily our favourite and we're placing our ordernow.  Make sure you get yours in too by clicking on this link and supporting the campaign at the same time.

Here's what Worn by Heroes have to say about their t-shirts:

We love movies. We love TV shows. And we love showing off our intimate knowledge of a film or show with an awesome t-shirt which only our fellow hardcore fans will recognise. There's nothing like that moment of recognition on a strangers face as they clock the reference on your t-shirt.

We've got a huge collection of movie t-shirts from loads of different stores. Whilst the designs themselves can range from bad to awesome, we've found the actual product itself is always lacking in quality. The t-shirt is tough, scratchy and ill-fitting. The prints themselves are heavy slabs of plasticy inks that weight the shirt down and start to crack after a while.
We wanted to bring a product to the film and TV community that, as well as having a brilliant design, is also stylish, comfy and fits well; a product of the highest quality. We're using American Apparel t-shirts, which are soft, great fitting and sweatshop free. We're using water based inks meaning no more plastic on the front of your t-shirt - the fabric of the t-shirt itself is 'bleached' with the design. Once you try on one of these t-shirts, you won't want to wear anything else. We need YOUR help to make this happen.

The people behind Worn By Heroes are Steve Marshall, a Director Of Photography, and Mandy-Jane Jackson, an actress and singer. You can probably tell by our careers that we have a huge love of storytelling on the big and small screen.



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