Dat'$ All Folks was THTC's first ever t-shirt from the now legendary artist Mau Mau, creator of such sought after prints as 'Get Rich...', 'Evil Mac', 'The Reapest', 'Plenty More Fish...', 'Chant Down Babylon', 'Noah's Shuttle' and many more.
The 'Gas-mask Mickey' represents all that is bad about a company that looks to profiteer from the desires of children. Walt Disney was a renowned anti-trade unionist, and had not-very-nice things to say about people that 'weren't from where he was.' Unlike recent Disney hits, we refuse to 'Let it go.' And so, 11 years after we introduced the design to the world of Hip Hop fashion, we've bought it back for the next generation.
NB: Current sizes for this design are based on boys' size charts, due to the cut of the colour fabric, but these designs are essentially unisex
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Returning for 2018 - Kev Munday's 'Unity'. A piece from one of the country’s brightest artists brings us a playful vision of a society to aspire to, combined with one of the most powerful quotes from the great Martin Luther King Jnr - “Unity has never meant uniformity”.
In an age where hateful windbags like Trump are allowed to spew their bile, we all need to remind ourselves that ‘many make us whole.’
Photo: Radski Studio.View full product details
THTC's most notorious design collab with Mau Mau - now available for kids!
‘Get Rich’ is a playful tongue in cheek rewording of 50 cent’s infamously titled album and film, ‘Get Rich Or Die Trying’. The character, portrayed as Tiny Tim from Charles Dickens' ‘The Christmas Carol’, is seen painting the statement ‘Get Rich Or Try Sharing’ on a wall. The message is one of compassion and a change of heart - the central motif of Dickens’ story.
NB: Sizes for this design are based on boys' size charts, due to the cut of the colour fabric. All THTC print designs are unisex - for girls, boys and everything in between.
Design by Mau Mau.View full product details