Sublimation is one of the best processes for transferring complicated printing to notoriously difficult surfaces and materials, for example a t-shirt. What does all of this have to do with our new Wu Tang delivery though? Well look above at the all-over 36 Chambers album cover artwork printed on that tee and you’ll know how it got there. The positive side to sublimation is that there’s no weird creases or wearing away of a print because it’s impregnated into the fabric, not just printed on top.
If the above hoodie looks familiar we’d suggest having a look at the 36 Chambers album cover closely and you’ll recognise that this is in fact the same jumper as worn by the Clan for the cover shoot. That’s right, you’re just a white face mask for being “that dude dressed like the Wu Tang cover”, but in all seriousness this is pretty rad. We’re sure many of you have spent nights staring at that cover wondering if such a piece of clothing exists for those outside the inner-realms of the Wu Tang Clan and now you know it is! Well only until they all sell out that is…
So the box logo wasn’t really anything people in this industry considered a “thing” until Supreme done did it to death (via inspiration from the fantastic Barbara Kruger, look her up and get learned). Wu took the idea, inserted their type and coloured it up like a killer bee so you’re ready to swarm on anybody that says that it’s been done to death.
What do RZA and Method Man have in common? Aside from the obvious they’re also both gracing long sleeve tees this season. Rocking some old school lo-fi vibes through some iconic imagery they come equipped with some sleeve prints to up your instagram slefie pose game, get those sleeves out yo.
The story goes when Coco Chanel was presented with a myriad of choices for her signature fragrance she picked scent No.5 and thus was born one of the most iconic bottled smells ever. If she had picked No.36 things would have turned out differently, perhaps Ms Chanel would have been a bit more hood and we’d all be talking about a “little yellow dress” today; or maybe that was a completely nonsensical bit of writing to try and school everyone on the provenance of this particular tee’s print.
There’s nothing worse than leaving the house without your keys… Well maybe leaving the house without your keys and not having any pants on is worse but technically your keys are still being left in that situation. Anyway, regardless of those pantly problems keys are important and need to be looked after. What better way to do that than through the use of this utterly blinged out Wu keychain carabiner? Blind your mates at the same time as keeping your proverbial shit together. Sorted.
Stale air sucks, we’re all about that fresh air. When your car’s got that funk going on from a few too many McDonalds fries hiding under the seat and that time your mate’s dog jumped into the front seat you need yourself an air freshener. Now you don’t have to settle for that wack Coles brand pine needle scent (who the hell in Australia knows what that smells like anyway) or even worse that really feminine perfume bottle thing that clips onto the air vent. Wu’s range of decidedly more gangsta air fresheners will have your car smelling like a dope ass icecream shop in no time.
So you think that all those Weed socks make you some sort of sock connoisseur? Son you ain’t got shit on most people’s dad’s sock game so don’t even get us started. That being said you can step it up a notch (puns!) by getting your numbers into a set of some Flag socks, sporting some Wu in place of those pesky stars. Patriotism be damned we’re all about the Wu-triotism.