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Dripping Heart black

Price: €29


For the first time, renowned artist James Cochran, aka Jimmy C, takes his characteristic art to a T-shirt. The clever positioning of the design and its vivid colors make this shirt a visual delight. Previously only available in white, we can now also offer this design in black.

About the designer:

Gaudi wall in progress. photo by Anna Montoro

James Cochran, aka Jimmy C, played a key role in the development of the underground graffiti movement in Australia during the early 1990′s, and after working on numerous mural commissions and community arts projects, went on to complete a Masters degree in Visual Arts at the University of South Australia with an interest in urban realist and figurative oil painting.

His two interests in graffiti and oil painting converged, led to the development of Cochran’s signature aerosol pointillist style; portraits or urban landscapes painted entirely from blobs of spray paint. This technique developed into what he called ‘drip paintings’ and ‘scribble paintings’, composed of layers of coloured drips or energetic lines to form vibrant and poetic cityscapes and portraits.

Cochran now lives in London and his canvases and walls can be viewed in cities across the world.


About our shirts:

This shirt costs slightly more than the white version because printing on black fabrics requires greater effort.

Our shirts are currently unisex models that look as good on women as they do on men. Nevertheless, we are already developing a Ladies collection.

All our shirts are Continental Clothing Earth Positive products. They fulfill the highest standards of every aspect of a T-shirt. Apart from their excellent quality, they are organic and ethically made; manufactured solely using energy generated from wind and solar power. Continental Clothing also tackles the social injustice experienced by many workers in the textile industry. For more information about our shirts, check The Shirts.

25% of all our earnings are donated to charity.