Mix-tape Monday: Terratag

Posted on 23 July 2012
By Terratag
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With more than 10 years art and design experience, Terratag continue to experiment, exploring the cutting edge of contemporary global culture.

The futurist fashion designers scored big with a re-design of the iconic Ministry of Sound portcullis logo for a range of tee-shirts and sweatshirts.

The current collection is Terratag’s iconic exploration of visual pop language at its best. The brand is neither mainstream nor commercial, but an exciting, innovative mind, working towards a creative vision.

Since 2002 Terratag’s oversized graphic style cannot be ignored on the streets of the UK. Unmissable graphics that take no prisoners, colour is their trademark. In the Apocolympics 2012 collection, Super Heroes and Mad Villains clash with Gundam robots and Terrakats.

Not for the feint-hearted Terratag’s tees are the choice of DJs and recording artists that want to be noticed, with a style that fuses Manga, Pop, and Street Art, Terratag has been picked up by Kanye West, Calvin Harris, Lupe Fiasco, Bashy, Tinchy, Fake Blood, N-Dubz, Master Shortee and many more.

Terratag’s John Boak and Paul Nicholson’s Mix-tape Monday:

Jimi Hendrix Remixes
Public Enemy – Remix Album 2000
Rihanna – BBC sessions
ModeSelektor – Monkeytown
Caribou – Paul’s Birthday CDS (26 February 2001), Hendrix with Ko (14 July 2003)
Planningtorock – W