The monumental Serbian brutalist statues of the sixties and the seventies on T-shirts, canvas bags and graphics. Meet Printa’s latest menswear collection!
Printa founder Zita Majoros was born on the territory of the former Yugoslavia, and pays tribute to her ancestry with her latest collection. The main motifs of the collection are inspired by two Yugoslavian monuments: the statues of Kosmaj and Kozara are portrayed on the items. Both memorials are located at the scenes of important Yugoslavian revolutionary battles; Kozara monument represents the fight between dark and light, while Kosmaj stands as a symbol of revolution and freedom.
The same as in the case of previous collections, all T-shirts, sweatshirts, knitted turtleneck sweaters and bomber jacket are made of recycled materials or organic cotton. The face of the new campaign is Bálint Varga, talented graphic designer and Printa’s head of studio.
Source: Press release