The brand’s Tamas line includes T-shirts, shirts, and summer accessories, all featuring the Hungarian graphic designer’s fun, colorful, typography-inspired designs.
Carhartt started in 1889 in Michigan, USA, selling hard-wearing workwear. And although the company still has that division, most people know it more for the Carhartt WIP (Work in Progress) sub-brand, which was created in Europe back in 1994 as a streetwear version of workwear. While they’ve collaborated with bigger names like Commes des Garçons, their most exciting collections are associated with lesser-known designers and subcultures. Thus their latest summer pieces feature designs by a Hungarian graphic designer, Tamás Füredi, in fact the whole line bears his name.
Tamas brings the ultimate summer vibe: muted colors, tropical patterns, and of course the typographic playfulness typical of the graphic designer’s work. In addition to Carhartt’s signature WIP shirts, the collection includes T-shirts, shorts, beach towels, and even a pair of paddles complete with balls.