The title of this article is hypercolor, a new t-shirts label, that offers an array of designs to choose from, each one a unique take on a familiar theme.
The brand, which is based in New York, launched a Kickstarter campaign last year to raise $1.4 million to fund its first line of Hypercolor tatas, which are made in the USA using an organic cotton fabric.
Each t-share is a personalized design, with a text message or hashtag attached to it, and can be printed, printed on a durable fabric or tattooed on the body, neck and back.
Hypercolor tats are available in both black and white.
A black t-sharing t- shirt is $25, a white t- sharing t- Shirt is $50.
Hypercolors are available as both t- shirts and shirts, and have been available at some stores in Brooklyn and in a few other cities.
The company plans to expand its line into Europe.
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The Hypercolor team also has two other products, a tees line that features the word “Zion” on the back and a shirt line that has “Israel” printed on the front.
The two t-shares have the same name, with the slogan “hypercolor is about sharing the world with hypercolor.”
They are available for $10 and $20, respectively.
The company is planning to launch its own line of hypercolors in the next few weeks.
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