The first 'fyxomatosis' tees were baked fresh in the kitchen of a share house in San Francisco.  It was the Spring of 'Oh Four' and I took inspiration from the stencil art movement that was taking place in Melbourne around the time and got a scalpel, acetate, foam rollers and tubes of acrylic paint from Blick's on Market.  I printed out the design at Kinko's, put the acetate over top, cut out the design. squeezed paint onto a foam roller and 'Voila!'.  The first tees I made were for an alleycat (messenger race).   Ideas for more tees snowballed from there.  It was a messy, time consuming process but I loved the 'made to order' nature as it freed me creatively, and I could make as many - or as few as people wanted from my backpack as I worked my way around the cities of the world.

Amid the challenges of Covid we revisited the principle, using more sophisticated application methods, to be more responsive and bold in design, while eliminating the 'wastage' of unwanted/unsellable garments.  All of our designs are now made to order on our Signature T-shirts of beautiful combed cotton and their great fit, loved by many.  We have expanded that line to include Australian Merino wool short and long sleeve shirts as well.  
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