Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Kev is Blogging to raise money for The Christie

Kevin Bradshaw from Tee And You has decide to commit to the crazy - he will be writing a blog post (titled "Block Chop" - he's chopping up his writer's block) of at least 450 words every day, from now until the end of time!!

As an extra bonus to the writing practice he also helps to raise some money for The Christie Charity.  Please help cure cancer by making a small donation.  You can do so by cling "Donate" on the widget below, or by visiting Kev's blog and clicking on the widget there.

Thursday, 1 July 2010

Kev is Blank Pages cover artist!!!!!!

Kevin Bradshaw from Tee And You is this months cover artist (Issue 24) of Blank Pages online magazine by Blank Media Collective.

Kev's work will be featured on a forth-coming range of tees from Tee And You! We are working on them as I type, and we'll keep you informed about when they will be available.

You can see this month's issue of Blank Pages in the viewer below, or by going to the host site Issuu, here.

Also you can download the magazine as a pdf here.

Sunday, 2 May 2010


>>>>>>>>>> More from Karl Dixon dot com <<<<<<<<<<

Tee and You feels that we need to share more of Karl Dixon's amazing photography.
Be it hip hop action, personal scenes of human interaction or the subtle humour of everyday life, his lens can capture it all.

Based variously up and down the UK from Lancs to Brum, Karl has many years of professional experience, mainly in hip hop promotion.  He has photographed Stig of the Dump, Soweto Kinch, Sonny Jim, Tactical Thinking, and many more - with, we hope, many more to come.

PS - The photo of the two old guys is called 'Forever Friends' lol

Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Good News

Congratulations to Ralph and Zulekha Godden - 
Baby Hercules (Harry) is looking well :)

Sunday, 25 April 2010

Tactical Thinking "10 to 3 Chicks" Video Shoot - behind-the-scenes photos by Karl Dixon

On Saturday Ed and Kev of Tee And You attended the official promo video shoot of Tactical Thinking's awesome forthcoming single "10 to 3 Chicks".

In attendance were the boys from TT - Derogatory, Assa, Deadline and Jim Raygun - lowering their standards to hit on some less- than- average 2:50am chicks.  Also there was TT DJ Pete Cannon (formerly Mr. Dick) on the Ones-and-Sera2s, and TT producer Naive acting as Derogatory's body double.

It was a long afternoon, with many pints of piss-poor Strongbow and lots of stopping and starting, but funny as fuck throughout.  Can't wait to see the finished product.

The amazing photo's above were taken by awesome photographer Karl Dixon, who was representing in a 7th Simian Ape Tribe shirt from teeandyou.co.uk!


Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Manowar - Warriors of the World United

Love it. Buy it!

1st batch of 7th Simian designs now available!

Here they are finally! The very first of our 7th Simian tees are available now!!!

7th Simian Clothing is designed by Jay Shields and is aimed at those who are into Films, Music, Tattoos and Monkey's with a dark perspective on life!

We are soon to be doing a top professional photo shoot for these and all forthcoming 7th Simian tees, with the awesome pro studio Deville Photography. I seriously recommend you check out the wonderful work over at Deville. More about them later!

Thursday, 1 April 2010

The Meaning of Easter?

"The kind of friend Jesus would have."

Hilarious email exchange between an Australian parent, and his child's school's "Christian Volunteer" with regards to a permission slip related to a play about the "true meaning of Easter". Here.

Tuesday, 23 March 2010

7th Simian T-Shirts coming soon on Tee And You

We are looking for models with an alternative look and tattoos (preferably on the forearms, so they can be seen in a t-shirt) to work TFP.

Please contact 7th Simian Photography through their myspace here.

The Infinite Monkey Cage

The Infinite Monkey Cage was a BBC Radio 4 comedy/scientific discussion presented by Brian Cox (particle physicist and fellow of the Royal Society) and Robin Ince (BA English and Drama). Episode one contains a particularly funny discussion with Dara O'Briain and Dr Alice Roberts about the public understanding of science, and about how people tend to think that their own opinion is equally valid even on subjects about which they know nothing.

You may be wondering what this has got to do with t-shirts. And the answer is, of course, not much, but Kev at TeeAndYou loves this stuff.

Read about the show here, or download the torrent here.