This summer, Lacoste L!VE works with five talented artists to create a capsule collection of exclusive t-shirts.
Lacoste L!VE X Andy Rementer
When it comes to hand-drawn, no-one does it better than Andy Rementer. You’ve no doubt come across Andy Rementer’s work before. His client list is impressive, including MTV, Urban Outfitters and The New York Times to name but a few. His characters feel familiar but never tired, and there’s a naivety to the energy and expressiveness of his works that is reminiscent of Keith Haring. Lacoste L!VE talks to one of the most respected illustrators out there.
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Lacoste L!VE X Elzo
Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Elzo. Psychadelic. Surreal. Kaleidoscopic. There are many fabulous adjectives that spring to mind when considering the work of Elzo. Like Monty Python on acid, his works are a truly original melange of colors and forms that span styles and eras. Lacoste L!VE meets the man behind the marvels.
Lacoste L!VE X Honet
The visual artist Honet bears his soul to Lacoste L!VE. Making a name for himself in the late 80s as one of graffiti’s pioneers and leading luminaries, Honet, aka HNT, has since expanded his creative horizons to become an excellent multi-disciplinary creative.
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Lacoste L!VE X Stevie Gee
Introducing Stevie Gee. Surf-punk illustrator. Family guy. Looking at Stevie Gee’s work is never dull. His illustration borrows heavily from rockabilly and trash-punk aesthetics and gets mixed up with surfing images and old movie posters along the way. His work is never without a sense of humour, just like the man himself as Lacoste L!VE discovers!
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