JJJJound Releases Sweaters As An Art Dad Staple
Tasteful art director Justin Saunders aka JJJJound has released a 50/50 crewneck sweater paying homage to 90's sports style. Teased on his Instagram since early this year, JJJJound likes to show the progress of his products and how they come to life in turn creating a dialogue with his followers and consumers. The products JJJJound produces are considered and simple, taking a minimalist approach and often simply using his serif logo - they're perfect for art dad's all around.
Details for the garment feature an embroidered serif logo and 2 needle cover stitch stitching pay homage to techniques in the 1990's. The cut of the shoulder has been modernised with a more snug fit yet keeping the boxy body we all know and love from that era. Consisting of an 15oz. 50% cotton and 50% polyester blend the J/90 crewneck is available now on jjjjound.com.
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