André Lorenz Stock is an 18 year old Swedish tee-shirt designer who founded the label Black Book. His designs are quirky and unusual, using a combination of photographs and a few humourous words, which he prints as transfers and then assembles, collage-style onto cotton tee shirts. On their website, it says that the Black Book philosophy is summed up by their logo (pictured above);
"A subtle word with a mysterious meaning that makes you wonder what's written in the black book while the leopardpig screams out for attention"
You gotta love that leopardpig.
Anyway, the label has been so popular that recently, H&M collaborated with André, giving customers from all around the world the chance to submit their designs with the best fifteen being selected by the designer to be made into tee-shirts and sold in H&M stores worldwide.
The final fifteen tees are a varied selection of witty, silly, random and downright weird designs and are available to buy instore right now (some are in the men's section and some in the women's but to be honest, I'd say they're all unisex really). Here are my favourites;
MALE COUTURE, £7.99
BILO THE MONKEY SO WRONG YET SO RIGHT, £9.99
ONE EYED REDHEAD, £12.99LEOPARD BEARD IT'S REALLY TRENDY, £9.99
You can see all the designs on the H&M website - which is your favourite?