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David Shrigley for ASOS

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With a retrospective currently at the Hayward Gallery and his work adorning our special Books issue this week, it’s fair to say David Shrigley is having a bit of a moment right now. And to top it all off, the artist has also collaborated with ASOS on a range of limited edition tees.

The collection of t-shirts use exclusive drawings from Shrigley’s archive and feature the wry statements and quirky illustrations that he is known for. We love the bold, graphic designs and the bright colours - they're perfect for spring, and a wonderful way to get a little work of art into your wardrobe.

The David Shrigley tees are £22 each and will be available at asos.com from March

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