Fresh off the success of their inaugural t-shirt line, Glyph Cue owners Matt W. Moore and Kristofer Wilfert have launched a F/W 2009 collection; it’s composed entirely of hoodies.
We’re a big fan of Matt W. Moore’s geometric art, but we’re even bigger fans now with his “Thus Far” lecture at OFFF: it shows his early days as a graffiti/mural artist up to his B/W series.
MWM’s Matt W. Moore has been on a roll lately; he’s partnered with lifelong friend Kristofer Wilfert to release a hand-screened t-shirt line called Glyph Cue with bold, symbolic art.
It’s official: Matt W. Moore doesn’t sleep, as evidenced by this double drop of two sets of 27 6″ x 6″ unbound prints, limited to 500 sets; choose from B/W B:5 or the colorful Alphaphont 3.0.
Matt W. Moore (aka MWM) has taken the graphic arts world by storm in recent months with his vector-tastic work; he’s currently showing at the Threadless Gallery in Chicago until December 3.
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