David Shrigley, whose "Faux Naive" illustrations often depict the humor in everyday life as seen with a distinctly British sense of humor, will be combining with Anglophilic sweater makers Pringle for a series of limited edition series of designs

For those of you not familiar with David Shrigley, the Scottish-born illustrator behind Err and Merry Ezcema, I suggest you get yourself to a bookstore because he is about to be everywhere. The artist, whose “Faux Naive” illustrations often depict the humor in everyday life as seen with a distinctly British sense of humor, will be combining with Anglophilic sweater makers Pringle for a series of limited edition series of designs which will be used on T-shirts and twin sets available September 10th in Tokyo, Hong Kong,  and London flagship stores.

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