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Contributed by Edgar Walthert on Jul 3rd, 2019. Artwork published in
circa February 2019
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    Dendements 1
    Photo: Edgar Walthert. License: All Rights Reserved.

    For his Germany tour, Dendemann produced a series of merchandise inspired by Demna Gvasalia’s fashion brand Vetements. If Gavaslia blatantly dares to steals from street-culture and adapt it to high fashion, let’s boldly steal back. #HipHop-Culture

    The design and production was done by Bravado Merchandise a division of Universal Music GmbH in collaboration with Björn Lindner (cancer/tags) and Edgar Walthert (typography).

    Shirts, hoodies, and caps can be bought in the shop at dendemann.com.

    Dendements 2
    Photo: Edgar Walthert. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Dendements 3
    Photo: Edgar Walthert. License: All Rights Reserved.
    The print on the font of the fanny pack is the German translation of belt pouch – GÜRTELTASCHE. The belt itself reads SCHULTERGURT, German for shoulder-belt.
    Photo: Edgar Walthert. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The print on the font of the fanny pack is the German translation of belt pouch – GÜRTELTASCHE. The belt itself reads SCHULTERGURT, German for shoulder-belt.

    Dendements 5
    Photo: Edgar Walthert. License: All Rights Reserved.
    The print on the font of the fanny pack is the German translation of belt pouch – GÜRTELTASCHE. The belt itself reads SCHULTERGURT, German for shoulder-belt.
    Photo: Edgar Walthert. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The tour shirt has been “vintaged” in a manual process, a technique first developed for the merchandise of Vom Vintage Verweht. The technique involves rubbing over a laser-print onto another surface with the help of solvent, such as aceton.

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