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Fucking Awesome have released a new collection of summer t-shirts and you can check them out above.

Fucking Awesome are a bit of a strange brand in that they only release collections once every so often so when they do finally put something out we always like to take notice.

In keeping with the recent photo-print trend this new collection of tees features some rather saucy photos including an image of someone grabbing a mans bum and a woman seductively applying her penis shaped lipstick. Controversially there's also images of dictators like Hitler on one of the tees.

Check them out above.

Yesterday we put up Supremebeing's new collection of photography based Ts and after seeing a lot around that we liked we thought we should gather them together and show you.

The general rule of thumb, we feel, with a fashion trend is that if you have seen it online and wanted it, bought it, seen someone in the street wearing it and had a positive comment on it then it can be certified as a trend.

So without further ado here are our suggestions for image based Ts. They are kind of turning into what Henry Holland's slogan Ts were a few years ago, we are sure that in about 3 months time, especially at the height of summer you are going to see landscape and sexy model/just about any of photograph we can get our hands on Ts everywhere.

We're even getting involved and creating something special with T-shirt brand, I Came From Nothing that we'll be telling you about later today.

So have a flick through here, all T-s are from River Island, ASOS, Urban Outfitters and unisex, then keep an eye out for our offering in a bit.

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stussy x hiroshiStussy have teamed up with illustration artist Hiroshi Tanabe for a new capsule collection of t-shirts.

Born in Japan Tanabe's humorous style of illustration has won over many an art fan and now thanks to this new collaboration with Stussy he's set to win fans in the fashion industry too. This isn't the first time Tanabe has worked with a fashion label though, in fact his first art project was a t-shirt design for a night club in Japan.

For the new collection with Stussy Tanabe brings his funny side out to create a new must-have set of pieces. If you're interested in how he did it Stussy have released a behind-the-scenes video at how the tees were made so make sure you check that out below and look out for the designs which will be hitting stores and online soon.

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save the future katherine hamnett t-shirtHere's the first look at Katherine Hamnett's Climate Change t-shirt for high street store H&M.

National Climate Week runs between 12th - 18th March and to raise awareness the renowned activist and designer Hamnett has designed this 'Save The Future' t-shirt which is now on sale at H&M stores all over the country. Costing £9.99 25% of the profits will go to the Environmental Justice Foundation and if that doesn't make you feel like you're doing your bit to save our planet it's made from 100% organic cotton. Celebrities like Sunday Girl (pictured above) have given their seal of approval and been snapped in the tee so you'll be in very good company if you decide to buy one yourself.

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The brilliantly named Fuck Art And Kiss have released a sneak peek at their new Spring/Summer 2012 collection.

The Made in France t-shirt collection that takes classic pop culture imagery from the 1980s and 1990s that have been updated for the new collection. Famous works from the likes of Leonardo da Vinci and Monet have had alterations made to them to bring them up to date for the Summer months. Check out our favourites above.

Photography: Hypebeast

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