Oneiroi Apparel – No Tax On Dreams

[Take 15% off of your order with the discount code TEESPOTTER]

Wow it feels like it’s been forever since I’ve done a post.  Sorry about that everyone, life gets busy sometimes.  I haven’t forgotten though! Today I bring you a new brand based out of London called Oneiroi Apparel who are dead set on following their dreams.  Each item in their store is inspired by a dream and I must say, it shows.


Words Are Weapons
Words Are Weapons

This is one of my favorite shirts from Oneiroi, the hand drawn look is really cool and also the design itself is pretty strong.  The description included on their website is a quote from Martin Luther King:

“Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon, which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it. It is a sword that heals.”

– Martin Luther King, Jr.

The t-shirt specs don’t say much, just that the shirt is 100% cotton.  I can’t really tell anything from the mock up they used so I can’t say much else about the actual shirt.  If you aren’t a fan of white, this shirt also comes in black with white ink.  I never seem to like it when brands offer inverted versions of their designs, and most seasoned t-shirt designers will tell you not to even try it.  The reason being is the shading ends up looking funky when reversed basically because it just wasn’t meant to be.  But, I suppose if people with untrained eyes like the design then go for it.

So what in the effing world does Oneiroi mean?  Well, take it from their brand description:

“In Greek mythology the Oneiroi (pronounced on-e-roy) were the spirits of dreams, three genii who conveyed messages from the Gods in the guise of dreams.

Each of the three embodied one aspect of a dream, collectively they formed all the features that characterise a dream.

Morpheus formed all the people, Phoebeter the animals, and Phantasos the inanimate objects.”

All in all, as far as I can tell, Oneiroi Apparel looks pretty promising.  Have any of you purchased anything from them? If not, do you plan to do so now(I think you should, with the discount code below!)? Let me know your thoughts! Comments are lovely =)

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Posted on February 9, 2011, in Features and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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