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The Origin: Graphic T-Shirt

The Origin: Graphic T-Shirt
It was the 1950s. T-shirts had been around for a while but were mainly used as undershirts. However, Hollywood changed the way the t-shirt was perceived. The invention of Plastisol, a screen printing ink in sparked the birth of the Graphic T-shirt. Simple, functional cotton t-shirts were transformed into the graphic t-shirts. Most graphic tees of that era boasted band graphics or political slogans. However, it was only in the 1990s that graphic t-shirts they truly evolved and made their presence felt.

What is a graphic t-shirt?
Graphic t-shirts or graphic tees do not refer to a fit. Graphic tees are available in simple round necks, fashionable V-necks and even smart collared forms. They are available for men, women, boys and girls. Graphic tees are t-shirts that have a graphic design on the shirt. This design can be on the front, the back, the side or even the sleeve. The graphic can be an image, a random artwork, a message, a band name, or even a phrase. Graphic tees are a non-verbal form of expressing attitudes, likes, dislikes etc.
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