The Find: t-shirts inspired by Broken Social Scene, Feist and other Canadian musicians

The Find: t-shirts inspired by Broken Social Scene, Feist and other Canadian musicians

Jeremy Laing and Arts and Crafts t-shirt collaboration
Just in time for the music festival season, designer Jeremy Laing has teamed up with Toronto record label Arts and Crafts and a handful of visual artists to produce a collection of t-shirts inspired by Canadian acts like Feist, Broken Social Scene and Dan Mangan. For our favourite of the bunch, Niall McClelland—who previously produced dreamy prints for Laing’s spring 2012 collection—created a moody graphic reminiscent of Timber Timbre’s haunting vocals. Meanwhile, Feist handpicked artist Sojourner Truth Parsons to riff off her music, and the resulting shirt, covered in otherworldly-looking figures, has all the cool cred of a well-worn concert tee. The tees go on sale today, with all the profits going to MusiCounts, a charity that supports musical education in schools across the country. $75.

Available at the Hudson’s Bay locations at 176 Yonge St. and 44 Bloor St. E., and thebay.com