Contest: Win a hip hop T-shirt by My Main Man Pat & your own idea designed on a shirt

Contest: Win a hip hop T-shirt by My Main Man Pat & your own idea designed on a shirt

My Main Man Pat was born out of a life-long passion for hip hop, and a newly found appreciation for art and graphic design. They offer a platform for independent graphic designers from all over the globe, resulting in a staggering and diverse collection of hip hop related shirts, inspired by artists like Guru, Public Enemy, EPMD, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, DOOM, De La Soul, Big L, Mos Def, DJ Premier, MCA, Souls Of Mischief, amongst many others.

The Canadian company is a DIY indie platform par excellence: it connects hip hop fans, collectors, art lovers, and graphic designers, who all share a genuine love for hip hop. Not only as a music genre, but also as a culture. All screen-printed shirts on My Main Man Pat are never reprinted and not sold anywhere else, so each garment is truly limited edition.

Each Sunday night the site features new designs, so the range is an ever-growing collection of diverse styles. Check out one of the new T-shirts below, a Wu-Tang Killa Bees inspired tee by a Dutch designer who goes by the name of Ready2Rumbl.

We’re very excited about our new contest in affiliation with My Main Man Pat. What’s in it for you? You can win a hip hop T-shirt of your choice, including free worldwide shipping, PLUS: send in your own idea, concept and/or suggestion for a new shirt (for example, a design idea inspired by your favourite artist), and the winning idea will get designed, and pressed and released as an actual T-shirt! Of course you’ll also get that as part of your prize. If you’re a designer yourself, it’s also possible to submit your own design.

Send in your idea by email, leave a comment below, and/or share it on our Facebook page, and together with ‘our main man’ Pat we’ll select one lucky winner. Be creative!

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Just an ordinary guy always on the hunt for extraordinary music. Not just as the founder of The Find Magazine & Rucksack Records, but also as a freelance music journalist (bylines at Tracklib, Bandcamp, Wax Poetics, DIG Mag, among others) and—above all—out of love for all kinds of good music.