Vintage drawings making cool T-shirts by Flowhynot

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Graphic designer Florent Beaufils’ portfolio is called Flowhynot. Florent is both a free-lance digital art director and an illustrator. He’s worked for different brands in the fashion industry creating websites and mobile applications, identity and brand communication but here I would like to focus on his original vintage illustration style. Florent Beaufils draws for editorial, typographic purposes or advertising. He just had two pieces edited by Stepart, a great French label that promote a selection of young designers’ work by printing it on high quality T-shirts. Florent already designed T-shirts for Bonobo, a jeans brand and Otaku, the original game wear.

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

Flowhynot: two drawings edited by Stepart

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