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Junk Food Teams Up With Iconic '50s and '60s Artist Stanley Mouse

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It's the summer of the T-shirt—well, at least we here at Racked have declared it so—and what better T-shirts are there than hand-drawn (or hand-drawn-looking) super-soft cotton softies from Junk Food?

Check out Junk Food's newest tee collab—with Stanley Mouse, the iconic 1950s and 1960s rock album cover and poster artist. Launching this July, the Stanley Mouse x Junk Food collection features full-color artwork that looks like it was hand-drawn onto the super-soft tops. Priced from $13.50 (tank top) to $17.50 (pocket tee) $34 to $44, they come in a bunch of different designs and colorways.

Update 12:58 p.m.: These are the wholesale linesheets.

· Junk Food Clothing [Official Site]