Limited Tattoodo x Hummel x Ami James Collab Hits The Streets
Our clothing line has finally arrived!! Now you can get your hands on the LIMITED Tattoodo x Hummel x Ami James clothing line here on the site and at selected retailers (further details below). We ship worldwide! Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions (about sizes, styles, rates, or anything else!).
The collection was developed as part of a unique collaboration with the Danish heritage sportswear brand, Hummel. The idea was to bring the tattoo art that we love into the world of trendy sportswear.
The line is based on a tattoo-style skull design by Tattoodo co-founder and artist, Ami James. The design was taken by the amazing crew at Hummel and transformed into a set of awesome prints.
Check out the new collection here. Hope you dig it as much as we do! :D
Limited Marathona Tattoodo Sneakers This is classic 90's sneaker from Hummel, which we got to play around with. The skull design appears on the iconic Hummel chevrons, heel cap and inlay sole. Price $95.
Recent from Fashion
Tattoodo x Hummel x Ami James Black Letterman Jacket Black Letterman jacket with the A on the chest. The print appears on the shoulders, the inside and on the A. Only colour pop is the red logo on the waistband. Product info: 69% cotton, 31% polyester, sweat fleece, Regular fit. Price $95.
Tattoodo x Hummel x Ami James Black Crew Sweat Black Crew Sweat with allover-printed back. Colours are kept in graphite black and grey with the exception of a red pop colour logo. Product info: 100% cotton, sweat fleece, embroidery logo, regular fit. Price $70.
Tattoodo x Hummel x Ami James White A Tee The clean white A-Tee. Product info: 100% cotton, waterbased print, embroidery logo, folded sleeve, regular fit. Price $40.
Tattoodo x Hummel x Ami James Black Pin Tee Classic black tee with the Tattoodo pin. Product info: 100% cotton, waterbased print, embroidery logo, regular fit. Price $40.
Spain: Sniker 4u
Online: hummel.net, stylepit.com, Tattoodo.com
Check out this short video where Ami James talks about the collection: