Streetela Brings Street Art to Your Closet

Art Collective Prints You Can Wear

streetela apparel!

A brief time line of wearable art projects: knit leg warmers (1988), airbrushed tees (1996), and custom nail embellishments (2009). Sadly, all went unnoticed. 

For an edgier fashion statement, look to Streetela, an unconventional collective of urban street artists from Atlanta and beyond. The crew’s just-launched line of screen-printed apparel and accessories transforms wearers into a contemporary gallery on the go. 

Browse the online store for affordable merch — tees and totes for now — from all fifteen artists. (A percentage of sales goes directly to each budding Banksy.)

Wear local Mike Germon’s classical sculpture collages across your chest or sling Paper Twins’s “Excellent” tote (a la Wayne’s World) over your shoulder.

And be prepared to receive a few compliments.

Available online at streetela.com, $10-$24.

Photo: Courtesy of Streetela