Don’t get us wrong: As much as we’re all for classics like a simple black or white T-shirt, there are days when it’s just better to have one that’s unique to you. Enter Uniqlo’s UTme, a service that allows you to create your very own designs and have them printed on its iconic UT cotton T-shirts.
While this printing service isn’t exactly new (it was launched in 2015), the Japanese conglomerate has recently collaborated with local artist Michael Ng (aka Mindflyer) to create eight prints that are exclusive to Singapore just for UTme. In other words: You’ll have more choices when getting your very own, one-of-a-kind T-shirts.
Mindflyer is known for his bold and pseudo-realism artwork, and his designs for Uniqlo are in a similar vein, but feature a whimsical twist on Singapore life post-circuit breaker.
Take a peek at all eight of his eclectic designs below.