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UNIQLO's Graphic New T-Shirt Collection

By Sinéad Tan

Anni Albers

Anni Albers is perhaps best known for the contributions she made to the field of textile design. She's known for experimenting with materials such as metallic thread and horsehair to create abstract, geometric designs.

Josef Albers

Josef Albers revolutionised the way we experience colour. and his playful and imaginative His Interaction of Colour (published in 1963) and iconic Homage to the Square series continues to influence generations of artists.

Max Bill

Max Bill’s projects ranged from residential and institutional architecture to painting and furniture. Geometric forms, inspired by his time at the Bauhaus, remained a constant throughout his career.

Gego (Gertrud Goldschmidt)

Gego worked as an architect and furniture designer before turning to sculpture and painting. She used the line in her work, with forms ranging from environmental, room-sized sculptural installations to prints and drawings.

Sol Lewitt

Sol LeWitt set out “to recreate art, to start from square one”, which meant prioritising ideation over execution. He tested these ideas by subjecting geometric forms and linear patterns to various permutations.

François Morellet

Employing a wide variety of materials, from paint to neon light, François Morellet began making abstract work by applying basic mathematics to his compositions, all the while incorporating randomness and humour.

Gordon Walters

Gordon Walters was a revered New Zealand artist whose pioneering geometric abstractions fused indigenous and western motifs. He is best known for his paintings employing the koru, the curving bulb form.


The latest addition to UNIQLO’s selection of basics was inspired by geometry. The SUPERGEOMETRIC collection features the Japanese casualwear brand’s signature T-shirts (known as UTs) as well as other apparel and accessories.

The items in the collection are printed with bold patterns and fun prints, all of which pay tribute to seven pioneering artists and their contributions to the fields of art and design. More than a mere assembly of dots and lines, each innovative graphic is the result of experimentation with the fundamental elements of form, shape, and colour. Prices start from S$19.90 for a T-shirt, S$39.90 for a dress, and S$9.90 for accessories.

Comprising a total of 67 T-shirts and accessories such as scarves, caps, and tote bags, the collection was created under SPRZ NY, a UNIQLO project which sits at the convergence of art and fashion. Previous SPRZ NY collaborations have included T-shirts inspired by the works of other prolific creatives, from Andy Warhol to Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Click through the gallery to learn more about the seven artists and view some of the T-shirts in the collection.

The UNIQLO SPRZ NY SUPERGEOMETRIC collection is now available at UNIQLO’S Global Flagship Store at Orchard Central, online at www.uniqlo.com/sg, and at select UNIQLO stores.