Barbour International: T-Shirts Collection

Barbour International has partnered with three artists who share a love of motorcycling and its culture, to create a capsule collection of printed T-Shirts.

September 1st 2017
The Barbour International attitude is about not following the conventional route. Introduced by Duncan Barbour back in 1936, who himself was a keen motorcyclist, to this day the Barbour International collection celebrates its long and rich motorcycle heritage.
This Autumn / Winter 17 we’ll be introducing you to three artists Ryan Quickfall, Tom Selwyn-Davis and Nigel Vallis, who each have a love for motorcycling and the culture and lifestyle around it.
We caught up with them to understand how their passion for riding has influenced their artwork and discover what inspires their graphic style and the exciting work it’s enabled them to do.
All three artists have also collaborated with Barbour International this season to create their very own capsule collection of graphic printed T-shirts. Keep an eye out to learn the stories and ideas behind the illustrations featured across each T-shirt and understand how their final designs came to be.
We’re also giving you the chance to join the illustrators by creating your very own T-shirt print to feature in the Barbour International Spring / Summer 18 collection.
The final design chosen will be available exclusively at House of Fraser, in the UK. We want to see your take on the Barbour International world of motorcycle clothing!
Find out more about the collection here.