Founded in 1990 by DEN ONE, a.k.a. graphic designer/graf artist Erik Brunetti, FUCT is widely heralded as one of the originators of the streetwear movement. Known worldwide for jacking pop-culture, overtly religious and government images and icons and, if you will, FUCT'ing them up, Brunetti and his clan have maintained a loyal cult following for nearly two decades without succumbing to the heavy tides of the mainstream.
The latest drop from FUCT includes a grip of new tees with more of the debate-starting prints we have come to love, including standouts (clockwise, from top left) The American Dream Tee, The Rolling Stoned Tee, The Canned Heat Tee and The Sangue Italiano Tee.
The American Dream Tee, featuring a print of an opened, overflowing military locker, hints at Full Metal Jacket as a cabaret show with text to the side reading "Same shit, different day." We officially dare anyone to rock that at the local VFW's bingo night. Karmaloop staff favorite, The Sangue Italiano Tee, presents a demon straight from the streets of Hades under a Christ-like crown of thorns, reminiscent of a poster image for a low-on-budget, high-on-blood Italywood gorefest directed by the likes of Dario Argento - fitting, as this particular tee is a collaboration between FUCT and Italian streetwear magnate VNGRD.
Get FUCT-up on the latest drop at Karmaloop here.