- 2021 AP002 - 'ORDERxDISORDER' jersey
- Kit Kult Art Project
- Designed by Ryanthefoe
- Manufactured by 2ndhalfco
- New condition
- Fully sublimated
- 100% polyester
- Care instructions: Machine wash cold inside out
Tag size XS - 38" Chest
- Tag size S - 40" Chest
- Tag size M - 42" Chest
- Tag size L - 44" Chest
- Tag size XL - 46" Chest
- Tag size 2XL - 48" Chest
2ndhalfco’s size chart is a general guideline for the average body.
The Art Project
The Art Project aims to provide artists in and around the dodgeball community the opportunity to design a shirt and see it come to life in a limited series. Limited to 100 pieces, each shirt will have its own unique series number on the back and only be printed once. Each design will border the line between art and fashion and provide something truly unique for the court!
We want to see the Art Project enhance our community and be open about the distribution of any profits made from the shirts. All profits from the sale of Art Project 002 will be split equally between the artist Ryan to fund future work, APOPO(@herorats) a charity chosen by Ryan and be placed back into funding Kit Kult Projects and giveaways.
Designed by Ryanthefoe an Artist and Designer based out of LA, Ryan has created a range of sport kits for dodgeball and lacrosse teams through his own brand @2ndhalfco. Known for his bold style his work is rooted in streetwear and pop culture and often carries recognisable characters with his signature mask.
AP002 - ‘ORDERxDISORDER' is a shirt that combines Ryan’s passion for order with his bold and vivid street style. With graffiti influences the shirt contrasts this playful side with a much darker side.
Poured out onto the screen, Ryan let the design flow naturally to him. Building layers of varying colour to create depth, he used these to contain various elements where you can find some of his signature pieces hidden.
"Inspired by the constant push and pull between order and disorder, these two opposing forces balance and counter balance each other, disorder and order both rise out of each other." - Ryanthefoe
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