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Art and Design / March 25, 2021

Irish Designer hephee has released some new t-shirts OK

hephee life is ok @hephee
Art and Design / March 25, 2021

Irish Designer hephee has released some new t-shirts OK

By Emily Mullen

It’s OK, everything is OK

Irish Designer hephee has launched some new merch and everything is going to be ok. Dublin-based Stephen Heffernan has created a design that has somehow touched on our shared sense of despair while demonstrating our crumbling positivity (maybe I’m reading too much into it).

hephee’s “Life is OK” logo has a slight smile in the O which appears to be the tipping point, between positivity and pain.

The t-shirts come in a range of lemon yellow, baby blue, and a creamy off-white. Sharing the announcement to his Instagram hephee wrote “life is OK right now and thats OK” which is a fair assessment of things.

hephee has been pumping out the content on Instagram, where he can usually be found sharing tongue-in-cheek illustrations.

The t-shirts retail at €23 and are available from Everpress, follow hephee’s Instagram for highly enjoyable illustrations.

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