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New! Artist-designed limited edition Kentishtowner T-shirts and tote bags

Certified by the Fair Wear Foundation, artist designed in Kentish Town, hand printed at Fifth Column...grab one today

Kentishtowner t-shirt range

Everyone has been asking when we’ll be doing some t-shirts. So now, after months of behind-the-scenes collaboration with artist Russell Loughlan, we can excitedly reveal the very first official Kentishtowner merchandise. (Are we supposed to put a ™ after that too?)

Yes, just in time for summer – we declare, ever the optimists – and our stall at Alma Street Fair this weekend, comes a range of t-shirts and tote bags. The artwork plays on our very popular Tuesday Q&A, Ich Bin Kentishtowner, and you can opt for either the phrase in “lines” (see main image above) or simply as a striking “Ich Bin” (see images below). Henry Holland eat your heart out!

Ich Bin 1


So, proud to call yourself a Kentishtowner (and it’s a state of mind, man, not a geographical location)? Keen to support the growth of your favourite local publication? Want to look effortlessly “on trend”? You can be all these things and more simply by sporting one of these lovely tops or eco-friendly bags.

All items are certified by the Fair Wear Foundation, meaning no nasty practices in the supply chain, and everything is hand printed at Fifth Column, the much loved t-shirt people on top of Kentish Town tube station.

The limited edition range launches exclusively via our online shop with three items, all available in white or black, in four sizes. Prices £18 for a tee and £12 for bags. Head to the shop for a right old nosy round here.

Ich Bin 1

Kentishtowner lines 1

Ich Bin totebag 3

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The award-winning print and online title Kentishtowner was founded in 2010 and is part of London Belongs To Me, a citywide network of travel guides for locals. For more info on what we write about and why, see our About section.