Numbered By creates unique artistic sweatshirts in collaboration with contemporary artists. 


After enlarging the artwork we create twenty one-of-a-kind sweatshirts. Each artwork is available in two unisex sizes, both in a different color. 
 

Each exclusive sweatshirt is numbered and signed on the back by the artist by embroidery. 
 

The sweatshirts are packed in a cardboard gift box that serves as a certificate.

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Numbered By is a platform that offers artists a new medium to express their art by creating artistic sweatshirts for beautiful people.

After enlarging the artwork we create twenty unique unisex sweatshirts from each artwork in two sizes, each with its own color. This color matches the artwork and gives the sweatshirt a timeless character. 

Its mission is to provide individual, exclusive clothing by focusing on art through concepts of detail, functionality, abstraction and color.

The costumers cannot only distinguish and identify themselves by wearing the sweatshirts, they participate in the artwork as well.

 

We strive to represent a carefully curated selection of visual artists from painting, sculpture, installation art, and also furniture designers, photographers and graphic artists.

The dialogue between creative director and founder Laurens Boks and the artist always produces a surprising result that often shifts slightly from their day-to-day art practice. 

 

The aesthetic of Numbered By is a blend of fashion and art that leads to quality sweatshirts that balance on the border between casual wear and luxury. The sweatshirts have an enlarged fit to make them elegant and comfortable for all genders.

Numbered By uses a simple yet powerful corporate identity to direct all attention to the product. The platforms name is twofold and requires the addition of the artist's name.

Each unique copy is numbered and signed on the back by the artist by embroidery which represents the brand logo. The sweatshirts are packed in a cardboard gift box that serves as a certificate.

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Photography by Seppe Elewaut