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Update From Cut-Out

Its been a busy few months for Cut-Out. Highlights include moving into a shop in the Custard Factory, Birmingham to share with independent clothing label Mouldy Loaf, building up stock, collaborating with designers and illustrators from around the UK, and printing like mad. At the start of July, Cut-Out held their first in-store music event, and also took stock down to Wayne Hemmingway’s new project KiosKiosk on London’s Southbank.

Cut-Out’s new t-shirts and tote bags are all printed on Fairtrade and sweatshop-free apparel, and they are still following DIY ethics – printing in homemade studios and using environmentally-friendly water-based inks.

At the moment, Cut-Out is offering a 10% discount to their online customers who enter SUMMERCLUB as a promocode before September 30th at their webstore. As always, they are still offering free delivery to anywhere in the UK, and worldwide shipping is still available. There are also a few in-store offers at the moment in the Custard Factory shop, such as any two tees for £30 and two tote bags for £10.

In autumn, Cut-Out will be releasing yet more designs, and hopefully in higher quantities so they can send them out to their stockists in London, Bristol, and Falmouth.

Update From Cut-Out

Update From Cut-Out

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