from 2004 to 2020
The first “logo” t shirt was released in 1997 and for the first few years we didn’t introduce any graphic design.
Things changed around 2004, when we decided to depict images inspired by the subcultural sceneon T-shirts.
Since then, the process of making our t-shirts has always been the same
Once we decide the subject then we liaise with our illustrators in order to give life to our ideas and it is great to work with people from all around the world. Our graphic designs come from Brazil, Wales, Italy, Indonesia, and England. We get inspiration from old photos, we invest in our own photo-shoots, we capture our everyday life, our passions, our hobbies including our favourite films, comic strips, pubs, scooters, ink, etc.
For this gallery we selected about 40 graphic designs with some of them being 10 or more years old. We loved adding a few notes about these images and it is just great for us to share them all together with you, old and new fans of Three Stroke Productions. This is what we are, what we feel and what we want to say
As most of you guys know already we have a special link with the world of combat sport so the first set of designs we are proud to display here are inspired by some athletes we’ve been or we’re currently working with.
- Our TSP Combat Studio was a MMA and BJJ academy active in London in the early year 2000’s. Our first Combat Studio t shirt is dated year 2004. Our TSP Combat Studio was a MMA and BJJ academy active in London in the early year 2000’s. Our first Combat Studio t shirt is dated year 2004.
- In 2012 we celebrated the values of MMA with our Courage, Honour, Respect tshirt.
- A “Terminator” style t shirt on occasion of the European Union title won by Italian boxeur Luca Rigoldi in 2017.
- Luca Rigoldi , current Super Bantamweight EBU Champion has a weak for stilish motocycles so we celebrated this passion through this t shirt in collaboration with the local chapter of Harley Davidson.
- Our “first and fight ” t shirt was one of the many graphic designs developed with Blast Art (Indonesia) since 2013.
- Glorious Bastards is our celebration in 2017 of Tarantino’s cult film Inglorious Bastards (2009).
- One of our favourite Leonardo Di Caprio’s interpretations inspired this design in 2015.
- Everybody loves a “casual” Freddy Krueger
My City My Team My Mates
We launched this slogan in 2012 and immediately we felt those words would represent well the state of mind of many of us.Our first t-shirt sporting this slogan was a huge success, so it was followed by at least 5 more new versions including this comic strip style design in 2017.
The most popular version is the one with the silver laurel wreath in 2018 which will definitely be available again in the future
"A man without tattoos is invisible to the Gods"
Whether you like having arms inked or not, we believe that some tattooists are real artists and we have celebrated them in a number of different t-shirts.
Here we have selected three of them.
A Guy called Minty
… to Subbuteo in 2013 (and reissued in 2019) …
… to one of our favourite: The Boys are back in Town that was initially released in 2015 and will be available again soon.
…We ve always had a weak spot for motorcycles in general and for scooters in particular. We’ve owned Vespas and Lambrettas, a long time ago but the appeal of a cool scooter is still strong for us.
This is just a selection from our archives of more than 15 years of graphic works. We still want to say thank you to the illustrators we’ve been working with and to those who appreciated our ideas. As we say, we keep drawing, so the best is yet to come. Btw we just launched a series of posters which we offered for free to all those who buy our clothes The first 2 have been “The Boys are Back in Town” and “My City, My Team, My Mates” (comic strip version)