Staple x HBO The Wire Sweatshirts

HBO recently invited the street label, Staple, to design and produce some limited edition hooded sweatshirts for the 5th and final season of the hit TV series The Wire. Staple invited five different artist to design five graphics each representing one season. The sweatshirts are limited to 20 pieces and were given out to the crew of The Wire and auctioned off to charity. Source: Jeffstaple

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HBO recently invited the street label, Staple, to design and produce some limited edition hooded sweatshirts for the 5th and final season of the hit TV series The Wire. Staple invited five different artist to design five graphics each representing one season. The sweatshirts are limited to 20 pieces and were given out to the crew of The Wire and auctioned off to charity.

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