Welcome to UT: graphic print collections by UNIQLO. Discover an exciting range of men's printed T-shirts and graphic designs inspired by the brands, franchises, television shows, films and pop culture you already know and love. We believe that a graphic print can be so much more than just a graphic print. We believe that the right printed T-shirt can express exactly who you are and what you love. Find the designs that speak for you and wear your world with UT.
At UNIQLO, we’re constantly striving to further our sustainability initiatives, which is why we’re partnering with the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI*) to improve cotton farming globally.
UT has miraculously made a collaboration with this talented duo a reality. The sensibilities of the contemporary artist and musician, each prolific at the highest level worldwide, have been fused together through fashion, in turn providing us with new discoveries in each of their visions.
Please note that customers are limited to 2 pieces per pattern, per customer.
Celebrate the magic of Pokémon with two new UT collections of graphic printed T-shirts. 'With Pokémon' represents Pokémon's key philosophies - adventure, discovery and friendship, while Daniel Arsham’s reinterpretation sees Pikachu, Mewtwo and Ash Ketchum transformed into sculptures dated 1000 years in the future.
To celebrate the release of "Evangelion 3.0+1.0", the fourth and final movie in the Evangelion series, we're releasing a special UT collection of men's T-shirts printed with exclusive designs, including animators' drawings and special artwork from the movie.
Since its creation in 1985, Super Mario has been loved by people all around the world and beyond the boundaries of the game. Our UT collection celebrates Super Mario Bros' 35th anniversary and features graphic prints of everyone’s favourite hero.
Discover our collection of graphic prints of popular Gunpla motifs. Gunpla (short for Gundam plastic models) are the 3D model kits that appear in the fictional multiverse within the ‘Mobile Suit Gundam’ series. These kits have become popular among fans of Mecha Anime and have sold more than 500 million units since its release in 1980.
Climb Mt. Fuji, visit Shibuya Crossing or learn how to eat sushi with our latest UT collection, featuring a selection of Japan’s famous sights and motifs in original graphics that are full of personality.
Explore the Marvel universe with our Art Of Marvel collection, featuring the original character drawings from the popular Marvel comics. Discover the early beginnings of The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man, Captain America and more.
We have invited acclaimed artists and illustrators to reinterpret the most famous Disney character in their own distinct style. It's Mickey Mouse like you've never seen him before, through new and original artwork created exclusively for UNIQLO.
Enjoy the beauty of traditional Japanese calligraphy, known as Shodo, with our collection of men’s T-shirts featuring the work of three famous calligraphers: Hakuju Kuiseko, Hironobu Kukita and Housui Yamaguchi.
Peter Saville is a graphic designer. As the co-founder and art director of the legendary record label ‘Factory’, his pioneering album artwork reached a mass audience through pop music and influenced the course of contemporary visual culture. This UT collection remixes Peter Saville’s artwork, including his cover for Joy Division’s iconic album ‘Unknown Pleasures’.
Developed in collaboration with NANZUKA art gallery in Shibuya, Tokyo, the Neo-Miyage UT collection features a collection of work by contemporary artists showcasing Japan's iconic motifs from a unique perspective.
Our latest UT collaboration celebrates a few instantly recognisable logos and the internationally renowned brands behind them. Choose from a range of graphic printed T-shirts featuring vibrant motifs and products you know and love.
Discover a unique T-shirt collection featuring Japanese colour woodblock prints from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. These historical designs were crafted by ukiyo-e artists who flourished during the late Edo period in Japan. From the 1860s onwards, these prints gained popularity among European artists and art collectors, giving rise to their continued influence on Western visual culture.
URBAN WALLS celebrates innovative artists famous for using the streets as their canvas. Whether to bring attention to a cause, add beauty to a forgotten space, or just make art more approachable to people around the world, these icons continue to shine a light on the amazing legacy of voices expressing themselves in public spaces for the world to experience in their daily lives.