Fashion Cult Classics.

Since 2004.

"I absolutely LOVE this onesie! Quality is superb and my grandbaby will look so adorable (and cool) in it!"
Tish Morgan
Fashion Designer/ Artist
"Extremely good quality shirt I got. I wore it to work today and numerous compliments on it. I will definitely buy more from you. Keep up the good work"
Love Nico Logo- Cardinal
Mathew Johnson
Etsy Customer

"wore it till it fell off my back"

Love Nico began as a small apparel company during the height of mom and pop silkscreen t-shirt companies in 2004. Since then we've screened over 40,000 shirts for customers, boutiques and major chains worldwide.

Custom Orders

Got an event coming up? Want some shirts done? Love Nico has teamed up with The Willy B Lab in Brooklyn, NY- experts in custom T-shirt and screen printing. We're developing new and exciting methods to bring you the highest quality custom work.
Death's Head Moth "Eat Your Heart Out" AOP Men's Tshirt

Update, shmupdate.

I’ve been busy. It’s been a while since I posted an update. That’s because I was doing what I’m supposed to do, which is designing things

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Computer Dead, who dis?

Unfortunately, it was too good to be true- they didn’t anticipate that the damn things would heat up so much that the battery would expand to push your screen clear off. This thing is bubbling like witch’s brew.

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The Learnening

Sometimes your personal learning process can take months instead of days. Onward. C I was having issues recreating my Love Nico designs in Illustrator. I’m not

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Carmen's Yemaya

Carmen’s Yemaya

This piece was originally a 16″x16″ acrylic on canvas which I sold to a co-worker in 2016. I’m not going to say I didn’t deliberately create the thing for her. But that’s only half true- the other truth is that it was made through inspired channeling, of Carmen’s soul’s “profile pic”.

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The Pinktastic Paintstick that made all those "GUNNED" shirts.

K.I.S.S. (keep it stupid, simple)

I hope I don’t have any people that are still following my work at the moment, because if I do, I must seem like the world’s biggest flake. But I swear I re-built and then tore down a brand new e-commerce website and exchanged it for a blog for a reason. Several reasons, in fact.

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