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CROPP knows where to find people with imagination and talent. This time CROPP invited Jan Kallwejt, a young Polish illustrator who has been getting busier and busier in Poland and abroad, to work on the collection. This cooperation resulted in the development of a special collection of men's T-shirts that you can now find in CROPP stores.

Jan Feliks Kallwejt – to give him his full name – is from Warsaw but lives and creates in Spain where he has already been pretty successful. He designed Abradab's album (“Ostatni poziom kontroli”) cover and many of you must have already come across his distinctive illustrations. Now you can also find them on men's T-shirts by CROPP.

T-shirts in optimistic summer colours feature graphics that represent an entire gallery of young people. We all know them very well from our neighbourhood (and perhaps even see them every morning in the mirror while brushing our teeth).

Among them there is the nerd who spends all day long browsing Facebook, the passionate cyclist or the confirmed eternal hipster – all of them depicted with a knowing wink. These are the people for whom the latest CROOP collection has been designed – those who like to take themselves with a pinch of salt and humour, and who at the same time are not ashamed of what their real passion is.

CROPP chose Jan Kallwejt for a very good reason. The artist is famous for his work with companies from all over Europe and the United States. He has illustrated articles along with covers for prestigious magazines such as The Guardian, Wired, Billboard and Vanity Fair, as well as the Polish editions of Newsweek and Puls Biznesu. He has also created illustrated programmes for La Scala in Milan – and this is still just a fraction of his achievements. If you want to find out something more about the works of Jan Kallwejt (and it really is worth it!), visit his website:

The special collection with illustrations by Jan Kallwejt is now available at CROPP stores all over Poland. 

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Additional information:

CROPP is a clothing brand for the young individuals who are open-minded and world-curious, who show their point of view and manifest their independence through their clothes. The collections mark out with their youthful design inspired by the street art, urban sport disciplines and music. CROPP is the urban brand that feels best in the street, clubs, everywhere the young people want to show their style and original idea to show themselves off. 

For more information contact:

Lidia Sambor
Project Manager
Marketing Cropp,
Ph. +48 665 850 043

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