UFO Tone Takeover! - 2018 Mind Charity Fundraising T-Shirt


In 2017, in collaboration with ODFU Clothing, we released the first of our fundraising T-Shirts raising money for a donation to Mind. It was an amazing success with every shirt selling out helping us raise a great sum for our regularly supported charity.

I wanted to do a follow up to this, and approached Kevin Wilson of ODFU Clothing again with an idea for the new shirt. He went a step further with my basic idea for the design and decided to carry on the story of our beloved little UFO logo. Now taking over your home guitar rig, the UFO TONE TAKEOVER has begun!

The design is a 3 colour print (including underbase for a more vibrant print), with a front left chest logo design, and a large full back print.

A huge thanks to Kevin Wilson for his incredible design work, bringing a design to life. Also a special thanks to Florian from Millimetric Instruments for allowing us to use his MGS2 guitar design on the shirt, it's a beautiful addition and we're proud to have it included in the design.

ALL Profits from the sales of this fundraising shirt will be donated to MIND CHARITY (Charity number 219830). Since 2017, the Home of Tone has raised £760 with your help and support. I'd love to add to that this year too!

I have chosen to have this design printed onto Gildan Premium Cotton T's. These are 185 g/m2, 100% cotton, ring spun shirts, in their 'eurofit' for a sleeker fit in shoulders and sleeves. Ultimately I wanted this shirt to be a quality item that you'll wear time and again, and was also conscious of raising as much as possible for Mind Charity, so feel the Gildan Premium was the best way to go! They are printed professionally, using 3 colour print including Underbase to ensure a vibrant, durable print.

Main width measurement is from armpit to armpit straight across the chest -

Sizes Width (CM) Length (CM) Sleeve Center Back (CM) 
M - 49 74 46 
L - 55 76 49

Very limited stock now remains (M & L only no left) and once they're gone that's it I'm afraid as it was a limited edition print.