Cult clothing brand Chunk, known for its 1970s nostalgia T-shirts of Hanna-Barbara cartoon characters – such as Captain Caveman – and cut-away illustrations from JH Haynes car manuals, is bringing out a range featuring classic Monty Python artwork. Four versions – Grumpy, Policeman, Silly Walk (pictured) and Trumpet – will be available initially, designed in-house by Richard Sanders from Terry Gilliam’s original graphics. Boutique shops across the UK and branches of Harvey Nichols will stock the T-shirts, which will also be available on-line at www.chunk.uk.com from May.
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