There is a market for Hip-Hop and Afro-American legends and you are right, not much Legit goods out there.lousentdreem said:I havent come accross any sites selling
selling tees to the gangster set or urban kids. What I see is (since I live in the ghetto) stolen copyrighted designs reproduced at very low quality- and thug wear that has stupid little phrases and images of guns and dollar bills. These low quality tees sell for $10 and I was told sell emtremely well.
There's gotta be a market that demands better quality, art and I'm sure is willing to pay for it.
However, not just in this market sector but in others too, like the punk goth etc.
Here is whats been happening for the past few years. Teens go to places to make and design their own shirts. They use their imagination, basic letters and transfer designs to create their own one of a kind stuff, this is where the majority of cool hipsters find their place. So not all Teens have fallen into the Knock-off Designs and the Guns.