About SHUVT.

SHUVT is a brand designed from the ground up to express a feeling of euphoria, togetherness and joy that you feel when you’re at interesting places, with the people you like, listening to the music you love. Kind of visualising that surreal weird, but good feeling that comes from those points mentioned there rather than the drugs that often get mixed into the scene too.

“The rave scene is in something of a renaissance where the days of 90s raves are making a return both in music direction, social attitudes, and visual style across both the events and clothing.

All those things come together in a modern brand ‘SHUVT’ that keep those values at heart and build upon them drawing influence from the scenes and events past and present.”

“Rave Days.”

The 2019 Collection.

In the “Rave Days.” collection we look at how the media portrayed the rise of the UK rave culture of the late 1980s to early 2000s, along with key quotes, events and images from this time period with our usual abstract aesthetics applied. We will alongside our collection showcase early designs of flyers, artwork and album covers across our profiles exploring the visual sides of rave culture at the time and its impact on the modern Techno, House & Rave scene globally.

Collection/c.33 was also the first time we reached out to outside artists and was made in direct collaboration with North England based Illustrator & Artist Thomas Gotts (TFG_Designs). Toms Vibrant illustrations and surrealist takes on traditional line based illustration style worked in perfect synergy with our visions and sketches of capturing the often abstract ‘Rave Identity’. William Finch (WilliamFinchDesign) then took ‘The Mask” base design applying his signature hand drawn minimal style for our capsule #3 main icon on new brand logo.

“(b) “music” includes sounds wholly or predominantly characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats.” -c.33

“It’s about politicians making laws on the basis of judging people’s lifestyles, and that’s no way to make laws.”  -John Savage

“Rave Days.”

The 2019 Collection.

In the “Rave Days.” collection we look at how the media portrayed the rise of the UK rave culture of the late 1980s to early 2000s, along with key quotes, events and images from this time period with our usual abstract aesthetics applied. We will alongside our collection showcase early designs of flyers, artwork and album covers across our profiles exploring the visual sides of rave culture at the time and its impact on the modern Techno, House & Rave scene globally.

Collection/c.33 was also the first time we reached out to outside artists and was made in direct collaboration with North England based Illustrator & Artist Thomas Gotts (TFG_Designs). Toms Vibrant illustrations and surrealist takes on traditional line based illustration style worked in perfect synergy with our visions and sketches of capturing the often abstract ‘Rave Identity’. William Finch (WilliamFinchDesign) then took ‘The Mask” base design applying his signature hand drawn minimal style for our capsule #3 main icon on new brand logo.

“(b) “music” includes sounds wholly or predominantly characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats.” -c.33

“It’s about politicians making laws on the basis of judging people’s lifestyles, and that’s no way to make laws.”  -John Savage

Our Eco-Policy

The Environment is Important to Us.

  1. We use  OEKO-TEX® approved Ink (they don’t contain any regulated or unregulated chemicals harmful to the environment).
    All the excess and waste cardboard and paper we produce is recycled.
    Waste ink is unavoidable, but we dispose of ours responsibily.
  2. Failed prints are also unavoidable sometimes, all products that failed quality checks will be donated to charity.
  3. DPD, one of our delivery partners, have a carbon neutral commitment.
  4. All the packaging used to ship all orders is either 100% recyclable or biodeg­ra­dable, or both.