It's not uncommon for musicians to get into clothing, like P. Diddy with Sean John, or the Red Hot Chili Peppers with pants, very occasionally. For tees spun from the mind of a DJ, check Unknown Soldier, now exclusively at Stel's.
The sophomore summer drop from a spinster-turned-shirtster Mathieu Schreyer (he totally used to date Rosario Dawson or something!), Soldier's a deep-thoughts line of gray-scaled graphic tees rocking iconography loosely inspired by charmingly non-specific "ideas, movements, and characters", finally giving the latter someplace to go other than the USA network. Aggressive designs include Guns (aiming pistol barrels towards anyone looking at your chest), the coiled black King Snake, and Poison, illustrating a series of deadly plants, though many botanists are quick to point out they're more afraid of you then you are of them! Less murderous, more contemplative stylings include Religion, featuring a coronated Virgin Mary, a pair of hands tattooed with the Islamic crescent/star, and the text-heavy Mind, comprised of patterned phrases like "Every Man is His Own Chief Enemy" and "Blues is Easy to Play, But Hard To Feel", which can be supported by anyone who's ever tried to finger an E7#9.
The collection rounds out with the heady call-to-action "Books are Weapons", and a pair of eyes looking out from a black burka -- all in all, enough cool styles to keep you from having to do laundry for a while, unless of course you run out of tube socks.