Sorry I'm Late (unisex) T-shirt + badge

T-shirt — T0036U


Unisex style (for men and women)
American Apparel, '2001'
100% fine ring-spun combed cotton
Fine Jersey cotton
Durable rib neckband
4.3oz/yd2 (146gsm)
T-shirt colour: 'Lemon' (CMYK 0-0-50-0)
Screen-printed colour: Black

Comes with a free Sorry I'm Late button badge.


Sorry I'm Late was originally designed by Richard J. Kirk for his Stereohype B.I.O. (By Invitation Only) Button Badge Series 2 contribution. One of Stereohype's most consistantly popular button badges it is really about time we made the T-shirt. The Sorry I'm Late button badge was also one of the hand-picked designs selected for themed button badge sets Stereohype manufactured for its partner Habitat (see for more info).

T-shirt sizes (American Apparel):
Chest: Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest. Be sure to keep tape level across back and comfortably loose. Waist: Measure around natural waist with a loose tape. Garment sizes are approximate and for guidance only. If in doubt please choose one size larger than usual!

Unisex style (for men and women)
Chest (cm): S 86-91, M 97-102, L 107-112, XL 117-122
Waist (cm): S 76-81, M 81-84, L 84-86, XL 91-97
Chest (inch): S 34-36, M 38-40, L 42-44, XL 46-48
Waist (inch): S 30-32, M 32-33, L 33-34, XL 36-38


Richard J. Kirk was born in 1974 in Monclova, Mexico. In 2002, after studying Communication Design at Kinston University and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, and a failed attempt at becoming a beach bum, he set up the design partnership Onepom. At Onepom he worked on a range of sports projects for the World Sports group, Parallel Media, American Express, and Evian. In 2005 he consulted on the Signature brand for Harrods, developing a range of products including the character Snooty which became a leading product line. During his time with the studio he also worked on IPO brochures, annual reports and brand applications for companies and private banks within the City of London, charitable work for Treloar’s, and The Lord Mayor’s Appeal. In 2013 after a 3 year hiatus from the design world he founded the design consultancy Manikato. Working as an independent, multi-disciplinary designer, Richard splits his time consulting with both public and private sectors on a variety of national and international projects. The practice produces print, screen and three- dimensional graphics for publishing, marketing, press, exhibition, events, retail product development and brand applications. He is a retained creative consultant within the retail sector, and creative director at the charitable foundation Musique Sans Frontières. When not working Richard can be found in his garden looking after his collection of Mentheae (Mints).

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Created by: Richard J. Kirk / Manikato

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