googoo&gaga kids clothes, designed and made in the Philippines, is a collection of art-driven onesies and t-shirts for babies and children ages 0 to 14 years. Inspired by the hot, colorful, and chaotic surroundings of Manila, each limited-edition piece is created with a dose of love, a pinch of madness, and full color, super-soft, all-over sublimation printing.
Born in 2008, googoo&gaga was created by husband and wife team AJ and Audrey Dimarucot. AJ is an artist specializing in t-shirt graphics who has designed for the late Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys and the band Panic at the Disco. He has won several design contests at Threadless.com and Designbyhumans.com. His current clients include Nike and Adidas.
Our collections feature all-over, bold-colored prints. Themes vary from nature, animal, peace and floral prints for the girls to urban culture, music, and tattoo-inspired graphics for the boys. Girls designs feature a wide range of bright pink, aqua, and purple tones and the boys range feature darker hues of blues, grays, and greens.
The colors and graphics are not predetermined the and are always a result of the designer’s whim. The style in which all of designs are made always involve a little bit of madness from inception to the finished product. – AJ and Audrey Dimarucot
googoo&gaga Inspired by the Sea Collection
For the Spring Summer 2014, googoo&gaga is inspired by the sea. You’ll find collection baby onesies and kids t-shirts with images of jellyfish, octopus, sail boats, anchor motifs, shark fins, nautical flags, a light house, a world map and a creative reinvention of the classic striped t-shirt.
Also, in 2014 googoo&gaga is introducing new home collection of pillows in three different sizes, all with their signature all-over sublimation printing technique with non-toxic ink.
Kudos to googoo&gaga who in just four years have created a unique brand of art-driven kids t-shirt with distributors or sales points in Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, the United States, Japan, the Middle East, Canada, Germany and France.