Uhl Works. The Fusion Of Fine Art And Apparel.

David Uhl, ““The Norman Rockwell of Harley-Davidson artists”  is introducing Uhl Works, the fusion of fine art and unique imprinted apparel. Through their respective artistic talents, David Uhl and graphic artist Danial James imagined and created and are introducing a radically designed art for wear to the fashion industry. As an official licensee of Harley-Davidson Motor Company since 1993, David and Danial together have already created over 500 T-shirt designs. Uhl Works now takes their apparel experience to a whole new level.

The exciting designs you see here, like most, started out as original pencil or pen drawings by David Uhl and then were brought to a whole new level by Danial James.

“Uhl Works It is a lifestyle brand from artists for people who like to wear the finest. And because it is from artists the line will consistently evolve and push the limits of design” states David Uhl.

Retail clients can order online at Uhl Works. For wholesale pricing and orders, please call Greg: 866-985-9989 or uhlworks@uhlstudios.com

11 Responses to “Uhl Works. The Fusion Of Fine Art And Apparel.”

  1. 1 Kool Parts Aug 1st, 2010 at 9:02 am

    GREAT DESIGNS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
    These will be a hot number. Best new T-Shirts designs to come along in a long time.
    GREAT JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. 2 Bigal Aug 1st, 2010 at 11:59 am

    Real, New refreshing look! Enough with the “Ed Hardley’s”, tooooooooo much below the Border look, with his design! And what’s left HD Shirts, am I over those Shirts, maybe 2 or 3 out of 300. If it wasn’t for the “Dealer Location” on the back, I would have bought 5. Ooohhhh Yeah, there are Cyrill’s Shirts except they are sized for Petite Europeans!

  3. 3 Uruz Aug 2nd, 2010 at 7:37 am

    Just looks like the rest of the over-priced T-shirts you can find at The Buckle in any mall already.

  4. 4 darryl Aug 2nd, 2010 at 7:40 am

    Uruz. Try to conceive original designs and produce tee-shirts with so much (good) artwork in it, and see what will be your cost…and your low margin. Great designs.

  5. 5 hellraiser Aug 2nd, 2010 at 10:07 am

    oh please darryl , those t shirts can be made in the states for 6.00 and overseas for 3.00. same old affliction crap all over print you just added motorcycle parts. whats next you have to have designer 200.00 jeans to go ride and look cool at cooks corner .

  6. 6 BikerMarc Aug 2nd, 2010 at 10:54 am

    Cool Ts. Real Cool. Nice to see some Ts with artistic flair.

  7. 7 RUB Aug 3rd, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    $64 for the Viridian Serpent, green Tee shirt ???? ” why does the word poser come to mind ?

  8. 8 UHL Aug 4th, 2010 at 1:08 am

    Just a clarification: A garment of this quality was not intended for all. The initial response has been outstanding.
    They are strictly designed and produced here in the USA. The concepts and artwork come from original drawings on paper, not from the internet or clip art disks. Many of the shirts are stitched by hand, not machines. These pieces simply take longer and cost more every single step of the way. I am very happy so many people do get why this approach IS different. We cant wait to show off our next batch.

  9. 9 1550tc Aug 4th, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    Nice T’s ………..real nice, as for the V necks their for Petite Europeans or pecker touchers

    last year’s Affliction 69th sturgis t’s were real nice for $39us they were a steal at the HD store in rapid city

    ed hardy isnt that line dead yet??
    that line sucks and its now a costco wanna be poser line, soon to be like von who??

    i hate when these guys whore this lines thru the bs tmz people or mass merchandise them thru retail chains

    I hope this guy stays small profitable and has a great lil niche line……..if its unique and nice with quality & 75-100 is f-all for a nice t

  10. 10 Ronny Aug 6th, 2010 at 7:07 pm

    Overpriced gay shirts… not for my bucks!

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