T-shirts today are known as the everyday outfit. All you gotta do is pick one with a design that you enjoy, pair it with jeans or black pants, and you’re good to go, so it’s weird to imagine they started with laborers cutting their jumpsuits’ sleeves to keep cool. And although they’re seen as the epitome of laziness, designers still need to get some work done whether it’s for the front or the backside.
This another t-shirt mockup from Anamika Modok, a free resource that focuses on the backside of the apparel item so you can professionally share branding designs, typography designs, illustrations, and plenty of artwork. The t-shirt also holds folds and creases from its collar down to its body, created by the position of the young man wearing it, and those will still appear after your graphics are added so modernity and realism can be elements of your scene with this freebie which allows you to customize the t-shirt and its color via Adobe Photoshop.