Method and Materials
Alfafa New York posters are printed on premium Italian heavy cardstocks that are perfect for fine art prints and collectible posters. Supplied by Gruppo Cordenons of Milan, Italy, these deluxe papers give our posters high contrast, crease resistance, and long life.
White and ivory posters:
Alfalfa New York posters are professionally packaged and securely shipped almost anywhere in the world.
Alfalfa New York t-shirts reflect the same level of quality we put into our graphic design practice. They are made with only the best materials and the best cuts for a fit and feel you will love.
Both our men’s cut and our women’s cut have a flattering slim look. Quality construction includes rib collars, reinforced shoulders, side seams, double-needle sleeve and bottom hems, and a tag-free label for comfort.
The result is the t-shirt that’s destined to become your new best friend!
T-shirts with perfect cuts and construction
Alfalfa New York t-shirts are made from 100% Peruvian pima cotton. The pima plant yields cotton with unusually long, silky fibers. It is prized by luxury and up-market brands worldwide for its superb resilience and drape. Not only silky soft, lightweight, and resilient, pima cotton is also strong, durable, and colorfast. It originated in Peru, where the domestication of the pima plant can be traced back to 4200 BC in ancient Ancon.
Feel the difference when you put on a 100% pima cotton t-shirt from Alfalfa New York.
Made from Peruvian pima, the world’s best cotton
Alfalfa New York tote bags are made from sturdy, washable, natural cotton canvas. And they are sized perfectly for commuting, shopping, or traveling.
Both sides of our tote bags are silk-screen printed. Plus, strong nylon strap handles are cut in just the right length to work equally well in the hand or over the shoulder.
Alfalfa New York tote bags are designed to carry it all, including a little attitude!
Alfalfabet is Rafael Esquer’s original collection of display fonts. It was inspired by the “impossible objects” of Reutersvärd, Escher, and the Penroses.
From A to Z, the impossible letterforms of Alfalfabet trick the eye with the illusion of 3D shapes that shift perspective in paradoxical ways.
The Alfalfabet collection contains 2 families and 6 fonts: