Detroit Vs. Everybody designer partners with Camaro

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Tommey Walker, Jr. created the now-iconic "Detroit vs. Everybody" T-shirt and along with it a nearly global phenomenon, garnering much acclaim. The black-and-white shirts have been worn by Big Sean, Future, Steven Colbert, Dej Loaf, and a slew of other celebrities both local and international. 

Walker will be making even more loot off of the simple design now that he's partnered with Chevrolet to create a "Camaro vs. Everybody" T-shirt that'll be available through DetroitvsEverybody.com



"Detroit vs. Everybody started as a way to express my pride in my hometown," Walker said in a release. "Camaro vs. Everybody serves the same purpose for Camaro fans who know their favorite sports car is second to none."

The shirt comes out alongside the all new 2016 Camaro as a chide to its rivals. 



"With the all-new Camaro, the team set out to transcend the traditional 'pony car,' and deliver a world-class performance car, regardless of segment," said Chevrolet's marketing director of cars Steve Majoros in a release. "The Camaro is a worthy contender for any performance car, which is perfectly summed up by Tommey Walker's trademark design."

The design is available in a men's tee, a unisex hoodie, a unisex crew neck sweatshirt, a long sleeve tee, and a women's fitted tee. Prices range from $35-$55. 

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