This is the Asian Rounder and this is my first post. I’m starting a new thread called T-shirtspotting that will feature random t- shirts I’ve seen or bought around the world.

The above t-shirt was purchased in Bangkok, Thailand at the Monkey See shop which is located at Central World. I’ve done some searches online in both Thai and English however I have not been able to locate a website.

It’s unfortunate the don’t have an online presence because they offer up some pretty cool designs. I asked the clerk at the store, and they are a Thai owned t-shirt company that supposedly has around 5 stores in Thailand.

The featured shirt was one of many t-shirts I purchased. I loved the combination of Jesus, Elvis with a playing card. The splash paint in white was  printed with a special raised fuzzy ink. Overall pretty cool t-shirt! Plus, I think I only paid about 500 baht or around $14 US dollars.

If you are ever in Bangkok, be sure to stop by a Monkey See shop and check out their cool designs!

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19 Thoughts on “Monkey See Original Street Wear | T-shirtspotting

  1. You have bought a copy. This is an expensive uk brand

  2. Swannygrl on April 22, 2009 at 5:28 am said:

    I visited the store in Bangkok in July 2008 and also bought a few shirts. I love the designs and imagination and wish i would have bought more. The shirts i bought were more like 30$ Canadian. I also looked for the store on the web when i came home.
    If it is a UK copy….what it the brand name?

  3. I can’t find any information online about this company in Thailand or the UK… If it is supposedly an expensive UK brand you would assume they would have a website… Whether or not the Thai brand is a knock or not I’m really not sure.. Regardless the Monkey See t-shirts I bought in Bangkok are comfortable and the designs are pretty cool!

  4. joe bloggs on June 18, 2009 at 5:43 pm said:

    its a copy, i know because i designed the original for elvis jesus, just search it on google.

  5. Adeline on July 24, 2009 at 8:09 am said:

    Hi !

    I’m french and as you guys I love monkey see designs, I found their Facebook page : http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=23742289450 and their website : http://www.apedenmark.dk/KONTAKT.html

    it Danish company… that’s a shame that they don’t distribute their stuff in Europe !

  6. happy I found you. Thank god for Google!

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  9. Alexander on May 15, 2010 at 5:46 pm said:

    I’ve bought some of these tshirts in BKK last month. They are awsome but pretty expensive (approx 30usd per tshirt). New collection is very nice. I wish I can purchase them online.

  10. Monkey See must have raised its prices! I’m actually heading to BKK in June, and I was planning on visiting Monkey See to pick-up a few t-shirts. Although I really don’t want to spend 1000 Baht on a t-shirt, when there are some really cool t-shirts to be had for around 100 Baht elsewhere in Thailand.

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  16. wannabuy on June 17, 2013 at 5:27 pm said:

    so…how can i buy monkey see T-shirts? cant find nothing on the web..plz ppl.if someone knows.

  17. 101teesadmin on July 26, 2013 at 2:45 am said:

    Central World Plaza in Bangkok (formerly known as the World Trade Center Bangkok) used to have a Monkey See store. However, in 2010 the World Trade Center was burned downed (or bombed), and subsequently remodeled. Since then I have not been able to find a Monkey See store. However, I did find and buy some Monkey See t-shirts at the Mega Bangna shopping mall last summer (2012). If I remember correctly there was a Monkey See store in Pattaya as well, but I have never been there myself. So, Monkey See t-shirts are available, but you probably have to make a trip to Thailand to buy one!

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  19. Julia on August 9, 2013 at 2:33 am said:

    I actually bought 2 for myself when I was in Thailand, in Pattaya in some big mall. They had a great choice of really cool things to wear and the price was about 1200-1300 Baht. One of them was on sale for about 750 Baht. I would love to have their store closer to me haha 🙂

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