The Burger Movement is basically a Kuwaiti clothing store that has a lot to do with burgers. “The idea is to display our tshirts on ovens, grills, condiment bars & dummy fridges.” There shirts are made locally and regionally. The Burger Movement team explained to me how idea started out of the blue at Scoozi Cafe in Boston.[Website]
“It all started when I was having a burger at Scoozi Cafe in Boston during the time I was a college student. A good buddy of mine was sitting across from me as I took another epic bite of their Original Burger, and when he looked up at me – he saw the burger between my hands covering my tshirt and told me that he can totally see that burger printed on an actual shirt.
Since I’m so passionate about burgers & fashion (in that order), his idea made perfect sense to me and I started to scribble down some designs on paper and approached one of my graphic designer friends who transformed my designs to digital pieces provided they were kept basic and simplistic.
When the designs were ready I printed a few on some crappy old tshirts and gave them out to my close buddies (no BO I promise) who fell in love with it instantly. I promised I would save this idea till I got back to Kuwait. 2 years & 5 months later, The Burger Movement came to fruition.
One day we hope to start a Burger Joint that sells tshirts instead of burgers. The idea is to display our tshirts on ovens, grills, condiment bars & dummy fridges.
This is The Burger Movement in a nutshell.“