Creative Apparel Concepts introduces a new line of 3 -D photorealistic tops to rave reviews at recent Nationwide trade shows

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Imagine wearing a three dimensional T shirt that looks so real you'll gasp when you find out it's just a picture!

FAUX REAL the new line of photo realistic, novelty T’s, which depicts photorealistic designs on t-shirts using an innovative process to create authentic-looking images, is bursting on to the retail market this Spring after an impressive debut at recent apparel industry trade shows. With impressive orders as well as receiving rave reviews from retailers and local media, Faux Real is quickly expanding their outreach outside the US. Faux Real booked local as well as international retailers including Spencer Gifts, Six Flags and popular stores in Germany and Hong Kong. Jeff Gray, of Faux Real’s parent company Creative Apparel Concepts, says, “The line is really showing enormous potential – commercially and creatively. We’re already planning on new designs that delivers on the possibilities that can be executed with this kind of technology and manufacturing.”

Faux Real was conceived by Creative Apparel Concepts, owners of the popular sleep and loungewear line Munki Munki and Toast and Jammies as well as Ladies Licensed Collegiate Apparel. As with the manufacturer’s main line, Faux Real is intended to engender a whimsical approach to casual wear with its tongue-in-cheek designs. Founded by three brothers, Scott, Jeff and Ben Gray, Creative Apparel Concepts has been manufacturing fine quality men’s, women’s and children’s garments with original and distinct prints for over a decade. Faux Real T’s start at $25 and can be purchased at

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