Teaming up with the (PRODUCT)RED Campaign for another go round, American brand/retailer Gap look towards a selection of new artists for their latest Artist Series collabs. Tokyo-based illustrator Hiroshi Tanabe, Norwegian graphic designer StatAttak, and Brighton-based illustrator Steve Wilson were chosen as participants in this seasons batch of tees. Each t-shirt will be retailing for $28 USD with 50% of gross profits benefiting the Global Fund, which is working to battle AIDS in the grief-stricken country of Africa.
Hiroshi Tanabe is “an illustrator with a degree from Tama Art College in Tokyo. [He] is known for his distinguished illustrations that emulate the clean lines of traditional Japanese woodcuts.”
StatAttak “is designed by Thomas Brodahl, a graphic designer from Bergen, Norway, who launched his career with his visionary web creations. His designs are rooted in his belief that reason, imagination and communication are keys to the human process.”
Steve Wilson is “a Brighton-based illustrator, harnesses the spontaneity of pen, pencil, collage and digital mediums to create art that’s as eclectic as his influences – which include circus imagery, tribal art and ‘70s rock posters.”
Source: The Fashionisto