London-based merchandise label Everpress has recruited 50 artists for its “50/50” charity collection with Amnesty International. The list of collaborators sees creatives from a number of fields come together, with the likes of designer Liam Hodges, rapper Octavian and photographer and director Dexter Navy. Other collaborators include COPSON’s Maria Falbo, design collective ASSID and BRICK magazine.
Each of the 50 T-shirt designs will be based around the theme of censorship, with variations looking at topics such as mass surveillance and cyber censorship. The full collection will be displayed at London’s Protein Studios from May 31, with the tees being available for sale at the same time. Each T-shirt will cost £25, with all of the proceeds going to Amnesty International.
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