The Royal College of Art launch ‘RCA T-Shirt Shop’, a project that explores what T-Shirt design means in today’s unpredictable world and raise funds to support students attending the RCA.
For almost a century the printed T-Shirt has been used as a means of communication; a political statement, a message of subculture allegiance or simply to tell everyone your new favourite band.
The RCA has gathered a selection of RCA students, graduates, alumni and dear friends and asked them to design their version of the humble printed T.
As expected, an incredibly wide and eclectic array of graphics were created by these talented artists exploring a vast array of today’s concerns including gender identity, body image, racial issues and the concept of digital clothing.
All profits will be used to create bursary scholarships for students.