Amnesty International has joined forces with custom, no-waste brand Everpress and 50 artists in order to create a collection of T-shirts that explore the concept of censorship. Designers, illustrators, photographers, cartoonists and more are taking part in the project—from Maria Falbo to Thierry Noir and more. Our pick might be BRICK magazine’s iteration: a screen-printed copy of the 1990 New York Times article titled “Obscenity or Art? Trial on Rap Lyrics Opens.” The T-shirts are available for purchase online tomorrow, and 50% of the profits go to the artist, while the remaining 50% go to charity. See more at R29.
Everpress + Amnesty International’s Censorship Collaboration