Long a way to loudly express an opinion without saying a word, T-shirts and their designers and wearers have become more and more effective at conveying large ideas with simple graphics and few words. Exploring T-shirts as an independent form of media used to turn heads and change minds, this book shows young people using their bodies as billboards to stimulate debate. Independent designers and the way they are using the T-shirt to grab attention and agitate is given focus. Anyone into street style and fashion will be interested in this document, with images that include limited edition T-shirts from both well-known artists and cult designers such as Katherine Hamnett, Tight Knickers, and SEEE.
Buy Protest T-Shirts book by Graffito Books from Australia's Online Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(254mm x 216mm x 23mm)
Publisher: Graffito Books Ltd
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