Work Space For a long period I moved around a lot, so I’ve never had the chance to set up a studio. Everything had to be kept as small and as simple as possible, to make packing up and moving easy. My setup was very much premised on the idea of travelling light, so I […]
For Our Customers None of our customers, either in the U.K. or in the E.U., will have any new custom charges added to their order. So there will be no extra costs to any order you place with us. We’ll be doing our best to manage this on our side, but as things don’t always […]
Studio This is my workspace, where I draw and sketch out ideas. I like having lots of past work pinned up to motivate and inspire me. Bigboy Zine Bigboy has been my sweet friend and a big inspiration for me both artistically and personally for the past few years. The way they use colour in […]
What do I do if I feel like I’m being discriminated against at work? How do I go about navigating the right conversations safely? KARYS: Discrimination is the reality for lots of people and is incredibly scary, especially when you consider how much time we spend working. I think the first step to this is […]
A Step Back Creatives were hit hard by the pandemic, with many in the music industry losing income instantly through cancelled gigs and closed venues, and those in wider creative industries finding their projects were put on hold due to uncertainty, with the knock-on effects of clients tightening budgets too. But it’s true also that […]
Club Quarantaene – Stay Home Starting out as a 36-hour virtual rave, Club Quarantaene became an international online club, hosting a remote party series through global lockdowns with sets from the likes of Ben UFO, Jayda G, Beautiful Swimmers and more. In a time when the music industry is especially under threat, merch has been […]
WORKING WITH LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE True to the adage that every cloud has a silver lining, WAVLNGTH was born out of founder Aneesha Kotwani’s creative differences in an earlier work environment, and her subsequent realisation of the importance of mutual understanding when it comes to creative working relationships. “WAVLNGTH started in 2016 after an unfortunate creative […]
Help! Where do I even start? I think starting is the hardest part, as there is a fear associated with your ideas not being good enough. However, it helps to bear in mind that when you manage to overcome that fear and take a carefree approach, the result will be that a vision that only […]
Help! Where do I even start? Start by researching, making and testing. Go to galleries, watch talks, buy books and talk to people. Find out what materials work best for you, and think broadly about things like what size you are most comfortable working at, and how long on average it takes you to get […]
Help! Where do I even start? If you are worried about time, remember that you are the youngest you can ever be in this very moment, so just do. If you are intimidated, figure out what your ideals are (that is, what you want to do) and find a middle ground between that and what […]
Help! Where do I start? Start by making whatever it is you want to make. If you don’t know what that is, notice what inspires you, the kinds of imagery, styles and colours that resonate with you. Make a mood board! It can be as easy as just creating a folder in your Instagram saved […]
PROGRESS HIGHLIGHTS Introducing Our Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Manager We now have our Diversity, Inclusion and Equity manager; Karys Coker (pronouns she/her). If you’re curious, or just want to put a face to a name, her Linkedin profile is here. As part of her role, she’ll be running the community updates and fielding and questions […]
FRENDZ.CLUB – Endless Feelings FRENDZ.CLUB’s FRENDZ for CHARITY (F(4C)) series saw the creative agency invite collaborators spanning art, culture and music to design T-shirts for a cause across the month of April. In August, the team reprised F(4C) to launch their Endless Feelings tee in solidarity with Beirut, with all profits going to the […]
Acclaimed Notting Hill Carnival costume designer Clary Salandy shares her insights into the history of carnival, the role of costumes, and the importance of the online celebration.
Mikey Dread, one half of legendary sound system Channel One, shares his insights into what it takes to run a sound system, the silver linings of 2020’s online celebration and what Notting Hill Carnival means to him.
Ahead of Notting Hill Carnival’s first ever online celebration, we caught up with Riaz Phillips to chat the role of food in communities, what Carnival means to him, and keeping the Carnival spirit alive.
Photographer Ian Watts has been documenting Notting Hill Carnival since the '70s. We caught up with him for his insights into his own beginnings with Notting Hill Carnival, the difficulties of carnival’s media portrayal, and what the celebration means to him.
Design studio Humana's 'Future Print Club' project aims to focus the power of collaboration on building a better future. We caught up with him to chat design ethos, collaboration, and why T-shirts were the best medium for their message.
Art director and graphic designer Matouš Marťák's Allergic Club T-shirt aimed to turn his coeliac diagnosis into something positive. We caught up with him to chat inspiration, defying expectations and how selling T-shirts helped pay his rent.
A T-shirt charity fundraiser tends to serve two important purposes. Not only do they help raise vital funds, but they’ll spread a message too, bringing word of the cause to a new audience. Here we list 11 of our favourite charity T-shirt designs. Highlighting some of the best charity T-shirt designs made and sold on Everpress so far.
From today until 2025; our five year plan to become a fully sustainable and ethical clothing platform.
Why collaboration works with Holly St Clair, Martina Martian, María Medem, Poppy Crew, Miles Tewson and Kris Andrew Small.