With things hotting-up, we've taken a second to dig-out 21 of the best summer T-shirt designs launched on Everpress across the past few months.
Through Behind The Design we’re giving step-by-step insight into how our top creators approached designing some of the most-loved T-shirt designs on Everpress.
Having reviewed 2018 through a list of 31 of our favourite designs featuring established names like Ben Arfur, Jacob Wise and Joy Miessi (alongside a bright bunch of talented newcomers), we now cast our eye to a fresh selection of 20 designs that launched on our platform in the first quarter of 2019.
Ahead of International Women's Day, HEY Studio's founder and creative director, Verònica Fuerte talks us through her creative process.
Everyone has a process, from artists to designers, musicians to record labels; this process is key in shaping the final form of their work. We talk to Kelly Anna about hers.
We're tipping a huge 2019 for these 20 ground-breaking T-shirt brands, big and small.
We take a closer look at some of best T-shirt designs made and sold on Everpress in 2018, spanning illustration, design, art, music and fashion.
Over the last ten years, illustration has gained ever greater cultural currency. As well as taking advantage of new online platforms, artists have shown they're capable of more than 'just' commercial commissions – as Jean Jullien's stratospherically popular Peace for Paris symbol proves. And that is, in part, thanks to independent publisher Nobrow. Set up in 2008 as a small press, Nobrow did something few others were doing at the time and put illustration at the forefront of its books and magazines.
We caught up with Hayley and BRICK’s Editorial Director Sam Butler to talk about the power of independent publishing, all that the magazine stands for, and how it came to be...
After getting to know Josh, we weren’t content to leave it there. We had to understand the thinking behind his process more clearly, and look to tease out the lessons from his work ethic; lessons we hope will inspire and motivate others on their own creative journeys.
We sat down with Joy, on the eve of her first solo-exhibition, with a keen interest in understanding how she approached the brief, and in finding out what tips she has for other young artists.
We hit up Jess ahead of our 50/50 project with Amnesty International to talk creative process, censorship, and challenging the status quo.
Recently, Bodil encountered one of the fashion industry’s biggest global problems: counterfeiting. Counterfeiting can be a lucrative business; in 2016 the annual value of the trade was estimated at about half a trillion dollars.
Curated by the fledgeling, self-styled cultural and creative agency Eleven Eleven, Command-F is a new initiative featuring some of London's most important young talents including Shaquille-Aaron Keith, Lotte Andersen, BBZ and more, all with their own design on a range of limited-edition tees.
Get to know the names behind the world's most striking contemporary urban art.
From OG cult online Instagram sellers to the new kids on the block. Fill your feed with the best archive fashion inspiration.
Smaller, newer brands are starting to make sustainable practice integral to their work, and here we’ve selected some of our favourites.
We caught up Stephelle of MASS GOLD to talk precious metals, sexy criticism, and why studying just wasn't for her
In celebration of International Women’s Day we’ve selected 15 women who are using creativity and collaboration to challenge the political and cultural agendas crying out for positive change.
We had a chat with old skool raver turned fine artist Daniel David regarding his love of rave culture, BMX, and traditional stonemasonry.
We’ve selected 9 emerging designers that are set to do interesting things in 2018; whether that’s through collabs, deconstructing gender, reclaiming deadstock, exploring their heritage or funding their labels with a club night.
New Kickstarter-funded book Clubbed plans to explore the rich visual history of UK club culture – everything from logos and lanyards to fonts and flyers. We talk with the man behind the book - designer Rick Banks - who tells the story behind eight of his favourite examples.