An exclusive excerpt from the legendary Lynne Tillman’s novel Weird Fucks.
Introducing Mya Mehmi’s very own chat show, Tea Time with Mya. Anarchic, intimate and kaleidoscopic in scope, Mya sits down with pillars of the trans community to chat about whatever the fuck she wants.
We share more about our actions and aspirations for the people and culture of Everpress.
Our search for more sustainable packaging Offering a sustainable alternative to mainstream fashion and retail systems has been one of our biggest priorities since we launched back in 2016. Last year we stepped up our commitment too, outlining a rigorous five year roadmap that will see us become climate and water positive by 2025.
An update for the Everpress community on the impact of Brexit & Covid-19 on deliveries and customs charges.
The Everpress community put their Diversity & Inclusion questions to Hustle Crew.
"On days where my animations are being screened, people tend to address me as animation director. Other days, I am an illustrator, and even rarer days some call me a musician.” Here he shares his insights on everything from finding your audience, to managing burnout, to having a backup plan.
Bold and inventive, Roshan Ramesh's work is heavily inspired by Hindu iconography, vintage gothic and tribal visual styles and queer narratives. Here they share their insights on everything from valuing your work, to bouncing back from rejection, to staying sane on social media.
A few months ago we made a commitment to accountability in the short and long term, and to building a new, better working culture for all our staff and community from the ground up. To help hold us to account, we launched our dynamic Diversity & Inclusion roadmap, laying out tangible goals and how we plan to meet them.
Launched last week, Re-Press is all about revisiting some Everpress highlights of the past year. A collection of nearly 50 designs, we’ve loved being able to go back and revisit some of our favourite campaigns of 2020 so far.
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.
Brooklyn native Myles Thompson gives us a step-by-step insight into how his 2020 Hindsight T-shirt for Earth Day came to life.
We're delving into the value of a social media presence, and how to create one on your terms. Alison Rachel, Anna Ginsburg and Michael Wilkin share their insights.
We caught up with tattoo artist Julim Rosa for a chat about her new at home studio, inspiration and Mexican Lotería cards.
EVERPRESS is continuing to operate as normal but there are delivery delays and suspensions in place for certain territories. Orders from locations where delivery suspensions are in place will be held for delivery when shipping resumes.
This week we launch Community Broadcast, a new series to help inspire, motivate and connect our community through these times of isolation.
An update for all our community, buyers and sellers alike, on some of the challenges we are facing in the coming weeks, and the steps we're taking to prepare for these obstacles.
Our talk series Everpress Meets sees us invite creatives to HQ to discuss their work. This time round, we sat down with Anthony Burrill, Amber Weaver and Fraser Muggeridge to talk typography.