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.
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.
From today until 2025; our five year plan to become a fully sustainable and ethical clothing platform.
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 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.
Type in Focus is our celebration of type, with 40 limited edition T-shirts designed in response to the theme EMOTION.
Our talk series Everpress Meets sees us invite creatives to HQ to discuss their work. This time round, we sat down with Patrick Savile, Ben Arfur and Teti Martinez to talk designing for music.
To mark the launch of our Barcelona Takeover, we spoke to four of the city's creatives – Carla Gal, Kim Van Vuuren, Ezequiel Pini, of contemporary design studio Six N. Five, and Jor Ros – to find out what makes Barcelona unique.
Alexandra Cook takes inspiration from Kawaii culture, street style and nostalgia for her eclectic range of illustrations, jewellery and more. We caught up with her in her flat/studio for a chat about her influences, inspiration, and toy collection.
From London-based Xander Zhou's Twilight Zone-inspired AW collection to Marinne Serre's examinations of a post-apolocalyptic future in Paris, Morna Fraser looks at how fashion's most compelling emerging designers are putting the future at the foreground of their work.
As fashion goes green, we’ve put together a list of the trends you can expect to see more and more of.
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.
The brainchild of Amy Tibbles, Adam-Morton Delaney, Charlie Jeffries and Scarlett Chetwin, A Change of Kit is the initiative launched to celebrate the 2019 Women’s World Cup.
We discuss the books, paintings and poetry that influence Joy’s creative process as they release their first curated collection of T-shirts featuring Liam Cobb, Joey Yu, Olivia Twist, Hannah Hill, Catherine Morton-Abuah, Ines J, NoiamReiss and Megan Bell Lucki.
Ahead of International Women's Day, HEY Studio's founder and creative director, Verònica Fuerte talks us through her creative process.
To be unique in a world that's saturated with amazing visuals is no easy feat. Somehow, though, Swedish visual artist Kom Tillbaka has found a way to navigate the world of graphic and visual art with seeming ease - maintaining a unique flavour from day one.
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.
“There has never been a more important time to speak up for freedom of expression” says Kerry Moscogiuri, Campaigns and Communications Director at Amnesty International.