BBZ, Jai Paul, Vicky Grout and more handpicked to commission tees in support of the community-led organisation
Two years on and the fight continues; Grenfell has and will remain one of the most egregious tragedies to plague the UK in recent times. The lives lost and lived will be remembered for eternity by the institutional neglect and maltreatment. Today, EVERPRESS have activated 50 artists in aid of their 50/50 campaign in support of Justice4Grenfell, the organisation cultivated days after the ordeal offering aid to victims and pressure on the government to act. 50 artists commissioned to create 50 bespoke t-shirts re-affirming the need for action.
“Visibility is important, it reflects the aims of the J4G campaign; to keep the injustices relating to Grenfell in the public domain… Wearing a T-shirt is a way of visibly demonstrating solidarity and support for those individuals and communities who are fighting for justice, and challenging others to think on this too,” Justice4Grenfell tells.
The T-shirts will be available to purchase at everpress.com Sunday Sept 30th. A one-day exhibition will also be held at London’s Protein Studios, on Thursday September 26th, before the campaign closes online.
29 August 2019