British charity Oxfam taps the talents of graphic designer Fergadelic, who is also recognized as Fergus Purcell to work together on a collection of custom vintage graphic tees that are sourced from Oxfam's own charity's warehouse. To honor the collaboration, the artist creates a special graphic that reads "Fight Poverty, Put People First, Champion Women's Rights."
The graphic is then decorated on a series of vibrantly tonal vintage tees in tonal contrasting finishes respective of each shirt. This collaborative project between the two marks the launch of Oxfam's pop-up location that is opening in Selfridges as a contribution of the Project Earth initiative. The location is curated by Bat Garnett and will play a role in the Second Hand September project, which encourages consumers to go a month without buying new clothing.
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