Violet: Limited Edition Brixton Pound Screen Printed T-Shirt

£24.00

These limited edition screen printed t-shirts have been designed by the Turpentine exclusively for the Brixton Pound. Both designs take elements from the original artwork on Brixton Pound notes, designed by Charlie Waterhouse and Clive Paul Russell of This Ain’t Rock’n’Roll.

This t-shirt design, Violet, features the iconic zigzags of Brixton’s Barrier Block (Southwyck House) and part of artwork which appeared on the first ever Brixton Pounds.

Produced as limited edition T-shirts, with only a hundred of each design printed. This batch has a serial number BP100000001 printed into the design, as featured on the first ever notes.

These Brixton Pound t-shirts are hand screen printed in the UK, using bold colours onto white 100% organic cotton jersey.

Available in unisex sizes S, M and L, please select from the options below.  

Purchase in store using Brixton Pounds for a 10% discount.

Each t-shirt is made using organic cotton material which is ethically traded and carbon neutral: manufactured solely using sustainable energy generated from wind and solar power.

All t-shirts will be shipped 1st Class Royal Mail in a polythene mailing bag. Your items will be with you within 5 working days from placing your order.

Size Guide (Chest):

S - 34 / 36

S - 38 / 40

S - 42 / 44

 

MORE ABOUT THE BRIXTION POUND, PROCEEDS OF SALE & THE DESIGN

10% of every purchase will go into the Brixton Fund, Brixton Pound’s micro-grants scheme which will support local projects which increase employment opportunities, take action for social justice, or produce activities beneficial to the local community.

Explaining the design The Turpentine’s Jude de Berker, t-shirt designer, said:

“I wanted to take elements from the Brixton Pound to create t-shirt designs that could stand on their own but also work alongside the notes. All the graphical information has been taken directly from the notes from the background lines and vivid colours to incorporating the serial number of the first ever Brixton Pound on the first 100 t-shirts of each design. I love the storytelling of Charlie Waterhouse's designs linking the notes to Brixton, so I incorporated the zigzag lines inspired by Southwyck House that feature on all the notes and the flying birds from the nuclear dawn mural on Carlton Mansions from the £10 note. It's been a pleasure working with the guys at the Brixton Pound and hopefully we've created t-shirt s that people will love to wear”

 

 

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