The 'critical' t-shirt is designed for The White Pube by Benjie Cluness. The shirts are available in sizes Small to 3XL, and they are Gildan softstyle tees printed by Screen14 in Liverpool  with the word 'critical' screenprinted in all lower case.

 

Can't believe we finally have merchandise! Really hope you like it & use it to feel empowered to make the world around you a better place. We don't want to be a part of an art world that is racist, ableist, transphobic, homophobic, classist or sexist and think we should all be working towards a safer and fairer industry for all. Call it out, call it in, be critical. Do it all for the cause.

 

* fun fact, years and years ago when we curated a film screening called Nanny Cam, one of the exhibitors, Benjie Cluness, met us in Edinburgh with t-shirts he had made for us with the word 'critical' on (as well as our initials and 'the white pube' on the sleeve). We looo--oveov--oved them, and so we got back in touch with him to commission this design for our first legitimate Merchandise Thing.

critical t-shirt (white)

£20.00Price
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