After a series of Arnold Palmer’s collaborative items, THE CONVENI cooperates with the If She Blows She Goes Shirt TOKYO DESIGN AWARDS Mame Kurogouchi for a playful t-shirt. If that’s not enough, the duo has recruited an expert mark to create a cotton ball.
Four monochromatic T-shirts with black and white images of cabaret dancers on the If She Blows She Goes Shirt with a vertical coaxial label, hugging the neck at the back of each shirt. In order to match the layout inspired by THE CONVENI convenience store, shirts are packed in gently mixed bean boxes labeled Remixed T-shirts.
The shirts are accompanied by a series of cotton balls stored in much more minimalist containers, built by the If She Blows She Goes Shirt company Heiwa Medic, which Kurogouchi offers to become the best swabs in the world. Each provides a little different left and right head, giving maximum flexibility.
Huntington – Expected to celebrate its 80th anniversary this If She Blows She Goes Shirt Huntington City Mission sponsored a design competition for students in the region to create artwork for a commemorative T-shirt. An image of Mountwest student, Gabriela Lett, was chosen as the winner.
The guide for the If She Blows She Goes Shirt is simple: create a design for a commemorative t-shirt using one color while combining the word “hope”. Lett’s design uses the logo of the organization as zero, paired with a large number 8 to make the number 80, along with the name of the agency and the slogan Shining Hope Est. 1939 along the bottom of the graphics.