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To celebrate the painting of the Williamsburg wall by Fandangoe Kid we printed this royal t-shirt.  The artist was trained in graphic design at LCC. These days, her artistry is about creating platforms for open conversations about difficult and complex subject matters. Her work took this direction following the loss of almost all of her family in 2011, changing her perspective on everything Annie had known to date. In 2015, she made a documentary with filmmaker and photographer, Tara Darby, about her experience, looking more broadly at death and trauma and how we approach it in western society, and why we often are unable to talk about such a vital subject matter, one that affects all of us. Since then, Annie has made a number of narrative driven installations ranging from stories about mental health, the importance of removing traditional and restrictive gender constructs, many tales of love and loss and thoughts on what it is to be a human being in our complex world. She has over a decade of experience in working with young people and set up an art department in a new school in the neighbourhood four years ago with a progressive art therapy focus, the aim being to encourage young people to understand themselves better through creativity. Annie's bold work has featured in the Turner Prize series of events in Hull City Of Culture 2017, Peckham Levels, Bristol University, and internationally in New York, Lisbon, Madrid and Sydney.  Check out

  • 100% cotton
  • Imported t-shirt
  • Printed in New York City