How the humble t-shirt became a political protest tool

From its conception as an undergarment for labourers in the 19th Century, to its first reference in popular culture in F Scott Fitzgerald’s 1920 novel This Side of Paradise and universal recognition on Marlon Brando in 1951’s A Streetcar Named Desire, the t-shirt is a hugely underrated garment capable of traversing traditional gender roles in addition to hosting […]

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Juergen Teller ‘Woo!’

Juergen Teller hosted a press preview at the ICA a couple of months ago for his new exhibition ‘Woo!’ detailing his major and personal work, I was lucky enough to cover it for F.Tape – read what Juergen had to say here. It’s always interesting seeing people whose work you admire in real life, I’m […]

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