Your news is public.It is now visible to all visitors in the news stream.
If politics was a fashion brand, nobody would wear it!
Monday, Jul 19, 2010, 9:28 PM / United Kingdom
It’s no secret many of us feel that politics lacks relevance in our lives. In fact, one of the biggest stories of the upcoming election is likely to be apathy itself. Many of these negative feelings exist because we don’t feel like we are actually being given any real choices.
Think Act Vote is a project to give us all the opportunity to share the positive choices we would make if only we got the chance.
Think Act Vote was started by a group of friends whose backgrounds are in ethical fashion, politics and design. What brought them together was a shared frustration about the negative view of politics held by so many people in the UK today and an ambition to do something about it – creating a community around the choices we make for our future.
You are invited to take part...
Think Act Vote are searching for the perfect design to make a print t-shirt championing their campaign from up and coming designers, artists and illustrators.
An online public vote will determine a shortlist of 10 designs.
The ultimate winner will be decided by the Think Act Vote judging panel, made up from some of the best-known faces in ethical fashion and design, including ethical hero Katherine Hamnett, celebrated illustrator Daisy de Villeneuve, the original ‘anti-preneur’, Cyndi Rhoades and our very own... the right honourable... judge Joe Komodo.
The winning design will be produced by Komodo and will available to purchase online and in selected shops across the UK.
For more information and to enter the competition visit > thinkactvote.org
Fabrics, Ethical Wear, Textiles, Other, Media
Markets: Other, Men's, Women's
This event isn't published in any MarketSpace.