Another legendary concept from Supremebeing - the White Canvas Project will see them hosting paint jams around the globe with specially invited artists and friends coming to create limited edition runs of prints on their favourite canvas: the humble white t-shirt.
For the first installment of the WCP, Supremebeing wanted to work with a selection of their most treasured artists and comrades. So for a few sunny days in July some of the UK’s most respected and influential street artists came together to help launch the WCP. A Cambridge barn not far from the head office was transformed into a street art Mecca, with salvaged objects such as rusty 60’s advertising signs, car parts, authentic wartime helmets, ammo boxes and retro furniture all upcycled by top street artists David Walker, Mr Jago, She One, Will Barras and Bue the Warrior.
Their work inspired the first print run of the WCP and it ain't half bad. Launched on Thursday it's now for sale here - there's also a pretty rad video to watch the artists at work. It's definitely a 'break time' fix. Enjoy.
Will Barras Tee
Bue The Warrior Tee
Mr Jago Tee
David Walker Tee