NEXT: The future of T-shirt graphics
Next is an Australian art exhibition.
It presents the future of T-shirt graphics.
What is NEXT?
NEXT is an exhibition that celebrates street art by using T-shirt as a canvas.
Curated by Eddie Zammit, the founder of T-world (the only T-shirt journal on the planet), NEXT sets the benchmark for T-shirt graphics globally. As part of the exhibition, they displayed over 1,000+ T-shirts from over 200 international and local labels. An exclusive photography exhibition by Nicole Reed also featured some of the most influential designers, artists and label founders from the T-shirt world.
What did I do?
I provided several artworks on t-shirts and a cool logo this exhibition about the future of T-shirt graphics.
You can see the picture of the artwork I originally did while in Marseille during a previous exhibition.
Who was behind the show?
- T-world organized the exhibition in collaboration with aMBUSH Gallery.
- They then presented the group show in the beautiful Cockatoo Island in Sydney Harbor.
- Outpost Project (an art project supported by the Australian government) commissioned the event.
Here is a video presentation of the art event.
From November 4th to December 11th 2011, the intriguing industrial spaces of Sydney’s Cockatoo Island came alive with the Outpost Project – a world-class showcase of street art. Within the cavernous steel confines of the Heavy Machine Shop lied NEXT, a vibrant display of Australia’s most comprehensive collection of graphic T-shirts.
Presented by T-world and aMBUSH Gallery, NEXT was an exhibition dedicated to the past, present and future of the T-shirt industry.
Whether you’re an advocate for design, graffiti, skate, street or urban, the T-shirt is the singular identifying uniform speaking the voice of youth culture.
Thank you Eddie Zammit for inviting me to take part of this exciting group exhibition.
Discover the future of T-shirt graphics video:
Do you like NEXT? You will enjoy my artworks on t-shirts.