An excellent article by Nerida Lennon here. Thank you Tullia Jack for the tip.
A visitor to the musuem today offered up a suggestion about a resolution to the waste material purchased along with the t-shirts! He thought it would be a convenient thing … Continue reading
The routine has become: finish a t-shirt, walk it to the gift shop (tailed by hungry customers), drop the shirt off at the cash register and watch it be sold. … Continue reading
This week the Financial Times ran an article about the oversupply of goods in China. Using the sportswear company Li Ning as an example, the article sums up a major … Continue reading
There have been several visitors who edged their way into the exhibition space, rather nervously, thinking they were intruding, or trending on a sanctuary they were not invited to enter. … Continue reading
It takes about an hour and 20 minutes to produce one white t-shirt from start to finish—chalking to stamping, with all that cutting and sewing in between. The entire 2 … Continue reading