365 t-shirts in 365 days

Published:  July 13, 2012
365 t-shirts in 365 days

From next week, 365 days will have passed and 365 t-shirts will have been designed since Josephmark launched its studio initiative Made in the Now (MITN).

It’s quite a feat, but the MITN team have effortlessly run their daily t-shirt design project from their Brisbane HQ, and utilised the skills of nearly 200 designers to respond to the daily breaking news story chosen (which is then only available for sale for the next 24 hours).

As a way to celebrate the past year, the ’24-hour availability restriction’ is being lifted and MITN is throwing open the back catalogue, giving everyone access to all 365 designs.

Over the past year, MITN tees have covered everything from Italian earthquakes to Iranian oil dramas, via the passing of Steve Jobs, Whitney Houston and MCA. With free worldwide shipping and a commitment to sustainability, MITN tees are produced locally and to order, and sent out within efficient, reusable packaging.

MITN is also marking a whole year of tees with a party at Substation No. 4 in Brisbane, Australia on Thursday 19 July. RSVP here.

Shirt #338, June 19, 2012. Researchers have come out and said that increasing levels of fatness around the world could have the same impact on global resources as an extra billion people. Brisbane-based Seana Seeto dished up a clever design to satisfy the masses.

Shirt #287, April 29, 2012. Australian Thoroughbred racehorse Black Caviar, widely regarded as the best sprinter in the world, set an Australasian record of 20 straight wins from 20 starts. Brisbane-based Amy Christensen brought us a simple yet effective design illustrating that magical record-breaking number.

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