The T-shirts are available in a range of styles; unisex Ts, female box Ts and female A-line T-shirt dresses.
See the full range of designs and styles on the Graniph website.
This competition is now closed.
Ten winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.
Graniph are also looking for suggestions of new artists to work with. Tweet your suggestions mentioning @graniph_updates for a chance of seeing their designs on future Graniph T-shirts.
Here's a little information from Graniph about the collaboration:
Archigram x graniph collaboration: The visionary, anti-heroic and pro-consumer images of 1960's avant-garde architecture group Archigram return to graniph for a major collaboration!
Archigram, an avant-garde architectural group formed in the 1960s - based in London and teaching at the Architectural Association - looked to a future which could be antiheroic and pro-consumer.
Drawing inspiration from new technologies in order to suggest an alternative reality that they visualised through a series of hypothetical projects.
Committed to a 'high tech', light weight, transient, infra-structural approach that was focused towards the individual and survival.
The group explored the technologies of responsive environments, of mobility and of capsules and expressed their concepts with popular imagery.
Their works offered a seductive vision of a possible glamorous and optimistic future.
Congratulations to our winners! Aparna Joshi and Thomas Faye from the UK, Marina Knezevic in Serbia, Bernabé Pico Estrada in Argentina, Linas Ulickas in Lithuania, Emilien Epale in France, Genoveva Hega Densana Medyani from Indonesia and Daniel Istrate, Rosalia Restituyo and Samuel Ludwig from the USA.