We've teamed up with new London brand 1ina100 to give readers the chance to win one of three T-shirts from their inaugural collection of limited-edition designs.
Top: Untitled by Nina Lilliebjerg-Heder
Above: Isosceles Dancer by Jason Devine
Each design is silk-screened in a numbered and signed limited-edition of 100.
Above: Search by Night by Felix Melia
This competition has now closed.
Above: Anti by James Kirkup
Five 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.
Above: Mask by Felix Melia
Here are some more details from 1ina100:
1ina100 announce the launch of their first edition of collaborative T-shirts. 1ina100 is a new global platform for showcasing emerging art talent. All T-shirts are strict editions of 100 and come signed by the artist, with a unique number.
Above: Mountain rescue by Tamsyn Mystkowski
1ina100 focuses on individualism, style and a unique interest in small-scale production. Artwork is printed onto custom-made shirts, bespoke-cut to the company's chosen fit.
Above: Two Wings by Felix Melia
The founders Aldo Kahane and Freddie D Webb are always present during the silk-screening of each edition, working closely with specialist shirt manufacturers to tweak and refine the cut of the shirts. Bespoke detailing such as stitching unique to 1ina100's specifications, ensure that the shirts are more than another graphic t-shirt, "We’ve set aside a lot of time to curate and collect examples of what we believe are outstanding designs from emerging artists: the brand aims to show that carefully designed t-shirts can be more than an after thought of fashion lines, but instead regarded as something that stands out on its own."
Above: Sad World by Jason Devine
The Founders’ Philosophy:
We wanted to use a ubiquitous object as a blank canvas for artists and designers to produce high quality visual and graphic works, leading the t-shirt market in an ever-evolving fashion industry. Although we're clearly in the business of making and selling clothes, our real motivation is the art, a commitment to curating the products we release and ensuring that the people we work with are at forefront of our business. Each garment is hand-stamped and individually numbered in order to achieve our aims.
Above: System by James Kirkup
The process of silk-screening by hand is labour-intensive, however the designs produced have subtle variations from one print to the next, guaranteeing that each 1ina100 T-shirt is a unique object in its own right.
Above: The Eye by Matt Ritson
First stocked by B Store located on Savile Row, 1ina100 is now available across the UK and will launch its European presence in Berlin and Copenhagen. 1ina100 apparel is also available through several online boutiques, as well as 1ina100Store.com from December the 25th.
Congratulations to our winners! Gytaute Akstinaite in Lithuania, Alma Daskalaki from the UK and Perrine Montfort in France.
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