The controversial T-shirt worn by New London Architecture chair Peter Murray in protest of marketing rules that prevent the architects of Olympic venues from promoting their work is now available at Dezeen Super Store.
The T-shirt lists the names of architects and engineers who worked on the games but can't publicise the fact due to a marketing agreement with London 2012 organisers.
The campaign Murray started at a Creative Industries Summit in London gained pace when the RIBA posed in the shirts in front of a banner that was hung in front of its headquarters and printed with the names (below).
The shirts are available in small, medium, large and extra large and cost £20, with one pound from each sale going to Article 25, a UK organisation that helps provide shelter for victims of natural disasters.
Dezeen readers can get 10% off any Dezeen Super Store purchase (excluding sale stock and Jambox) and enter our competition to win a designer watch worth £150 by downloading this flyer and presenting it at the shop.
The T-shirts are illustrated and distributed by The What Now? Collaborative.
Dezeen Super Store
38 Monmouth Street, London WC2
1 July – 30 September 2012
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