Supremebeing: The White Canvas Project
As a continous fan of the brand, its nice to see that the Supremebeing family will be creating events and oh so cool paint jams around the world with artists, and using the opportunity to release oh so cool limited edition tees too. These special collections of t-shirts and prints will feature artwork exclusively created for or inspired by each event.
To kick it off, in July some of the UK’s most respected and influential street artists came together to help launch the WCP. A Cambridge barn not far from the head office was transformed into a street art Mecca, with salvaged objects such as rusty 60’s advertising signs, car parts, authentic wartime helmets, ammo boxes and retro furniture all upcycled by top street artists David Walker, Mr Jago, She One, Will Barras and Bue the Warrior.
The WCP will be an on going project, with some great events to come, the first exclusive t-shirt collection to drop, of course celebrating the work of the first 5 Artists, followed by a London exhibition of their work held mid October alongside a further drop of t-shirts created in the Cambridge jam.
Check out more on the project at www.whitecanvasproject.com and just to give you a taster and a feel for the new Supremebeing WCP project check out the teaser video below, with some images of the latest tee collection…