It's OK to not be OK Unisex T-Shirt
£26.00 GBP £36.00 GBP
We've partnered with Mind, the mental health charity, to produce a brand new line of high quality T-shirts featuring bespoke designs from London artist David Shillinglaw. This is It's OK to not be OK, our third black shirt in the line and the first launched after our David Shillinglaw solo exhibition, hosted by CultureLabel in partnership with Mind.
We want to shine a light on mental health and are excited to announce the eighth design in the T-shirt line. A new design has been launched every month over the course of this year.
Piece of Mind is a line with a difference - aimed at removing stigma and opening up conversations. Working in association with Mind, these unique designs will raise money and awareness for the one in four people who live with a mental health problem.
David Shillinglaw is an internationally respected and acclaimed artist, who uses his art to map his own complex thought processes. His art reveals insight into his mental processes and his drive to make sense of them. David wants to inspire others with his work and use it as a means to initiate discussion about important, but often avoided, topics.
“The work for this series is inspired by the struggle to find balance and the quest for happiness. This is an issue I feel affects all of us every day as we attempt to create a peaceful and organised mind. It seems natural at this point to apply aspects of my practice to illustrating and raising awareness of both problems and solutions associated with mental health awareness. Art has the power to create a space to ask questions without necessarily demanding answers. I am excited at the prospect of my artwork being associated with Mind and the work they are doing to support people with mental health problems”
David Shillinglaw, Artist
- Fabric: Midweight 100% Cotton Belcoro® Yarn
- Cotton/Lycra® rib crew neck.
- Twin needle stitching detail on neck, sleeves and hem.
- Limited Edition of 50 - once it's gone, it's gone!
At least 15% from the sale of this range will be donated to Mind, the mental health charity. Registered charity no, 219830.