This morning’s cuppa tee read comes from the very home of the beloved t-shirt, and what an inspiring read it was. ‘Art Without a Roof’ are a American social enterprise company, offering homeless creative minds a chance to make a difference, based in San Fransisco. Masterpieces created by homeless artists are converted to printed t-shirts […]
In today’s news, camera giants Nikon launched a selfie stick, confirming the world has finally gone self(ie) obsessed. According to Wikipedia, the selfie stick first appeared in 1984, some 16 years before a mobile phone even boasted a camera. 31 years later and the product is fast becoming a necessity of life, with the item […]
Indigo printed the t-shirts for London College of Fashion’s ‘Is Green the New Black?’ campaign and it is great to see that Vogue, the top fashion magazine, is supporting the campaign by running the story. More about the campaign on our previous ‘Is Green the New Black?‘ blog post.
A client of mine invited me to drinks and a talk he was hosting near Trafalgar Square last summer. I agreed, thinking maybe it would be a good networking opportunity, would keep my client happy and it was hardly out of my way considering Indigo is based in the City. At the same time I […]
The ethical consumerism bandwagon is more like a bullet train than a trundling horse-drawn cart, driving through more and more industries, and textiles is no exception. Many will see this as a move in the right direction – the knowledge that a little under one fortieth (2.4%) of the world’s arable land is planted with […]