Trekstock, the music and fashion charity raising awareness and support for young people with cancer, have announced details of it’s 10,000 HEARTS T-SHIRT CAMPAIGN which launches tonight in central London in a Pop-Up Shop.
Trekstock have collaborated with ten international bands/artists with a UK presence over the upcoming festival season, to design a limited edition charity t-shirt, kindly supplied by fashion brand Gio Goi. Designs will be coming from Bloc Party, Delphic, Devendra Banhart, Ellie Goulding, Foals, The Horrors, Little Boots, Local Natives, The Maccabees, Yeasayer and a very special design in support of Save BBC 6Music. All t-shirts will be priced at £10 and will be available at the pop-up shop from 1 July — 15.
The pop-up store will be doubling up as a gallery space to help bring the place alive, exhibiting exclusively commissioned and donated artworks by some of the U.K’s leading names in street art. Artists include; Eine, Eelus, Blam, David Walker, Mysterious Al, Probs, Motorboy, Stika, photographer Alex Bartsch, and our favourite German; Ronzo!
The works will be on display for the duration of the pop-up shop, with an added opportunity to win works via an online competition at the end of the event.
‘10,000 Hearts’ Pop-up store | 65-67 Broadwick Street | W1
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