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The Big Issue are offering 1 lucky winner the chance to win a limited edition T-shirt bundle worth £250 from The Big Issue’s new fashion brand #WEARABIGISSUE.

T-shirts have been a statement of change for generations – and now you can #DoGoodLookingGood by wearing a T-shirt from this bespoke and limited edition collection.

Eight top street and graffiti artists including Paul Insect, The Artful Dodger, Hayden Kays and Mau Mau created these thought-provoking designs exclusively for The Big Issue on themes including ocean pollution, gentrification, sex workers and climate change, each conveying a different social message.

Hayden Kays, whose design The Gift That Keeps On Taking addresses mental health, said: “My Big Issue is mental health because the mind is the most beautiful, powerful, yet dangerously fragile thing we own. We must look after our own and each other’s. I hope to represent the tightrope we all walk between being mentally well and unwell. I hope this T-shirt starts a conversation about mental health that otherwise may have gone unsaid.”

The range is available to buy online from The Big Issue Shop website which offers a platform for social trading that makes social and ethical shopping a truly accessible option for customers, giving them the opportunity to use their spending power to make a positive difference to the world we live in.

 

The Big Issue are offering 1 lucky winner the chance to win a limited edition T-shirt bundle worth £250 from The Big Issue’s new fashion brand #WEARABIGISSUE.

T-shirts have been a statement of change for generations – and now you can #DoGoodLookingGood by wearing a T-shirt from this bespoke and limited edition collection.

Eight top street and graffiti artists including Paul Insect, The Artful Dodger, Hayden Kays and Mau Mau created these thought-provoking designs exclusively for The Big Issue on themes including ocean pollution, gentrification, sex workers and climate change, each conveying a different social message.

Hayden Kays, whose design The Gift That Keeps On Taking addresses mental health, said: “My Big Issue is mental health because the mind is the most beautiful, powerful, yet dangerously fragile thing we own. We must look after our own and each other’s. I hope to represent the tightrope we all walk between being mentally well and unwell. I hope this T-shirt starts a conversation about mental health that otherwise may have gone unsaid.”

The range is available to buy online from The Big Issue Shop website which offers a platform for social trading that makes social and ethical shopping a truly accessible option for customers, giving them the opportunity to use their spending power to make a positive difference to the world we live in.

 

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