Output has designed a series of T-shirts for fashion label Tired of London, inspired by Cuban revolutionary posters of the 1950s and 1960s. Output creative director Rob Coke says the work simultaneously ‘bemoans and celebrates the drudgery of city life’. The images represent ‘important things in city life – music, food and beer’, adds Coke. Available from March, visit www.tiredoflondon.com.
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