‘1948’ FOR THE NHS: Three Creatives Collaborate To Create A Sustainable T-shirt Raising Money For The NHS [@jazzgrantstudio] [@rachelchinouriri] [@tar.town]

Singer and songwriter Rachel chinouriri has collaborated with artist Jazz Grant and Ben Smallwood in support of the NHS. The trio have created a cool retro t-shirt inspired by the NHS with 100% of the proceeds going towards funding the NHS during an absolutely crucial time. The T-shirt called ‘1948 For The NHS’ is made from 100% Fair Wear Foundation Combed Organic Cotton Jersey and shows a collaged black and white photo of three nurses walking in their uniform with a cool graphic effect and editing. The conscious thought behind this creation is just another example of how the fashion industry using some creativity and resources can help out during such a devastating time for many. It’s encouraging to see people going out of their way to create and raise money on behalf of the NHS. 

We are seeing more and more brands coming out with conscious ways to help the planet, now is certainly the time to help out where we can, the release of these t-shirts provides the perfect example of how smaller businesses and individuals can help make a difference simply through using their talents and social media platforms.

The t-shirts are available for pre-order now until the 15th of April in order to reduce the need to manufacture more than unnecessary and prevent waste. 

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