I've got nothing to wear is a project responding to the ISTD (International Society of Typographic Designers) 2019 brief about Protest. The brief's main requirement was to adopt an essential typographic approach.

My chosen topic was fast-fashion, as it is the second most polluting industry in the world. Throughout the publication, I play around with the words "fast" and "fashion", creating several typographic monograms inspired by high-fashion  brands, using the screenprinting technique on paper and textiles. As the reader keeps flipping the pages, the pace of the typography increases until it is barely legible.

The piece itself is a visual metaphor about how fast-fashion cannot be sustainable anymore.



                                         




Editorial design, textiles & screen printing.









































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