Carry the message.
Our brand is a message in motion. It strives to make a better world – together with you. We have taken a stand, when it comes to, how our products are produced, how they can positively impact environment and how they can fight overconsumption. Therefore, sustainability and social responsibility are fundamental elements of our way of doing business.
We have done everything possible to enable you to choose a better solution.
Jeppe Hein graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1997 and from the Städel Hochschule für bildende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main, and is widely recognized for his many exhibitions around the world.
Jeppe Hein's large installations are based on space. He plays with our senses, our body, and he twists with surprise and humor. The aim is to get art staged as art, to make us meet and not least to make us think about.
The same goes for our T-shirts. You take the message upon yourself. You make those you meet stop, think about and maybe pull on the smiley face. Because they've cracked the same code as you. Because they feel affected. Met. Inspired. Changed.
Born in 1988 in Denmark, he lives and works in Copenhagen.
Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen.
One of the must exciting artists in Danish contemporary art at the moment.
Danish artist whose sculptures and large-scale installation art employed elemental materials such as light, water, and air temperature to change the viewer’s experience of the ordinary.
From 1989 to 1995 he studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. He began to receive international attention in the early 1990s with groundbreaking sculptures and installations that employed illusory tools along with intentionally simple mechanics.
Bjarke Ingels is an architect and founder of the Bjarke Ingels Group – BIG – a design consultancy practicing within the fields of Landscape, Engineering, Architecture and Product design. Over 2 decades Bjarke and BIG have been contributing to the built environment with a socially, economically and ecologically sustainable approach to architecture and urbanism under the philosophy of Hedonistic Sustainability – the idea that sustainable buildings and cities not only are good for the environment – but actually increase the quality of life for the people inhabiting them.