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Since 1990, T-shirt culture has boomed worldwide, but Melbourne really got started in the ‘80s. A joint collaboration between Just Another, NGV Studio and T-world, TEES: Exposing Melbourne’s T-shirt culture examines and dissects the last 25 years of the city’s graphics on cotton through the eyes of avid T-shirt collector Eddie Zammit. Zammit digs into his 4,500+ tee collection to uncover influential items that demonstrate the power of Melbourne’s T-shirt past and its future direction.

On display at NGV Studio (Federation Square) from 7 December 2012 to 17 February 2013.

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Featuring:
500+ T-shirts from Melbourne artists, brands, designers
30 exclusive portrait photographs by Nicole Reed
4 cabinets worth of T-shirt details

Melbourne and T-shirts. They just go together.

TEES: Exposing Melbourne’s T-shirt culture from T-world on Vimeo.

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