We have a gorgeous new range of T-shirts featuring logos linked to a moment in our history, screenprinted by local studio Wild & Kind CIC.
Women at Work
The Women at Work logo was designed by Julie Roberts in 1990 and first featured on a poster for Castlemilk Womanhouse, a project designed and delivered by Women in Profile, the women’s organisation that was to give birth to GWL. Julie Roberts was working on a key Women in Profile project in 1990, alongside artists Cathy Wilkes and Rachael Harris. This fascinating project has been documented by Alice Andrews here.
|Small||105cm (41 1/2 inches)||62cm (24 inches)||29cm (11 1/2 inches)|
|Medium||111cm (44 inches)||64cm (25 inches)||30cm (12 inches)|
|Large||117cm (46 inches)||66cm (26 inches)||31cm (12 1/2 inches)|
|XL||123cm (48 1/2 inches)||67cm (26 1/2 inches)||31cm (12 1/2 inches)|
|XXL*||122cm (48 inches)||78cm (31 inches)||23.5cm (9 inches)|
*Please note that the XXL size is a different style – it is longer than the smaller sizes, but also a ‘medium fit’ compared to the other sizes which are a ‘relaxed fit’, so it’s not actually wider at the chest. We’re looking into sourcing XXL and above sizes that are more consistent with the smaller sizes – if you’re looking for a larger size, please let us know.
Screenprinted in Bridgeton (our neighbourhood) by Wild & Kind CIC.
100% organic cotton.