Wear Durban

The winning designs from Interpret Durban have found their way onto T-shirts courtesy of O’neill and Street Scene. You can now wear your Durban pride on your chest.

 

If you have no idea what Interpret Durban is, firstly, shame on you, and secondly, you can read our article on the event here.

 

Now that that’s out the way, part of the event is a design competition that sees the best designs getting printed on T-Shirts and being sold as a fundraising tool for Umthombo, a non-profit organisation that helps give street children purpose through surfing, skating, soccer, art and many other avenues. Street Scene and O’Neill teamed up to get the shirts printed and you can now buy them from The Factory Cafe (located at 369 Gale Street) for R150 a pop, and the cool cats at The Factory Cafe will give you a coffee on the house.

 

Check out this gif of the designs by Wayne Danker, Stathi Kougianos, Luc Quevauvilliers and Janan Lagerwall and then hit up The Factory Cafe to purchase your favourite. Rep your hood, wear quality threads and help out street children, all for R150.

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