Lenka Collaborates with Japan’s Design Tshirt Store Graniph

By Butterboom Writers  /  September 25, 2009

Sydney’s popstar launches her debut album in Japan with a designer T-shirt.


The self-described “punk-ass art school student,” Lenka, a former Aussie teen actress who trained with Cate Blanchett now turned solo artist, is teaming up with Graniph after a great performance at this year’s Summer Sonic festival in Tokyo & Osaka to release a limited edition tee. The shirt itself was designed by James Hancock and runs for about HK$210

In addition, Graniph is also teaming up with Good50X70 to create 6 more limited tees. Good50X70 is also known as the “The Social Communication Project”, a team that wants to create awareness and spawn communication through public projects. The t-shirts’ designs are winning entries chosen from 50X70s annual poster design competition. The designs address issues such as human rights, healthcare, nuclear power and endangered species.

Go to the graniph website for purchase information, all shirts are available now and they ship to Hong Kong.


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