Wagamama’s Extra Extra Large T-shirts

Visitors to London’s Spitalfields market yesterday might have noticed some live drawing activity on a seven foot tall, three-sided T-shirt shaped installation…

Visitors to London’s Spitalfields market yesterday might have noticed some live drawing activity on a seven foot tall, three-sided T-shirt shaped installation…

The drawing event, organised by Intercity, saw illustrators Adam Hayes, Billie Jean and ContainerPLUS each customise one side of the installation to launch a new competition by Japanese noodle restaurant chain Wagamama – to design new Wagamama staff T-shirts. The competition, called Positive Design is aimed at students and young professionals – part of the first prize will be a work placement with ContainerPLUS…

Billie Jean created a Peter Blake style badges (pin, button and sew on) and medals design on his 7 foot high “T-shirt”

Adam Hayes mixed up images of food, art objects and hand-drawn type

and ContainerPLUS took a bowl of noodles as inspiration for their artwork

The artwork will remain on display in Spitalfields for a week (until October 8). Full details of the competition can be found here: wagamama.com/positivedesign

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