Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo teamed up with the MoMA for a series of T-shirts for the MoMA x UT — Message Art Now! Line. UT stands for "Uniqlo Tops," the company's rotating selection of printed T-shirt collaborations. MoMA PS1 Director and MoMA's Chief Curator at Large, Klaus Biesenbach, enlisted artists Carlos Amorales, Emily Roysdon, Studio SM, DETEXT, Franklin Evans, Matthew Brannon, and Lize Mogel to design the capsule collection.
According to Uniqlo: "These artists are among the most innovating within their disciplines and most dynamic in diverse works addressing a range of issues important to the global community." Every MoMA x UT purchase supports The Museum of Modern Art. The shirts are pretty affordable at $19.90 each, so consider being a good patron and copping more than one. [Uniqlo]