BlackArtistNews | July 28, 2014
It was a pretty cool spring for Kendrick Daye. He can fondly tell friends that when flowers stretched to bloom in early 2014, he served “Tee” in China without leaving his workspace in Brooklyn.
That feat was made possible by multinational retailer Gap who tapped Daye (better known as GREATeclectic) to affix his hip, heterogeneous visual style to their REMIX Project.
The project brought together ten leading-edge American and Chinese artists to create an exclusive collection of limited edition graphic T-shirts.
“I used to work for Gap folding shirts, now I design them,” says Daye.
The tees hit the market on May 16th and were sold in select GAP locations in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Taiwan and online.
(GREATeclectic web site)
(Gap China web site)