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Opening Ceremony Pledges of Allegiance Box Set

style: ST200229

$1500

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   PRODUCT + SHIPPING INFO

  • Proceeds of each Box Set will support Creative Time and their groundbreaking art programs
  • Each set is made to order and will ship starting August
  • Available to ship in the US only
  • LIMITED TIME ONLY: May 4th - June 30th
  • ONLINE ONLY
  • FINAL SALE

    DESCRIPTION

    The Pledges of Allegiance Box Set is part of the new collaboration project between Creative Time, Alix Browne, Cian Browne, and Opening Ceremony. Each sweatshirt and T-shirt style displays a flag designed by the featured artist, which represents a message they are passionate about, or a cause worth fighting for. Participating artists include Tania Bruguera, Jeremy Deller, Ann Hamilton, Robert Longo, Josephine Meckseper, Marilyn Minter, Vik Muniz, Ahmet Ogut, Yoko Ono, Trevor Paglen, Pedro Reyes, Rirkrit Tiravanija. Read more on Creative Time and Pledges of Allegiance here.

  • The Box Set includes: 9 T-shirts, 2 sweatshirts and 1 hoodie
  • T-shirts: 100% cotton
  • Sweatshirts: 50% cotton, 50% polyester
  • Printed in USA

DESIGNER

Opening Ceremony teams up with Creative Time, a New York-based nonprofit arts organization, to release a collaborative project called Pledges of Allegiance. Through the Pledges of Allegiance project, artists are invited to create a flag that speaks to a message they are passionate about, or a cause worth fighting for. The flags will then be flown across NYC and potentially beyond. Participating artists for the launch of the project include Tania Bruguera, Jeremy Deller, Ann Hamilton, Robert Longo, Josephine Meckseper, Marilyn Minter, Vik Muniz, Ahmet Ogut, Yoko Ono, Trevor Paglen, Pedro Reyes, Rirkrit Tiravanija.

SIZE & FIT

  • Unisex fit
  • Fits true to size

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SOME HEROES WEAR CAPES, SOME RAISE FLAGS

What do you stand for? What does the flag mean to you? We asked sixteen artists this very question. The result? Sixteen flags.