SWG3 has announced it will open its doors to Head Girl as part of its annual contemporary arts fair, Art Car Boot Sale.

Head Girl is an artist-led printmaking project and will focus on the production of limited edition, hand-printed T-shirts and posters.

Created by SWG3 and Scottish artist Douglas Gordon, Head Girl will retail a series of curated designs by artists and friends of the venue.

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The first wave of T-shirts will come from Douglas Gordon, Gary Rough and Mogwai’s Barry Burns.

Fashion designer Pam Hogg, footballer Eric Cantona and Garbage singer Shirley Manson have also committed to the project, as well as internationally acclaimed artists including Philippe Perreno and Sue Webster.

Every Head Girl design will be limited to 365 pieces – based on the principle of having “one for every day of the year” – and will be hand printed on site.

The inaugural design will come from artist Gary Rough, who was also commissioned to create the brand identity for Head Girl.  

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SWG3 founder, Mutley, said: “What we are most excited about is building on the retail element down at SWG3.

“We already have Niche Optical Tailors operating out of the venue and we have exciting plans to further grow SWG3’s retail offering, showcasing interesting and aspirational brands, independents and concept stores.”  

The store will open on Saturday, June 29 in Arch 29, Eastvale Place. To find out more about Head Girl and Art Car Boot Sale, visit swg3.tv.