The Amnesty team braved drizzle and mud at the Phoenix Festival near Stratford-upon-Avon last week where they staged a series of events to support their global campaign "Respect Refugees!". Among them was a shoot by photographer Pat Pope of all the artists involved in Phoenix, including Black Grape, Skunk Anansie, Jamiroquai, and David Bowie wearing the T- shirts, and the photographs will be on show later this year at a central London gallery.
"Saving Skins" is the new slogan dreamt up by Hamnett, and Skin from Skunk Anansie has proudly been modelling her T-shirt for weeks. Other designs include a blue hologram heart, and a straight-forward AI reflective logo T-shirt. Each comes in three colours - white, pale blue and navy and in two sizes - 34 and 36n
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