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For Autumn capsule 21, we've teamed up with our friend Patrick Schmidt & small businesses in east London to bring you an organic T-shirt range supporting local communities. We've seen Covid's impact on small businesses across the UK and want to help companies close to us however possible. We want to use our media platform to help these small businesses gain visibility through new markets and have donated resources & a percentage of the proceeds where needed. Each graphic has been inspired and designed for the individual company based around their ethos and brand heritage.   


As a brand we're trying to create a sense of community within London, which can sometimes feel like a lonely place especially during these tough times. 


Support the locals, be part of a collective!

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Hackney City Farm was set-up in 1984 on a derelict lorry park by a group of local residents that wanted to create a slice of the countryside in the heart of Hackney. They aim to be a centre for environmental improvement and a hub for projects for the improvement of the community and local environment.

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High Grade is a family business started 4 years ago by Liam and soon after joined by Stevie. They built a bench made of pallet wood and set off to work on the dream.


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Tubby's Kebab started 5 years ago to bring the traditional taste of Turkey to the heart of Hackney Wick. They are a family-run business who create dishes inspired by the love from their hometown and believe in the soul of Turkish cuisine. 

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A family gym with a strong sense of community and comradery Bloodline Gym is a Muay-Thai, Kickboxing, Fitness & Conditioning studio in the heart of Hackney. 

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A Micro Brewery creating no-nonsense, truth-telling, batch-made craft beers & ales.

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