26 July 2005 at 15:48 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Someone told me there was interesting info for this blog on the website of Café D'Anvers, a club in Antwerp where dEUS did the video for Instant Street (and where Millionaire also recorded a videoclip a couple of weeks ago).

The webshop of Café D'Anvers still sells t-shirts from the Designers Against Aids-project from 2004. T-shirts were designed by people like Dirk Bikkembergs, Buscemi and Tom Barman (the one you see in this post) and are available in a male and female version.

Proceeds of the sale will go to the aids research department of the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, so you know it'll be money well spent.

BTW: this year's edition features designs by Faithless, The Cardigans and Robert Smith. Danny & Els from Vive La Fête are 'the faces' of the campaign in Belgium. More on www.designersagainstaids.com.

1 Response so far.

  1. Anonymous says:

    hi, would you be so kind to mention the website where people can read more about DAA (there are lots of links to international organsiations fighting aids on it, for one thing)?
    we don't want to sell as many t-shirts as possible, we want people to read about the hiv/aids situation on the site, buy lots of condoms and USE them. amen.
    ninette, creative director DAA