Seattle-based artist Tyler Spangler is behind the first limited edition Summer Will Come design. Renowned for his bright graphics, distorted typography and clashing colours, his instantly-recognisable style was perfect for our T-shirts. The striking pop-art inspired design echoes the positivity needed in the face of this global pandemic. Explaining his partnership with Summer Will Come, the psychology major and art school dropout explained: “I think it’s an amazing cause because people can’t really see the light at the end of the tunnel and sometimes a simple reminder is helpful.”
Atomic London are our ad-agency partner and were the curators of the UK wide Posters For The People campaign.
They are one of the leading indie advertising agencies in the UK and have worked with the likes of Star Alliance, the NSPCC, The Royal Opera House, and Cancer Research UK.
Clear Channel UK is part of Clear Channel Outdoor - one of the world’s leading Out of Home media owners.
Their mission is to be a Platform for Good, and their ambition is to create the future of media - ‘we have a responsibility to serve our communities and make a positive contribution to society’.
Clear Channel will be going live with Summer Will Come posters across the UK in line with our launch date, and have opened communication within their international departments to start looking at a Posters For The People X Summer Will Come poster campaign in the US.