Gael García Bernal made his feature film debut in the Academy Award®-nominated Amores Perros. Most recently, Gael starred in the film No, which directly relates to his T-shirt design that was inspired by the student demonstrators whose "No" votes ultimately overthrew the Chilean Pinochet regime in the late 1980s. He sees this symbol as a sign of empowerment through youth and education.
Xu Bing began his art career at the crest of China's 1985 "New Wave" movement. He relocated to the United States after the Tiananmen Square massacre, and has since emerged on the stage of global art as a hugely popular figure. Xu Bing's T-shirt design relates to his recent body of work—a new visual language or "oracle of modern times"—consisting of widely recognizable symbols.
Mariko Mori is an internationally acclaimed artist whose work has been acquired by museums and private collectors worldwide. Mori has a continued interest in the fusion of art and technology, Buddhism, and the idea of spiritual consciousness, which is reflected in her T-shirt design, White Hole: the light of creative energy.
Santigold is an artist whose perseverance relies on invention. She is a major muse watched by the inspired world, and a performer who collapses time and genre. The voice that defines Santigold is as complex as it is unique.