PW’s Everpress to split profits with charity

Perseverance Works resident Everpress, the merchandise platform, will hold a private view of its 50/50 collection at Hoxton Arches on March 2nd.

The event follows the launch of a collection of limited edition bespoke t-shirts designed by 50 artists on February 20th. Produced by 50 of the world’s most influential artists and illustrators, including Kyle Platts, Hey Studio, Supermundane and Trevor Jackson, Everpress have partnered with UK charity Trekstock with 50% of all profits going towards the youth cancer charity, that provides support to over 100,000 young adults in their 20s and 30s facing cancer.


Speaking about the launch of 50/50 idea, Alex Econs, founder of Everpress said: “50/50 was a dream project because it was a perfect excuse to work with 50 designers and illustrators from around the world who I’ve always been a fan of, to produce and showcase some truly brilliant t-shirt designs using the platform and at the same time raise money for a great cause.”

Born out of the desire to simplify producing and selling beautiful merchandise, Everpress was launched in 2016 as a way for designers, illustrators and members of the music industry to sell high quality t-shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts directly to their fans and communities.

Using the Everpress platform, all 50 designers were able to transform their unique designs into clothing they can sell online.

The private view at Hoxton Arches will start at 7pm on March 2nd and the 50/50 featured t-shirts are available for purchase online at