Fancy seeing your artwork or photography online? Vivienne Westwood and Lee Jeans' have joined forces for a new campaign which is asking the public to participate by submitting a piece of artwork, photograph or slogan that best represents Vivienne Westwood’s idea of Active Resistance.
Speaking of the concept, the designer said: 'It is not enough to follow world politics, see films and read the prize-winning best seller. This is superficial, you need to go deep in order to understand who you are, what the world is and how things could be better. This involves culture which can only be acquired by self-education: human beings should mirror the world.'
The site will launch on 8 September and will be celebrated with an exhibition of Westwood denim pieces at both West London stores.
So what are you waiting for? Get creating your interpretation of Vivienne’s Active Resistance and it could be online for thousands to see! The 100 chosen images will then become part of a bigger London exhibition dedicated to the project.
Go online on 8 September to get your entry in: www.ar100days.com
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By Rachel Bassett