A cultural wanderer, jack of many trades and all-around mover 'n shaker, Marcelo Burlon's oeuvre, from styling to photography and film-maker, from clubbing to art direction, is an endlessly morphing monument to the power of contamination. A line of tees is Marcelo's latest venture. The t-shirt: clothing at its most basic and effective. The wearable equivalent of a blank canvas: a playground, a declaration of intents, a political manifesto, even. Marcelo uses t-shirts as a launch-pad for his multi-culti vision centered around the idea of self-determination as revolutionary tool. Drawing iconographic elements from different cultures. Printed on black tees and developed by graphic designer Giorgio Di Salvo, motifs have a kaleidoscopic quality: visually arresting and bold, they keep you guessing.