Richard Philips, Alex Katz, Yoko Ono and more create fashionable tees in special UV sensitive ink.

In 2009, art and fashion publication Visionaire released a special edition issue titled ‘Solar.' It featured black and white photographs by famous artists, printed in a special UV sensitive ink that changed into color when hit by direct sunlight.

Co-Founder of Visionaire Cecilia Dean wanted to expand on this idea in their new partnership with Gap, and developed a line of shirts that is inspired by summer, color, and sun. She decided to make use of the color-changing ink they had previously used in the materials for this new collection.

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