T-Shirts marked up in price by Simon Heijdens / United Statements

If the price of a product is increased rather than reduced this can be a positive purchasing consideration if it is expressly indicated that there are reasons for it. One is willing to pay more it seems for a T-Shirt bearing the text: ‘Out of fashion’. A product normally regarded as inferior can thus be made more expensive and yet still be sold because it is explicitly mentioned on the product.


Signature vase by Frank Tjepkema
Stroke by Cecilie Frostad Egeberg
50 Differently priced bags by Simon Heijdens / United Statements
Spineless lamp by Frederik Roije
Your Choice – Who do you think you are? by NEXT Architects i.c.w. Guus Beumer & Christine van 't Hoenderdaal
Ready made bookshelf by NEXT Architects
Dare to UNLABEL by Claudia Linders
128 PANTONE mugs / Perfect cuppa cup by Onkar Singh Kular
Highchair by Maartje Steenkamp
200 Numbered sugar cubes by Simon Heijdens / United Statements