The iconic stab-proof vest from his unforgettable Glastonbury set has been nominated for a major design award which will be hosted by the Design Museum in Kensington.
Stormzy wore the eye-catching Banksy-designed vest which is said to be “capable of stopping bullets up to 45 calibre and is fully stab proof, yet not machine washable” – when headlining Glastonbury last year with his unforgettable performances.
Director of Design Museum, Tim Marlow said: “This year’s exhibition explores key moments in design from January 2019 to the moment global attention shifted in late January 2020 when the Covid-19 pandemic took hold — the selected projects respond to urgent questions of inequality and censorship, health and sanitisation, and the ongoing possibilities of design and technology.”
The design award show has 73 other nominees up for the prestigious Beazley Design of the year prize.
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