As I child I didn’t really appreciate GAP as brand, mostly because all the kids were like it means gay and proud. Now a more mature me is a big fan of the high street brand. All of the stuff they supply is of a very high quality and at a reasonable price. So the news is Gap is hooking up with various artist to make some nice T-shirts. Hiroshi Tanabe of Tokyo, StatAttak of Norway and Brighton’s very own Steve Wilson are the artist chosen by Gap. The Tees are also for a very good cause, they’re retailing for $28.00 and 50% of the profit will go to Global Fund, so they can help the struggle against AIDS.