Gap has invited 11 artists from around the world to mess with their instantly recognisable logo. Those three bold letters are imaginatively re-worked by the leading creatives and added to t-shirts for the brand's 2015 Remix Project.

The chosen artists span the globe from Los Angeles and London to Tokyo and Paris. In the UK corner of the world, illustrator and film maker Quentin Jones has sketched two inky eyes across the chest of a grey t-shirt whilst Neville Brody, known for his work on The Face magazine, Depeche Mode record covers and founder of Fontworks, has created psychedelic triangles. Watch an exclusive film to see which artists have been involved in the project and their graphic tees. 

The collectible t-shirts will be available from May 29th in Gap Oxford Street and Boxpark stores, as well as online at gap.co.uk.