We wanted to find out, if people would still buy a T-shirt, if they knew just how it was made. To do so, we built a T-shirt vending machine. But instead of simply receiving a t-shirt, customers were shown a video of its production. Afterwards they could choose between buying the T-shirt or donating the money. We documented the results of the experiment in a video, which sparked a big discussion amidst consumers and - what’s more important - between consumers and producers.
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