Meet Charlie Harris, who dreamt up the idea for his brand ‘Random Happiness’ about 18 months ago. Charlie wanted to create a t-shirt brand that reflected the club and festival world. One that would resonate with lovers of the music – both those new to the scene and also seasoned campaigners like Charlie.
Charlie hooked up with Ed Coward, a visionary graphic designer, who cut his teeth putting together Turnmills’ “Python-esque” Gallery poster and flyer artwork back in the day. The pair further teamed up with a bunch of talented young designers and illustrators. And so were born the captivating T-Shirt designs now available on the recently launched website www.randomhappiness.net
As much as the originality of their designs mattered to them, Charlie and Co were also adamant that they should do some environmental good. With that in mind, Random Happiness uses only Organic Cotton garments manufactured in a factory powered by renewable energy. Garments are printed by hand in Brighton.
Finally, when it comes to sending out customer orders, Random Happiness were determined not to use any plastic, but nevertheless needed to know the clothes would stay dry. The solution was found in the shape of special mailing bags manufactured from a fully recyclable sugar cane derivative.
They’re super excited to be launching this brand and hope that they can spread a bit of fun and a bit of love for each other and the planet, through Random Happiness!!