Immigrant [ˈɪmɪɡr(ə)nt]
a person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country

‘I am an immigrant’

There, I’ve said it. 

In fact I’m the son of immigrants, but in reality you cannot have the latter without the former, so I am an immigrant. 

I have contributed much to British Society. Yet I am confronted with an ugly narrative, virtually on a daily basis; a narrative put forward by large swathes of the British establishment that the immigrant is a burden to our society and indeed even a threat to our way of life. 

My contribution and the contributions of other immigrants are dismissed.

Is ‘immigrant’ a dirty word? It is no coincidence that the British living abroad call themselves ‘Ex-Pats’ rather than immigrants. Need I say more? 

The aim of this project is to agitate that narrative. Force the viewer to question their perceptions of the immigrant and recognise our contributions to British society. 

Action: To wear a T-Shirt with I’MMIGRANT printed on its front and a description of your contribution to British society on the back.

Interested? Find out more here...

Printing 01

Printing 02

Printing 03

I'mmigrant T-shirt black

I'mmigrant T-shirt white


Maths Teacher

Maths Teacher

Raul - Science Teacher



Loading Conversation

Please note, all comments are moderated so may not appear on the site immediately.