Look, airbrushing's gotten a bad rap lately — particularly when it comes to issues of female body identity. Thing is, no one even uses airbrushing to make shots of models look too perfect to be believed anymore — that's all Photoshop. No, folks, airbrushing's main gig these days is making T-shirts look awesome.
To see this in practice — and pick up a little Refinery29-approved airbrush art of your own — we're inviting you down to Gap's Herald Square store (on West 34th at Broadway) this Thursday, September 5, from 6 to 8 p.m. Teaming up with our friends at Gap Styld.by, FADER, Eater, and Mashable (we have great friends, right), we'll be cohosting a night of fashion and fun. On top of a 30% discount at Gap, there'll be delectable treats (from Eater, obvs), a performance by Saul Williams, Mashable's Mashforce Tweet Wall, and — thanks to us — an airbrushing station where artists will be spraying your choice of R29 designs on Gap tees. Pretty solid.