Basic white t-shirts...in our opinion the hunt for the perfect one is never done...and you can never have too many.
This graphic was created by Montreal graphic designer/artist Evan Melnyk for the Fall 2013 Norwegian Wood collection. Inspired by the dark and mysterious world of the movie "The Dark Crystal", Evan created a graphic evoking the dark caverns of the skeksis realm. Never heard of "The Dark Crystal"? Time to read about the movie HERE
Evan creates work under the name "Curse of the Multiples"...check out more of his work HERE
- 4.3 oz 100% combed ring-spun cotton.
- super-soft, lightweight, slim-fitting tee.
- Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage.
- Unisex (ie. FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN) Photos of the t-shirt on men, coming soon!
- Garment Width flat:
Small = 18"
Medium = 20"
Large = 22"
This top is 28 1/2" from shoulder to hem
This top is digitally printed, TWO TIMES to create a deep rich colour palette. In order to maintain this richness we recommend hand washing in cold water or machine washing on a cold gentle cycle and then hang drying. If you prefer for your shirt to develop a faded, worn in look you can machine wash and dry this shirt. It is pre-shrunk, however the print WILL fade if washed in this way.
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