Graphic t-shirts...in our opinion the hunt for the perfect one is never done and you can never have too many. The graphic combines a print by "Skeletbuste" Egbert van Panderen (c. 1590 - 1637) with bold "EAT THE RICH" text. The term "Eat The Rich" Jean-Jacques Rousseau -- whose philosophical writings provided the underpinnings for much of ideals of the French Revolution -- was the originator of the phrase, "Eat the Rich":
"When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich..."
The phrase has been cited by others as originating at a speech given by Rousseau. You can see an example of this in this book published in the 1800's, "The history of the French revolution", by M. A. Thiers.
- 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!
- Hand screenprinted in Montreal
- Garment Width flat:
XSmall = 16"
Small = 18"
Medium = 20"
Large = 22"
This top is 28 1/2" from shoulder to hem
This top is screenprinted in the traditional manner. In order to keep it looking pristine we recommend 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 over time if washed and dried in this way.
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