We love a good basic T, but sometimes you want more than basic. Sometimes you want ELABORATE.
We created this graphic using an image of a block printed cotton tapestry, combined with an 18th century painting of a Bateleur, which is a breed of eagle most commonly found in Africa. The word "bateleur" is French for "street performer". The original images are courtesy of the Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam) collection.
XSmall - fits 30-33" chest
Small - fits 33-37" chest
Medium - fits 37-41" chest
Large - fits 41-45" chest
X-Large - fits 45-48" chest
This top is 28 1/2" from shoulder to hem
ABOUT THE PRODUCTION:
This top is printed for us in Los Angeles via sublimation printing, which creates a super soft yet colourfast print quality. We've chosen the American Apparel "sublimation" T (style PL401) as the base for our artwork, which means that this top was made from beginning to end in the USA.
What does sublimation printing entail? When you place your order with us the order goes directly to the production facility in LA, where your individual shirt is printed just for you, and then shipped directly to you. This system helps reduce overstock and reduces the environmental impact of shipping, by not having to ship the item twice (once to us, and then later on to you) We think this new way of working is rad and we're super excited about it!
Wondering what that means for quality? We order a production sample of each and every one of our tshirt designs which we use for our in house photoshoots and to ensure that the quality is totally up to snuff. We would never sell you something that we haven't personally checked out beforehand. We've tested print on demand options with over three different manufacturers before we found one we were happy with...and boy are we happy with this one! For the time being however this means that your tshirt will NOT have a Norwegian Wood tag sewn into it, but this is something we're working on for the future...the battle continues!
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