LIMITED EDITION : 'Open Your Vision to the World' T-Shirt by Jen Shear - #1, Size XL
White short sleeve Gildan Softstyle t-shirt with black bold graphic design by Jen Shear. Silkscreen print. Naturally hand-dyed with rust and white oak acorns by nonbirdbody (Dove ER*).
Marked size Extra Large (XL). One of a kind.
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All funds raised through this limited edition merch drop will go toward sustaining SiQ’s very small and unpaid core team through our various personal emergencies and ongoing expenses, such as housing, food access, and medical bills.
We're offering sliding scale pricing in an effort to make our merch more accessible within this emergency fundraiser. Come as you are and pay what feels comfortable at this time, no questions asked!
For the lower end of our pricing, use the code SIQ30 at checkout (all caps). For the mid-range of our pricing, use the code SIQ15 at checkout (all caps). Payment plans and shipping price are available at checkout. Tax is included.
If you have any questions about our sliding scale offerings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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image description : a t-shirt suspended on a dark background with blurred green and teal, and a flash of a bright orange light leak with lime green edges condensed on the left side of the image. The t-shirt against the background is photographed straight-on, pinned to an invisible wall with two wooden clothespins at the top of either short sleeve that create harsh shadows along the collar and short sleeves. The t-shirt features a centered bold black design by Jen Shear, and the shirt is naturally dyed with streaks of rust and a subtle ghostly grey wash tone. The design on the shirt includes the word ‘VISION’ in all caps bold black font across the chest area. Underneath and smaller are the words ‘open your’ in all caps, slightly overlapped with a thick oval outline and nested in between a pair of large graphic eyes with Earth reflecting in their pupils. On the underside of the eyes centered between their tear ducts are the words ‘to the’, also slightly overlapped with a thick oval outline. Across the bottom in large font is the word ‘WORLD’.