From our environment-friendly clothing collection, this black gothic t-shirt features a grungy white raven and Corvus Corax print. Ecological alt-fashion, skin-friendly and fair-trade.
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Looking great is good, looking great while saving the planet is even better. Our exclusive t-shirt collection featuring certified ecological t-shirts from 100% fair trade cotton by Neutral sets a new standard for responsible alternative fashion, hand-printed with gothic and metal motifs (in water-based colors, of course). For this particular shirt, we drew inspiration from the common raven, also known as corvus corax, a bird so dark and somber that it inspired the master of horror, Edgar Allan Poe himself. Don't settle for mass-production when you can get true artisanal craftsmanship.
By buying this top you are acquiring a unique piece of clothing that was hand-made with great care. Due to the artisanal screen-printing process, slight variations in color and contrast are possible, which means that every shirt is truly an individual work of art, made for you.
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