Inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe, the Death's-Head Moth ladies t-shirt is hand-printed on 100% organic cotton (black).
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Inspired by the works of the horror master himself, Edgar Allan Poe, this women's t-shirt features a new species of the Death's-Head moth, the Acherontia Crepuscularia, nightly queen of gloom and the macabre. This beautiful insect is hand-printed with water-based colors on a background of esoteric looking lines and occult moon symbols, like a mysterious magic ritual. And for the goth or metal lady with a sense of fashion and responsibility, you will be pleased to know that this 100% organic cotton t-shirt was made by Neutral, a Danish brand specialized in certified fair and environment-friendly textiles. Look good, feel good.
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.
This t-shirt can be machine-washed inside-out. We recommend a low temperature / delicate setting, and using no-bleach detergent. Iron inside out to preserve the print.
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