This women's t-shirt is a hand-printed design featuring a distressed raven motif, with water-based colors on black cotton (100% organic).
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This women's t-shirt is hand-printed with water-based colors, making every piece unique in look. The screen-printing technique makes the colors look slightly faded and distressed for a nice vintage flair. The motif is an homage to the majestic black birds that have inspired countless stories, including the master of horror himself, Edgar Allan Poe. We're proud to use t-shirts by Neutral, which are certified environment-friendly, ecological, fairtrade and 100% organic.
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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