BLM Charity T-shirt & Art Print
Hand-Printed BLM Charity T-Shirt.
Sold by Aderice Laura. Dispatched by Illustrate.
Featuring the original design BLM Charity by Aderice Laura. The artwork has been hand-printed, locally here in Bristol, onto our ethically sourced t-shirt.
A commissioned abstract portrait by Aderice Laura for Illustrate's Black Lives Matter Charity Edition T-shirt.
Aderice Laura is an Illustrator and Print Designer from a small town in East Midlands, her work surrounds exploring black culture and black women. After growing up in a predominantly white community and being African/American, she feels it is important to envision and see women who look like her within everyday illustration. We are huge fans of her work at Illustrate particularly her beautiful and bold abstract portraits!
Vintage White T-Shirt:
- Colourway: Vintage White
100% Organic Cotton
Designed and hand-printed in Bristol
Machine washable - Love your garms, wash them at 30 C to protect the environment and your clothing
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