Andreas Lie

1280 Into The Wild Cream Heather 350 Terry Sweatshirt

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Hand-Printed Into The Wild 350 Terry Sweatshirt.

Sold by Andreas Lie. Dispatched by Illustrate.

Featuring the original design Into The Wild by Andreas Lie. The artwork has been hand-printed, locally here in Bristol, onto our ethically sourced 350 Terry Sweatshirt.

The Art:

One of two paint strip pieces, this creation superimposes the wintry forests of Norway.

The Artist:

Andreas Lie is a completely self-taught visual artist hailing from Bergen, Norway. Andreas is best known for his double exposure style which he uses to create works of art that reflects his deep affinity for the wildlife found in the wilderness on his doorstep. He credits the majestic mountains and wild spaces he's lucky to live by as an inexhaustible source of inspiration.

Cream Heather 350 Terry Sweatshirt:

  • Colourway: Cream Heather
  • Fit: Terry Regular

  • 350 GSM

  • 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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