610 Moon Clan Pale Blue 4.6oz Slim T-Shirt
Hand-Printed Moon Clan 4.6oz Slim T-Shirt.
Sold by Chen Naje. Dispatched by Illustrate.
Featuring the original design Moon Clan by Chen Naje. The artwork has been hand-printed, locally here in Bristol, onto our sustainably & ethically sourced 100% Organic Cotton 4.6oz Slim T-Shirt.
An interesting illustration which charts the cycle of the moon across the face of the animal most associated with it.
Chen Naje is an artist from the Philippines specialising in highly detailed wildlife drawings often with a surreal twist. Since switching to a Fine Arts degree from Computer Science Chen hasn't looked back! With an ever-evolving style, but a consistent love for nature, Chen is an incredibly exciting artist who encapsulates everything we're about at Illustrate.
Pale Blue 4.6oz Slim T-Shirt:
- Colourway: Pale Blue
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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