720 Narwhal Hammock Off-White 4.6oz Slim T-Shirt
Hand-Printed Narwhal Hammock 4.6oz Slim T-Shirt.
Sold by Lavater Art. Dispatched by Illustrate.
Featuring the original design Narwhal Hammock by Lavater Art. The artwork has been hand-printed, locally here in Bristol, onto our sustainably & ethically sourced 100% Organic Cotton 4.6oz Slim T-Shirt.
This piece is part of Lavater's Paper Tear series, featuring a collage-esque combination of some of his best works. A playful scene, we find two Narwhal's tusks becoming fern trees with a hammock slung between them.
Lavater Art is a Swiss artist based in Biarritz, France. A move he made to be closer to the ocean to pursue his passion for surfing whilst focusing on his career as an independent artist. He love experimenting with different techniques in his work, specialising in digital media, acrylic paint, pigment liners and paint markers.
Off-White 4.6oz Slim T-Shirt:
- Colourway: Off-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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