Mexican skull print t-shirt – Help for Mexico in the aftermath of the earthquake

£25.00

Screen printed using water based inks on  super soft white 100% cotton t-shirts for men and  American Apparel 100% combed cotton t-shirts for women.

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Description

Here at Slow Living Squad we have a strong link with Mexico. I was born and grew up in Mexico, Pip studied and later moved back there, we had an amazing little Language School, got married. We try to go as much as possible, our daughters love it.

It is an amazing surrealistic country and I say it in the best possible way, there’s always going on, sounds, smells, colours. With all the problems the country can have like corruption or violence, it’s always the people that makes Mexico a great place, we’ve seen it with the recent earthquakes that hit Oaxaca and other southern states as well as Mexico City. People going out to the street and helping rescuing, sharing, being generous. We want to contribute helping people in Mexico who suffered from the earthquakes by giving all the earnings of this t-shirt towards a counselling service offering help to those suffering from post-traumatic stress.

The illustration of this t-shirt is by a very good friend of ours and collaborator Julio Chavez. here we have this cheeky skeleton from the day of the dead (our favourite Mexican celebration) eating corn on the cob; corn being an essential part of the Mexican diet and the font is inspired in the Olympic games celebrated in Mexico in 1968 for that retro feeling. Hope you like our new design and want to help people who really need our help.

Women’s T-shirt Sizes – XS 28/30″ S 30/32″ M 32/34″ L 36/38″ XL 40/42”

Men’s T-shirt Sizes – S 34/36″ M 38/40″ L 42/44″ XL 46/48”

Additional information

Weight .200 kg
Dimensions 27 x 30 x 2.5 cm
Size

Men – Extra Large, Men – Large, Men – Medium, Men – Small, Women – Extra Large, Women – Extra Small, Women – Large, Women – Medium, Women – Small

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