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Originally this small arrangement of cut dowel pieces dipped in wax was just me testing out the stamping method. But I really came to like it randomly, unevenly repeated over the entire shirt front.

From the site:

“It could be the lights you see when you close your eyes, traffic you see in the rear view mirror during a long night of highway driving, the moon as it approaches you or moves away…”

Hand wax-stamped, hand dyed and post processed, these shirts see more love than the average screen print. I hope it shows in the variations from shirt to shirt in the patterns, design, and colors.

On velvety soft bamboo shirts, this design is made using friendly soy wax and a low immersion dye method that uses less water.

[Andy: I’d been meaning to write about this t-shirt for ages, so I’m glad that Tinyrun did the heavy lifting for me and wrote about it. However, Michael (AKA Mr. Tinyrun) did forget to mention that this lovely looking tee is only available until April 4th, so you’ve still got a few days to get your order in but you haven’t got forever.]

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