- Round neck T-shirt, digital print.
- Single jersey, 100% combed and spun organic cotton, washed fabric, 180 G/M².
100% vegan T-shirt, totally free of animal fibers.
- Wash inside out (30°C/90°F)
- All the elements of the clothing line are compliant with guidelines from the Fair Wear Foundation, respect the quality standard OEKO standard 100 and are printed by Atelier NH, Paris.
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Skull T-shirt - SkullMoth
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- Casquette à 6 panneaux | Coton biologique certifié | Forme classique-moderne | Buckram rigide | Fermeture velcro pour ajuster la taille | Surpiqûre et orifices de ventilation ton sur ton | Bandeau rembourré pour un confort accru | Construction premium | Taille env. 57,5 cm
- Composition 100% cotton organique WRAP Fair working Conditions Oeko-Tex 100
- Grammage 275 g/m²
Organic Tote Bag - 340 g/m².
Size: 38x42 cm.
Volume: 10 liters.
Composition: 100% organic cotton canvas certified by Control Union.
Premium heavyweight cotton.
Can be carried by hand or over the shoulder.
67 cm long handles.
Size: 23 inch * 8 panels
Under umbrella measurement: 103cm
Gross weight: 420g
Fabric: 210T High Density PG
fabricShaft: Advanced Metal
ShaftRibs: Advanced Fiberglass
RibsHandle: Rubber coated handle
Doesn't matter what you wear with it, this Skull T-shirt SkullMoth will leave a lasting impression, call it The butterfly effect if you want! Dark and fascinating, the color blend pays tribute to the inherent complexity of this insect and its duality. The colors attract and repel each other at the same time, as two symbols, like life and death that this Sphinx's Skull embody with so much grâce and innate fragility. The first skull on the back is obvious albeit subtle. The second cranium, bigger, spread on the wings, is a bit more discreet in the background and does not necessarily appear at first glance. Its menace lingers like a butterfly over the prairies.
Put a spell on your entourage and dare to fascinate with this Skull T-shirt SkullMoth.
The artist Léa created this artwork for us, but this is the Swedish naturalist Carl von Linné who described for the first time in 1758 the Acherontia atropos species, originally called Sphinx atropos. The name Acherontia, borrowed from Greek mythology, is a reference to the Acheron, one of the rivers of Hell that one had to cross to get to the realm of the Dead. Atropos is the name of one of the three Moirai (godesses of fate and destiny). She was in charge of ending the life of mortals by cutting their threads.
We've all been mesmerized and fascinated one day by the Skull Sphinx. Be it thanks to (or because of?) The Silence of the Lambs with Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster, or The Butterfly Effect, Edgar Allan Poe's or Maurice Renard's short stories or even in the infamous novel "Dracula" written by Bram Stoker.
When Nature sports its darkest attire, life and death brush past each other and treat us to this beauté fatale, majestic and dignified, yet so flimsy. This Skull T-shirt SkullMoth brimming with meaning and symbolism will definitly attracts you like a moth to the flames.
"I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner" - Dr. Lecter.
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