Inspired by nature and driven by the desire to protect it, we commissioned a series of artworks by artist Raku Inoue. The resulting collection of T-shirts features prints of endangered animals hand-arranged using real...
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100% organic cotton
All trims, labels and threads are either recycled or responsibly sourced. Product packaging is part bio-based, acting to preserve both your new garment and environment. Once opened, please discard responsibly in a compost facility to allow full disappearance within 24 weeks.
Made in Portugal.
Machine wash cold Do not iron on print Wash separately Wash inside out
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Do not dry clean
Please note that there can be slight variations in the coloration of our products between different fabric compositions.
If you would like to purchase a complete set in the same colorway, we recommend buying from the same fabric collection to avoid any color discrepancy in your set.
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—all UK orders* —USA orders over $150
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Inspired by nature and driven by the desire to protect it, we commissioned a series of artworks by artist Raku Inoue. The resulting collection of T-shirts features prints of endangered animals hand-arranged using real plants and flowers.
Sumatran Orangutans are one of the most intelligent animals on Earth and they live on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia. They play a vital role is assessing biodiversity, acting as “umbrella species” - animals that are selected for making conservation-based decisions. Protecting these animals indirectly protects many other species that inhabit the same area.
Deforestation due to the palm oil production, poaching and habitat loss are the greatest threats to orangutan’s extinction.