A limited quantity of hand-dyed T-shirts made by Indonesian artisans are still available on my website
So, you’ve never really thought you wanted a hand-dyed, hand painted T-shirt by an Indonesian artisan? That’s ok. Once you’ve read about these, you will be sure to crave the feel of one against your skin.
There are only 7 shirts left for sale, and each is one-of-kind, wearable art. I love the shirts I purchased and I wear mine often. The fabric, which is a blend of cotton and bamboo, is breathable and soft. Additionally, the colors have stayed vibrant since 2014 when I first bought the shirts despite the fact I wear them weekly.
I bought these T-shirts up-front from the two Indonesian artists, which helped them continue their creative work, at the time. When you buy the hand-painted T-shirts from me, it helps me continue moving forward on multiple photography projects. I recently finished editing my project documenting formerly incarcerated Indonesians and I’m hoping to show it soon publicly. I am also working on a long form project documenting women who have aged out of foster care. Funds from T-shirt sales will help me print and frame photographs for upcoming shows and pay for entry fees for exhibits and grants.
Source: New Stuff