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Freedom for Rudolph! / Cotton Christmas t-shirt

A sarcastic t-shirt from the festive collection "Xmas Edition" by The Rabbit Knows! An alternative, fun Christmas gift, where the Christmas spirit meets the designer's wish to question, challenge, reclaim and rediscover the Greek culture, rather than blindly worship and ignore it. For men (unisex) and women. The design is in Greek.
Designer : The Rabbit Knows
Price
25,00 €
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ANARCHY IN KAISAREIA

The "Xmas Edition" collection features, among others, the Santa's exhausted reindeer, that have at last decided to claim their rights and hop on the sledge for once! On a t-shirt made of 100% organic cotton.


Last Christmas I gave you my heart...ENOUGH.
This Christmas we want more!

We want:
* Diet for Santa Claus!
* Peace for the snowmen!
* Freedom for Rudolph!
* Equality in the North Pole!
* Anarchy in Christmas!

4 new t-shirts, coming to your from The Rabbit Knows & It's all, oh so souvenir to me! From our secret underground north pole labs for you and your friends, with a sarcastic and playful Christmas mood. 

The Rabbit Knows is a self-taught cartoonist and sketch artist, who creates unique, imaginative sketches with a political,
satirical and philosophical content, challenging the stereotypical views of human society. His clever, black humor, may come
across as innocent and childish, in the same way as his sketches, but his sharp tongue and controversial points of view stand
out and are, in fact, disarming! 

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Top quality 100% organic, ring-spun combed cotton t-shirts that are manufactured with respect to people and the environment. Authentic and responsible clothes that initiate change in the textile industry, since they are made in a humane, ethical and ecological way.

Sizes/
Men’s (Unisex) medium fit: S / M / L / XL / XXL
Women’s medium fit: S / M / L/ XL

Colors/
Navy blue t-shirt, white

Printing/
All designs are printed digitally. This specific design is in Greek.  


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Over 80 Greek designers, from all sectors of design, define the souvenir as a highly aesthetic object, overturning the folklore stereotypes and introducing a New Greek identity.

“It’s all, oh so souvenir to me”

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