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The coolest anatomy tshirt around! Vintage German illustrative awesomness!

This amazing full-front tshirt design was adapted from a Chromolithograph created during the height of German Expression and Art Nouveau. Der Mensch als Industriepalast, 1926 by Fritz Kahn.

Fritz Kahn’s modernist visualization of the digestive and respiratory system as "industrial palace," really a chemical plant, was conceived in a period when the German chemical industry was the world’s most advanced.

Our Der Mensch als Industriepalast shirt shows off Isotope Shirt's new multi-color print techniques using water-based ink. YOU WILL NOT FEEL THE T-shirt PRINT! Only the super-soft cotton tshirt.

This unique and historical t-shirt design is printed on a Natural-Colored Unisex shirt and would fit both men and women quite well and is available in UNISEX SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE, XL, and XXL T-shirt sizes. YOU MUST SPECIFY YOUR TEE SIZE IN THE "notes to seller" SECTION DURING CHECK-OUT or send us a message.

Our service is AMAZING and we will do anything to make you happy. ENJOY OUR T-SHIRTS!

German Anatomy Man as Industrial Palace Fritz Kahn Vintage Graphic T-shirt (S,M,L,XL,XXL available)

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  • Materials: der mensch als industriepalast, anatomy, graphic design, screen print, industrial machines, print, super soft ring spun cotton t shirt, natural, adobe illustrator, water based ink, german
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