Feminist Shirt - P is for Poly Styrene w/ 9X12" Screen Print // Children's Gift Set

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Feminist Shirt - P is for Poly Styrene w/ 9X12" Screen Print // Children's Gift Set

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Handmade

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silkscreen, ink, cotton

Feminist Kids T-Shirt - "P is for Poly Styrene" design, screen printed on an orange t-shirt.
Gift set packaged with 8x10" Screen printed portrait/bio.

Poly Styrene, born Marianne Joan Elliott-Said (July 3, 1957 – April 25, 2011) was a British musician and front woman for the 1970's punk band X-Ray Spex. Described as the "archetype for the modern-day feminist punk"; because she wore dental braces, stood against the typical sex object female of 1970s rock star, sported a gaudy Dayglo wardrobe, and was of mixed race. She was "one of the least conventional front-persons in rock history, male or female" and possessed a powerful, bold, and fiercely feminine voice.

The Feminist Alphabet Series is an ongoing art project of limited edition silkscreened children's items, prints, and tote bags designed to celebrate inspirational and important women in the world.

Grow Wild Studio is a design + screen printing studio based in Washington, DC.
Started by a mother of two in 2012 as a response to gendered children's clothing, Grow Wild's empowering themes blend bold, quirky, cut & paste styles with a hand illustrated, hand lettered approach to design. All Grow Wild designs are illustrated and screen printed by me in small batches in my studio in Washington, D.C.
Feminist Kids T-Shirt - "P is for Poly Styrene" design, screen printed on an orange t-shirt.
Gift set packaged with 8x10" Screen printed portrait/bio.

Poly Styrene, born Marianne Joan Elliott-Said (July 3, 1957 – April 25, 2011) was a British musician and front woman for the 1970's punk band X-Ray Spex. Described as the "archetype for the modern-day feminist punk"; because she wore dental braces, stood against the typical sex object female of 1970s rock star, sported a gaudy Dayglo wardrobe, and was of mixed race. She was "one of the least conventional front-persons in rock history, male or female" and possessed a powerful, bold, and fiercely feminine voice.

The Feminist Alphabet Series is an ongoing art project of limited edition silkscreened children's items, prints, and tote bags designed to celebrate inspirational and important women in the world.

Grow Wild Studio is a design + screen printing studio based in Washington, DC.
Started by a mother of two in 2012 as a response to gendered children's clothing, Grow Wild's empowering themes blend bold, quirky, cut & paste styles with a hand illustrated, hand lettered approach to design. All Grow Wild designs are illustrated and screen printed by me in small batches in my studio in Washington, D.C.

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