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"I find out what the world needs. Then, I go ahead and invent it."
- Thomas Edison

This hand printed T-shirt features a vintage Thomas Edison-style incandescent carbon filament light bulb illustration.

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I screen printed my original drawing in dark grey ink on a grass green American Apparel Tshirt.

SIZE:

Available in Size S only:

S - chest: 34-36 in. (86-91 cm) waist: 30-32 in. (76-81 cm)

MATERIALS:
I hand screen printed this Tshirt design from my original pen illustration with a fine mesh screen, resulting in a very high quality print that shows the fine details of the original line drawing.

It is hand pulled with non-toxic water based inks on a lightweight and exceptionally smooth 100% Fine Jersey sweatshop-free cotton standard American Apparel unisex T-shirt.

1-color print:
• Carbon filament black on Victorian green

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The Inventor - lightbulb T-shirt. Handdrawn vintage Thomas Edison lightbulb illustration - Handprinted unisex Tshirt size S

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Size: S - Unisex Adults
  • Materials: eco friendly ink, american apparel, cotton, tshirt, screenprint, silkscreen, screen print, manual press, jersey, drawing, pen, ink
  • Ships worldwide from Toulouse, France
  • Feedback: 131 reviews
  • Favorited by: 56 people