ZencraftArts

Tie Dye // Ice Dye // Clothing and Accessories

Austin, Texas
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Announcement    I offer new and upcycled tie dyed/ice dyed clothing and accessories. People have tied and dyed clothing in different cultures and throughout history to adorn and express themselves. Currently in the US, tie dye is seen as a symbol of resistance to the status quo. Whether one chooses clothing to express their individuality, or to communicate connection with a like-minded group, tie dye offers an option for both. In the current climate of uncertainty and unrest take some power back: Live Art, Wear Art, BE ART!

Upcycled Clothing

After watching the documentary “The True Cost,” a film examining the ill effects of fast fashion on people and the planet (fashion is the second-most polluting industry after oil), I decided to incorporate used clothing into my tie dye work.

Upcycling is the process of transforming unwanted clothing into new and improved pieces which is better for the environment. Not only does upcycling help environmentally, but there are economic benefits. By reusing clothing that others don’t want anymore, there is a huge savings on buying supplies. I can pass that savings on to you.

You get unique pieces of tie dye art at an affordable price, and clothing gets repurposed and reused which is better for everyone. It’s not a perfect solution to a global problem, but it helps. If each person does a little bit, it adds up. I’m trying to do my little bit.

I do my best to pick fun, quality pieces of clothing. While some do still have new tags on them, most of the upcycled clothing is pre owned and worn. Some may show more wear than others: some loose threads, a frayed strap, pinholes, etc. I do my best to check each piece, and if I discover a flaw, I photograph it and write about it in the description so the customer is fully informed. All upcycled clothing is clearly marked and the photos are true representations of the items.

People have different expectations. Ordering clothing online is risky. If a piece gets to you that you feel I misrepresented, reach out to me. We can talk about it and should be able to come to a fair agreement.

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 14, 2020

I offer new and upcycled tie dyed/ice dyed clothing and accessories. People have tied and dyed clothing in different cultures and throughout history to adorn and express themselves. Currently in the US, tie dye is seen as a symbol of resistance to the status quo. Whether one chooses clothing to express their individuality, or to communicate connection with a like-minded group, tie dye offers an option for both. In the current climate of uncertainty and unrest take some power back: Live Art, Wear Art, BE ART!

Upcycled Clothing

After watching the documentary “The True Cost,” a film examining the ill effects of fast fashion on people and the planet (fashion is the second-most polluting industry after oil), I decided to incorporate used clothing into my tie dye work.

Upcycling is the process of transforming unwanted clothing into new and improved pieces which is better for the environment. Not only does upcycling help environmentally, but there are economic benefits. By reusing clothing that others don’t want anymore, there is a huge savings on buying supplies. I can pass that savings on to you.

You get unique pieces of tie dye art at an affordable price, and clothing gets repurposed and reused which is better for everyone. It’s not a perfect solution to a global problem, but it helps. If each person does a little bit, it adds up. I’m trying to do my little bit.

I do my best to pick fun, quality pieces of clothing. While some do still have new tags on them, most of the upcycled clothing is pre owned and worn. Some may show more wear than others: some loose threads, a frayed strap, pinholes, etc. I do my best to check each piece, and if I discover a flaw, I photograph it and write about it in the description so the customer is fully informed. All upcycled clothing is clearly marked and the photos are true representations of the items.

People have different expectations. Ordering clothing online is risky. If a piece gets to you that you feel I misrepresented, reach out to me. We can talk about it and should be able to come to a fair agreement.

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Zencraft Arts, located in Austin, TX.

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I offer new and upcycled tie dyed/ice dyed clothing and accessories. People have tied and dyed clothing in different cultures and throughout history to adorn and express themselves. Currently in the US, tie dye is seen as a symbol of resistance to the status quo. Whether one chooses clothing to express their individuality, or to communicate connection with a like-minded group, tie dye offers an option for both. In the current climate of uncertainty and unrest take some power back: Live Art, Wear Art, BE ART!

Upcycled Clothing

After watching the documentary “The True Cost,” a film examining the ill effects of fast fashion on people and the planet (fashion is the second-most polluting industry after oil), I decided to incorporate used clothing into my tie dye work.

Upcycling is the process of transforming unwanted clothing into new and improved pieces which is better for the environment. Not only does upcycling help environmentally, but there are economic benefits. By reusing clothing that others don’t want anymore, there is a huge savings on buying supplies. I can pass that savings on to you.

You get unique pieces of tie dye art at an affordable price, and clothing gets repurposed and reused which is better for everyone. It’s not a perfect solution to a global problem, but it helps. If each person does a little bit, it adds up. I’m trying to do my little bit.

I do my best to pick fun, quality pieces of clothing. While some do still have new tags on them, most of the upcycled clothing is pre owned and worn. Some may show more wear than others: some loose threads, a frayed strap, pinholes, etc. I do my best to check each piece, and if I discover a flaw, I photograph it and write about it in the description so the customer is fully informed. All upcycled clothing is clearly marked and the photos are true representations of the items.

People have different expectations. Ordering clothing online is risky. If a piece gets to you that you feel I misrepresented, reach out to me. We can talk about it and should be able to come to a fair agreement.

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  • Jamie

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Khaki pants and fluorescent lighting were crushing my soul. To get back in touch with my inner child, I set off on a creative quest to nourish my spirit, get a little messy, and have some fun.

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