Print Run: First print run is limited to only 144 items with this design.
Shirt Colors: First print run is mainly Light Blue, Light Green, White and Mystery. Mystery could be any color or pattern, not just one of the options shown, making your shirt even more unique.
Print Color: Black
Print Size: Approximately 10" x 11"
Back Print: STAY VOCAL logo below neckline
Back Print Color: Black
Reuse Garments: Most of the shirts are brand new, old stock T-Shirts from a company that went out of business. Some are pre-owned shirts that have been washed, treated and ready for their second life.
Reuse Style: Most of the shirts are printed on the front of blank shirts. Some of these shirts are printed on the reverse side (inside out). (All of the white shirts are blank). For the inside out shirts, we only use T-Shirts with minimal printing on the outside to prevent any possible discomfort. But as most of us have been wearing ReUse inside out T-Shirts for a while, we can honestly say that you won’t even notice.
About The Design Watch the video about the design:
Artist Brad Bianchi creates new views using unwanted and forgotten objects of the past. He gathers his materials from all over his home city of Pittsburgh, PA. He loves imagining the story of how that random piece of whatever ended up there. Brad enjoys inspiring others while introducing new ideas in reuse and repurposing.
The line work featured in this design started in Brad's childhood while watching his parents doodle during phone conversations. This style also works as a form of meditation. He builds furniture with reclaimed & scrap wood, repurposed metal and other objects. Brad's sculptural work can best be described as cute, strange alien-robot creatures. He also works with other forms of painting, film props, wood finishing/installation work and more. His ultimate goal is cleaning up our environment, keeping it out of a landfill and living on as something new.
STAY VOCAL's Alex Eaves first came across artist Brad Bianchi's work on twitter years ago. They instantly bonded over their passion fo reuse. Plus, Alex lived in Pittsburgh for a few years and was drawn to Brad's incorporation of black and yellow in his work. They finally got to meet in 2015, when Alex stopped in Pittsburgh on the REUSE! Documentary screening tour.