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Good, but good for you?

Quanie, an Alberta neighborhood raised illustrator and artist, designed our Strange Fruit Tee with the importance of progress and music in mind. Portland is a city of activists and advocates for nutritious food supply. Quanie combined those facets to create a graphic that speaks to the importance of access to healthy food products and protection of the farming industry. Like all of our tees, Quanie’s is also made in the USA from Carolina cotton, cut with a drop-shoulder and modern relaxed fit.

The Ingredients

8oz Interlock Cotton Fabric

The Details

Graphic printed on front of shirt
Oversized fit
Zero plastic

The Innovation

Our collab graphics are printed with a waste reducing direct-to-garment method using plastisol-free water-born inks.

Every bit of this shirt, from fabric to label to sewing thread, is made from plants and will decompose naturally at the end of its useful life.

Quanie

Quanie is an illustrator and soon-to-be tattoo apprentice who’s a self-proclaimed child of the internet; a Gumbo pot of open tabs. He calls North East Portland home and inspiration.

He partnered with UNLESS to join a collective that’s actively trying to stop the world from burning and cares about both impactful music and impactful food practices. His Strange Fruit Tee shares that powerful message of change.

Portland Story

Inspired by our hometown and its people, this collection harnesses the self-expression, inclusivity and creativity of Portland. Curated by Franke Cooke, each collaborator designed a limited edition UNLESS product representing parts of themselves and how they’re influenced by the city they live in.

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