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unless x taylor norbury tee

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Give and take.

Taylor’s take - “In the illustration, the eye is traded for a flower which is a signal, a “give and take” scenario of balance that I feel the current consumer market is far away from practicing.” 

Made with thick, plush cotton fabric for max quality and comfort—and nothing more. Your new favorite tee is cut slightly oversized and has a drop-shoulder for a relaxed fit.

Made in North Carolina, with zero plastic—this is what a sustainable t-shirt should look and feel like. 

Ingredients

8oz interlock cotton fabric
Cotton thread
Cotton tags and labels.

Innovation

UNLESS tees use a low-impact reactive dyeing process. We use a water-based printing technique that allows our graphics to soak into the cotton fibers and become part of the shirts themselves, so the graphics aren’t just stuck on top of our shirts like melted plastic.

Every bit of this shirt, from fabric to labels to sewing thread is made from plants and will decompose naturally at the end of its useful life. Send it back to us for free, when you are ready to retire it and we will take care of the rest.

Details

Reduced branding
Oversized fit
Zero plastic
Biodegradable

About Taylor

My name is Taylor and I like to draw and paint a lot. I like to use art as a diary, and I find a lot of reprieve in expressing my feelings through lines and colors. Hence almondnude was born. I feel language is quite a limiting tool to express something as infinitely charged as emotions are, and I feel like I can say much more when I draw. Talking about emotions is always difficult, so this medium has been such a huge blessing of articulation.

Taylor's inspiration

I got a lot of inspiration from the cartoon relationship trope of the perfect arch nemesis and wanted to recreate my own characters in those roles. Additionally, creating a conversation between giving and taking when it comes to resource consumption. In the illustration, the eye is traded for a flower which is a signal, a “give and take” scenario of balance that I feel the current consumer market is far away from practicing. I also incorporated subtle details of what I think about in relation to Portland, Oregon.

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