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Men's Premium T-Shirt
Normal fit
  • Classic cut t-shirt for men
  • 100% cotton (heather gray is 95% cotton/5% viscose). Brand: Spreadshirt
This premium t-shirt is as close to perfect as can be. It’s optimized for all types of print and will quickly become your favorite t-shirt. Soft, comfortable and durable, this is a definite must-own and a Spreadshirt recommended product.
  • 100% cotton (heather gray is 95%/5% viscose) | Fabric Weight: 5.29 oz (heavyweight)
  • Wide range of sizes from S-5XL
  • Fairly produced, certified and triple audited.
  • Double stitched, reinforced seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar and waist
  • Optimized for beautiful brilliance across all printing methods
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Size chart
S
M
L
XL
2XL
3XL
4XL
5XL
A (inch)
27.99
28.9
29.88
30.91
31.89
32.91
33.9
34.8
B (inch)
17.91
20.12
22.01
24.02
25.98
27.99
29.88
31.89

Design details

Union Jack flag vintage retro style
My unique grungy textures applied to this great flag
Tags: Blue, British, English, Union, jack, White, distressed, faded, flag, flags, grungy, red, retro, texture, textured, uk, flag, unique, vintage, worn
Country:
United States
New Zealand born Canadian Artist, Bruce Stanfield has called Canada home since 1999. Bruce has had a number of creative endeavors, including music, film, photography, writing and even automobile customization, though painting (with a real brush and paint) has always been a mainstay throughout. A musician in his twenties, playing in garage bands and recording local bands for a record label he had co-founded. In his late twenties and thirties he was an award winning photographer, with Hamilton city’s largest “drive in” studio focusing on commercial, industrial and fashion work. Later he wrote articles and supplied photographs to national and international magazines, and worked as a senior photographer for a community newspaper and a lifestyle magazine. In his mid thirties a drastic career change found Bruce working on cruise ships as an entertainer and host. There he met his wife Kimberley and both moved their careers back into the art business working as Art Directors for Global Fine Arts (Florida) worki