FREE organic screen printed t-shirt for men
by Lost Shapes
100% organic cotton ethical t-shirt with hand drawn, hand printed 'FREE' design in red on vintage washed denim blue t-shirt
Ships from - United Kingdom
Hand drawn and printed, this design features lettering with subtle stripy drop-shadow effect in bold red text on denim blue vintage wash men’s/ unisex t-shirt.
Soft, high quality 100% organic cotton ‘vintage wash’ t-shirt with ‘FREE’ design in red on front and Lost Shapes logo on back. Available in denim blue in sizes s to xl.
A celebration of freedom, because we rarely appreciate what we have. An expression of gratitude for everything we have been freed from, through knowing God. A recognition of the injustice that many face across the world. (It might also be worn to celebrate a night out away from kids/ partner/ parents!).
£1 from every sale of this t-shirt will be donated to Amnesty International.
LOST SHAPES screen prints are all hand made by me in Wiltshire, UK. Designs are deliberately simple and not-quite-perfect for a confident, retro look. Hand cut stencils, and hand pulled prints give an artisan quality, and the choice of a water-based ink with intense pigments means the prints really sink into the fabric and have a depth that isn’t found in most mass-produced gear.
Ethics are a really important part of the business. These t-shirts are from the Stanley & Stella range, and are certified by the Fair Wear Foundation, GOTS. OEJO-TEX standard 100 and REACH.
All ink is 100% solvent free, and water-based, making prints safe for users and the environment. All tops can be washed and ironed as normal, but we recommend a 30 degree wash and line dry to protect the environment.
Ships from - United Kingdom
- £2.00 - UK
- £6.00 - International
Meet the Maker
Hand printed ethical and organic t-shirts by screen printer Anna Brindle featuring Christian slogans and Bible-inspired designs
LOST SHAPES is the work of Anna Brindle, who designs and prints by hand onto ethical and organic clothing. With a degree in 3D design, and an enthusiasm for screen printing since secondary school, she set up Lost Shapes in 2012, first printing clothes for friends and then growing it slowly into a business that sells worldwide. Never short of ideas (only time!), she loves the process of drawing, cutting out stencils, and putting squeegee to silkscreen to see the final result. She works from her home studio in Wiltshire, where she also keeps half an eye on her three children and leads a group for young adults exploring faith.
Anna's range for Cheerfully Given features subtle designs inspired by the Bible and her faith, in the unique, retro style that has made the Lost Shapes main range so popular. Her faith also weaves through the way she runs the business: as a good steward of the planet by only using sustainable, organic or recycled materials and packaging, green energy and environmentally friendly inks; loving her neighbour by sourcing only garments made in fair wear certified factories; speaking up for the poor by joining campaigns against the exploitation of garment workers.