Hell Raiser Sweatshirt
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• Raised print
• 30 singles (light weight!)
• 7.4 oz
• French Terry
• 80% Cotton - 10% Poly - 10% Recycled Poly
• Printed in Oakland
• W.R.A.P. certified sweatshop-free
This design is a reproduction of a sweatshirt, homemade and worn by Evelyn Y. Davis!
One of a handful of well-known corporate gadflies, she often cut a distinctive figure, appearing in costumes that she thought would underscore her messages to company leaders. For an American Broadcasting Company meeting in 1966, not long after the network’s campy series “Batman” had its premiere, she wore a Batman mask; for a meeting of U.S. Steel shareholders in 1968, she wore an aluminum dress.
It's printed with a bit of puff (as homage to the fuzzy flocked iron-on letters of the original) on our always soft, always sweatshop-free, tees. I personally redrew a discontinued typeface Stahl’s used to sell as flocked iron-on letters, to match the photo.
Now go raise some hell...