Let’s get one thing straight - wild animals belong in the wild. Humans should be stewards and not masters of the environment. Thus, our second collaboration with renowned wildlife artist and conservationist, Gary Hodges, sees us partner with the Born Free Foundation - an exceptionally mighty organisation working on the frontline to protect vulnerable animals.
Like THTC, Born Free is big enough to make a difference and small enough to care. The organisation helps both individual animals trapped in misery, as well as supporting welfare and conservation programs, and lobbying Government for greater protections of animals in their natural environment.
Gary brings one of his most renowned creations, ‘Boy & Christian’, to a graphite-screen design, printed on organic cotton, ethically and sustainably produced by THTC. These are two famous and very individual lions Gary drew especially as a commission for the actress, Virginia McKenna. Boy starred in the iconic film, 'Born Free' and Christian is the recent youtube sensation. Christian was rescued by Bill Travers and taken out to Kenya for renowned conservationist, George Adamson, to reintroduce in the wild. Both were two of George's favourite lions.
25% of sales from this t-shirt go to the Born Free Foundation, saving the lives of animals worldwide.
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Ethically built, made from 85% Organic ring-spun Combed Cotton 15% Polyester in a 300 GSM weight our zip hoodies are beautifully soft and comfortable.
Embroidered with the THTC logo on the breast.
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Another powerful piece from THTC resident artist, Mau Mau. Invoking powerful imagery from the Black Live Matter movement, and recalling our hugely successful Free Burma design of 2008. Some things change, but the struggle stays the same.
15% of retail sales from this design will go directly to INQUEST, a charity that provides support to the families of people that have died in police custody. INQUEST’s casework and monitoring service has recorded over 4,500 deaths in prison and in police custody in England and Wales between 1990 and 2013. Many of these deaths have raised serious issues of negligence, systemic failures to care for the vulnerable, institutional violence, racism, inhumane treatment and abuse of human rights.
Help us support INQUEST's vital work in supporting families' and communities' search for justice and peace.
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