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'Clown Town' is the third in the series of designs by Mau Mau, pitching a return for the character of Evil Mac. First printed by THTC during the London 2012 Olympics, we set out to highlight the corporate greed sullying what should be a unifying international event.
'Lord' Sebastian Coe when pitching for London to host the Olympics, promised that the event would carry a strong green, ethical element and that it would leave a positive legacy for the city. In reality, it was sold off to the highest bidders. The former Olympic Village is now filled with underpopulated and unaffordable high rise apartments; the sports facilities priced out of the range of normal Londoners, while the rest of the country is left to twist in the wind of a continued policy of austerity.
While the Olympics could - and should - be used to help generate much needed income for a country's poorer inhabitants, they simply line the pockets of government officials and sponsors. Brazil is next on the on the hit list. The world is watching.
Made from a fine blend of 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton in a 200GSM weight fabric, these tees are beautifully soft and wash very well. The design is printed in the UK using water-based inks. This t-shirt was certified by Control Union. THTC also works with Responsible 100 to further ensure transparency in our production line.
Also available in Evil Mac organic cotton tees.
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‘Get Rich’ is a playful tongue in cheek rewording of 50 cent’s infamously titled album and film, ‘Get Rich Or Die Trying’. The character, portrayed as Tiny Tim from Charles Dicken’s ‘The Christmas Carol’, is seen painting the statement ‘Get Rich Or Try Sharing’ on a wall. The message is one of compassion and a change of heart, which of course is the central theme surrounding the Dickens’ story.
Currently we have Coral, bottle green and mid heather blue available. Also available as a limited edition sweater.
We are reprinting this design in mid heather blue and red. If your size / colours out of stock they will be reprinted and dispatched the week beginning 13th February at the latest.
Beat boxers, rappers, ravers, skankers, DJs, producers, MCs know the Amen Break. This design was a collective effort brought to life by Phil Askew and Jo McClean.
Pictured: Stamina MC, MC Cardz (Japan) and Jungle legend Mickey Finn (Photo by Chelone Wolf)View full product details