Trouble - Recycled T-Shirt
A creative take on smoking a joint, while giving a subtle salute to the LGBTQ+ community. You can wear this shirt under a suit coat, bomber jacket, or solo on a summer night hanging out by a fire pit. You'll get to use this shirt all year round.
This shirt is made from organic cotton and a recycled poly rPET blend that makes the fabric more durable. It saves at least 4 plastic bottles from ending up in a landfill or worse. So, if you’re searching for a unique and sustainable way to express yourself, support ArtistsUntold recycled products!
• 5 Trees will be planted in partnership with One Tree Planted's Africa Initiative
• 60% organic cotton, 40% recycled poly rPET
• Fabric weight: 5.6 oz/yd² (190 g/m²)
• 20 singles
• Crew neck
• Unisex fit
About the Artist: Sarah Pyne hails from a small town of 800 in Maine. She graduated from Clemson University with a BA in Architecture. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Architecture at the Virginia Tech School of Architecture and Design.
Sarah’s art reflects the detailed style of an architect, focusing on clean lines and simple color schemes. However, she uses art as a way to remove herself from the crisp precision one often finds in blueprints. Instead, she tends to create simple—almost delicate—works. This is contrasted by the powerful and sometimes jarring subjects of her work—often raw and unfiltered portrayals of varying levels of non-traditional intimacy. Sarah uses art as a way to explore her own sexuality and empower both herself and others to feel more confident in expressing pride in their LGBTQ+ identity.