Faces and Places - Recycled T-Shirt
We live in a new reality where our understanding about human connection will never be the same. This series is inspired by our current social distance reality and our newfound appreciation for physical touch and connection. This piece illustrates these sentiments and attempts to fill in that necessary distance with art that makes the burden a little easier and reminds people that while we are away we are not alone.
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!
• All products are sold in limited quantities based on the Artist's discretion
• 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: John(sville) P. Dessereau is a native New York illustrator, fine artist and disc jockey. His work is widely inspired, ranging from comic books and street art, to surrealism and impressionism. His practice consists of both traditional and digital methods. Throughout his career, he has participated in many art exhibitions, given academic lectures and has been published in compilations. Johnsville is passionate about the future of the arts and its ability to inspire change.
Johnsville has a BFA in illustration from The School of Visual Arts and a MFA in the same field from The Fashion Institute of Technology.