Are you as over old men making legislation about women's bodies as we are?!? This super soft and unisex tee is for you! Screen printed locally in Portland, Oregon by Misplaced Screen Printing with original "Tired of Watching Small Men Making Big Decisions" ink artwork by Ursula Barton.


- Unisex style and sizes from XS-2X

- Screenprinted on 100% cotton

"Tired of Small Men Making Big Decisions" Unisex T-Shirt by Ursula Barton

$29.00 Regular Price
$24.65Sale Price

    PRODUCT DETAILS: screenprint on 100% cotton tee


    CARE INSTURCTIONS: wash cold, inside out, tumble dry low


    INSTA: @anotherursula


    Ursula Barton is an Oregon-born painter and muralist known for her work featuring the skyline and bridges of Portland. Ursula collaborated with local designers and manufacturers to translate her illustrated urban landscapes into an accessible, sustainable, and ethically-made line of products, including apparel and home goods.


    In December 2018, this ongoing collaboration helped Ursula transform Jailhouse Studios into Jailbreak Studios, the platform you now shop to support living artists from historically underrepresented communities.

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