Part of our first collaboration with the renowned photographer Beth Lesser.
Available as part of a limited run.
This t-shirt features a digital print of the iconic deejay, Supercat in Toronto from 1983.
Born to a Jamaican mother and Indian father, Supercat grew up in Kingston with an obsession to work in music. By the age of seven, he was sneaking out of the house at night to visit the local dancehall. He became well known in Jamaica as part of the deejaying duo “Early B and Supercat”. In 1982 he recorded ‘Mr Walker’ and subsequent smash hits such as ‘Boops’ in 1985. He later moved to New York and worked with artists such as Notorious B.I.G and Puff Daddy, achieving huge crossover success through his classic album ‘Don Dada’ in 1991.
All of our t-shirts are 100% ring-spun Organic Cotton. They are printed using vegan and 100% phthalate free ink.
The brand mantra is ‘blind’ embroidered near the hem.
For every item sold we will donate meals to feed four people in need.
This is a part of our pledge in support of The Felix Project to alleviate food poverty by preventing food waste. Find out more here.
Our t-shirts are designed to be slightly relaxed in fit. Should you prefer for a more fitted look, we would suggest taking one size down.
See our Size Guide for more details
- 220gsm 100% Organic ring-spun combed-cotton (natural and GMO free)
- Vegan approved (and printed using vegan and 100% phthalate free ink)
- Set in sleeves
- 1x1 Rib neck collar with twin needle top stitching
- Herringbone back neck taping
- Sleeve and bottom hem with wide double top-stitch
- Sanskrit embroidery