Antidote — Women's T-Shirt

by Chris Wharton

Antidote

Chris Wharton — Women's T-Shirt
€ 24,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

Delivery in 5 to 8 working days
Free shipping from €69 & free returns

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Product details

Women’s T-Shirt - Product details

Classic women’s crew-neck T-shirt. This T-shirt is manufactured under ethical conditions and is BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative) certified. The material is OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified.

Our model is 176 cm tall and is wearing a size S.

Sizes
Material100% cotton jersey
FitSlim fit
Print TypeDigital-direct printing
CareMachine washable at 30ºC

Made to order and printed in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Classic women’s crew-neck T-shirt. This T-shirt is manufactured under ethical conditions and is BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative) certified. The material is OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified.

Our model is 176 cm tall and is wearing a size S.



Women's T-Shirt
Identify your size according to your body measurements.
Identify your size according to your body measurements.

Women's T-Shirt

Identify your size according to your body measurements.

Size[A] Bust[B] Waist[C] Hip
XS74–82 21.1–32.358–66 22.8–2682–90 32.3–35.4
S83–90 32.7–35.467–74 26.4–29.191–98 35.8–38.6
M91–98 35.8–38.675–82 29.5–32.399–105 39–41.3
L99–107 39–42.183–90 32.7–35.4106–114 41.7–44.9
XL108–119 42.5–46.991–104 35.8–40.9115–124 45.3–48.8
XXL120–130 47.2–51.2105–115 41.3–45.3125–134 49.2–52.8

About the artist

Chris Wharton

My portfolio is characterised by bright ideas, bold colours and cute characters.

Chris Wharton

Upon graduating with a BA in Graphic Communication in 2008, Chris Wharton scooped up a Best in Show award at the D&Ad new blood degree show. The London-based illustrator’s diverse portfolio of work incorporates brand logo and book cover designs, screen prints and infographics. The Pop Art movement as well as the colourful works of artists Ryohei Yanagihara, Esther Aarts and Mary Blair inspire his digitally rendered illustrations.

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