Free knowledge t-shirt by Catherine Dimalla. Express your enthusiasm for the colorful collection of free public domain (CC-0) media on Wikipedia with this blackletter font zero t-shirt. A typographic illustration that draws visual parallels between the first mass printed texts--the Gutenberg Bible, for example--and Wikimedia Foundation's mission to make all knowledge accessible to all people at zero cost.
- 100% Cotton
- Machine wash warm, inside out (do not bleach)
- Sizing guide Anvil 880
- The Sweep/Width measurement is the circumference of the bottom hem of the shirt
Catherine of Soft Science is an award-winning, multidisciplinary designer from the Northwest working across all manner of substrates, screens, and surfaces. She translates otherwise abstract principles and values into meaningful and tangible aesthetic experiences. Catherine's repertoire includes publication design, environmental design, and the art of designing for traditional and historical printing methods. She is also the founder and designer of Piquant, an online journal with writers nationwide, that showcases the crossroads of the food and design industries. Her life, exclusive of design, includes a love of travel, yoga, food, color, and a current fixation with crayons. Photos used with permission of Catherine Dimalla, not subject to the Creative Commons license.