According to ancient Egyptian mythology, the sun-god Re spent the night travelling through the underworld in his barge, fighting the great serpent Apophis and regenerating from old age back into youth in preparation for a new day’s travel across the sky.
The image shows Re with a ram’s head, travelling through the 12th hour of the Amduat on his barque. The serpent Mehen encircles him and protects him from harm in the underworld.
And now you can show off your Egyptology geekery with this gorgeously soft and comfy, yet stylish cotton t-shirt.
It’ll pair fantastically with your favourite jeans or with sports leggings for the gym or your yoga class.
The design is printed using the direct to garment method, meaning you get amazing detail and colours. However, you will need to wash at 30º to keep the design looking as good as the day it arrived on your doorstep.
Own a piece of artwork from the walls of the Tate Liverpool! This photo was featured in the Garstang’s Tate Exchange Workshop in December 2017; an exhibition centered around the surrealism of the ancient Egyptian afterlife.
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Ethical and environmental impact
Each t-shirt is printed to order, usually dispatched within three working days. This means that resources are used only as and when needed.
The t-shirts are manufactured in Bangladesh by a company overseen by the Fair Wear Foundation, meaning the workers are treated with respect and dignity, in safe and secure buildings.
The cotton production is as ecological as possible, minimising water use, using crop rotation to maximise soil health and fertility, and recycles waste products from the plant into animal feed.
Both t-shirts and inks are free from harmful chemicals and animal products, making them vegan-friendly and eco-friendly.