Shirt Made of Common Stains from Everyday Life – Blood, Grass, Red Wine, Bike Oil – Design You Trust

Shirt Made of Common Stains from Everyday Life – Blood, Grass, Red Wine, Bike Oil

Dirt Pattern Material is a camouflage pattern made from a selection of the most common stains from everyday life, such as blood, grass, red wine, bike oil, etc.

This pattern doesn’t hide the wearer — it camouflages their past. The disruptive coloration allows for new stains to be incorporated, continuing the design process and evolving the pattern over time.

Shirt in 100% cotton. Slim fit. All over print. Machine washable.

Project by MairWennel.


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