The word PEACE can be read both in Hebrew and Arabic: Shalom-Salam.
A special design © Mira Awad, in a fervent wish for peace and solidarity.
This T-shirt cannot be purchased elsewhere!
This T-shirt is a women's cut, which means it has a semi-contoured silhouette and a tighter fit than the Unisex Standard T-shirt. It also has shorter and tighter sleeves, for a more feminine look. It is compatible with international size charts for women T's, however, it is always a good idea to double-check the size charts provided below, both in metric and imperial measurements for your convenience.
The fabric is fantastically soft and comfy, made of 100% cotton. The print is high quality and should endure multiple washing in reasonable temperatures.
With the minimum care, this Shalom-Salam activist T-shirt should be able to serve you for a long time! ☺️
Most of our T's are manufactured and shipped from the USA, some variants are produced and shipped from EU countries.
• 100% combed ringspun cotton
• Heather Grey is 90% combed ringspun cotton and 10% polyester
• Fabric weight: 4.3 oz/yd² (145.8 g/m²)
• Classic semi-contoured silhouette with side seam
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Seamed collarette
• Double-needle stitched sleeves and bottom hem
(Please take into consideration that we do not issue refunds for wrong size purchases unless the mistake is made by us. Therefore, please make sure to check these size charts well before purchase!)
|Width (inches)||17 ¼||19 ¼||21 ¼||23 ¼||25 ¼|
|Height (inches)||25 ½||26||27||28||28 ½|
More about the design:
As a speaker of both languages, I wanted to depict how intertwined our lives and our languages are in Israel/Palestine. So I came up with this design where I manipulated the letters so that the word can be read both as Shalom (Hebrew) and Salam (Arabic).
I printed my design on a T-shirt and wore it to a peace rally in 2014. People immediately reacted to it and started asking me where I got it and that they would like one like it. In the beginning, I just printed a limited amount and gave it out to friends, artists like myself who wanted to wear the peace logo I had created. But with time came more demand, and so I decided to print even bigger amounts and start selling.
Now, looking back, I can say that this activist peace T-shirt is the reason I opened an online shop and entered the world of e-commerce.
Learn more about artist Mira Awad, and her activism, on her official website: www.miraawad.co