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Women’s T-Shirt Information & Sizing Chart
Dimensions are provided in inches. This women’s shirt is 100% Ring Spun Cotton. It has a fitted silhouette, preshrunk fabric and a tear away label.
Men’s T-Shirt Information & Sizing Chart
Dimensions are provided in inches. This men’s shirt is 100% Ring Spun Cotton. It’s semi-fitted, preshrunk with a tear away label.
About the T-Shirt Design
This bold (and somewhat silly) design, printed on a navy blue, pre-shrunk cotton t-shirt is modeled after a bunny found in a medeival manuscript “Bodl. Ashmole 1525”.
One blogger Marjolein de Vos writes, “Browsing manuscripts you might have often seen rabbits blowing on a horn, but you might have also noticed that this is not the only instrument that they can play… Medieval rabbits were good at playing all kinds of instruments. What is particularly interesting about these marginal drawings is that animals, human figures, and grotesques were all mixed together. There was no regard for proportions, which gave you man-sized rabbits, or miniature deers next to human figures. … It is common to see all sorts of animals doing human things like hunting, jousting, battling and … playing musical instruments. This kind of decoration was accepted in medieval times; marginal scenes depicted daily life turned upside down.”
Please continue reading her article to see more examples of bunnies playing instruments!
“Love the (2017) shirt! Jen got hers too! Thanks so much, they were a hit at OSAS. ” —Sue Richards