Unknown Lands Unisex T-Shirt

To pair with your jeans on a casual day out. The design is reproduced from an original painting by MFPA artist. Now, make your fashion statement!

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    • Material 100% Cotton
      Type Short Sleeve
      Colour White
      Care Machine Wash
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    • T Shirt Size

      XS, S, M, L, XL

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Product Code: TS 12
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Design Inspired by Art

“The Indian”

-Acrylic on Canvas, Mouth Painted

Art by Grant Alexander Philip

Mouth Artist from New Zealand

Born on 20 November 1970 in Devonport (Auckland). In 1989 he had a diving accident where he broke his neck and became quadriplegic. Prior to his accident he worked as an apprentice in the metal trade. He was also interested in motorcycle races and wanted to join the New Zealand army. In 2002 AMFPA member Grant Sharman introduced him to mouth painting, and he has already won the “Alex Craig Memorial Prize”. His favourite subjects are the landscapes of his home country.

Art by Grant Alexander Philip

Mouth Artist from New Zealand

Born on 20 November 1970 in Devonport (Auckland). In 1989 he had a diving accident where he broke his neck and became quadriplegic. Prior to his accident he worked as an apprentice in the metal trade. He was also interested in motorcycle races and wanted to join the New Zealand army. In 2002 AMFPA member Grant Sharman introduced him to mouth painting, and he has already won the “Alex Craig Memorial Prize”. His favourite subjects are the landscapes of his home country.

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