DEADLINES: SHIPPING CUT OFFS FOR SEPT 30TH HAVE NOW PASSED. PICKUP DEADLINE IS SEPT 25TH. ALL ITEMS ARE FINAL SALE
Design is Screen-printed and we recommend washing inside out and hanging to dry to preserve life
$2.00 from every order is donated to the IRSS
100% ETHICALLY MADE IN TORONTO, CANADA
DESIGNED, PRESSED AND SCREEN PRINTED IN B.C.
The Blonde Model is regularly a size XS/S and is wearing an XL
Design is protected by copyright and is hand drawn by Indigenous Artist and S & K Collective Owner, Sam. Sam's family is Lytton First Nations and her family are Residential School Survivors.
Each shirt is ethically made from start to finish in Canada and comes with a special extra tag that describes the meaning of the design, which is screen-printed onto the shirt for longevity.
Classic unisex sizing, 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester. Stay true to size for a natural fit, size up for oversized, size down for slim fit,
FIND US ON INSTAGRAM @sandkcollective
Details of the Design:
The Mother and Child
(skíxzeʔ pronounced shkey-zuh) AND (sk̓ʷúk̓ʷmiʔt pronounced shkuk-meet)
Representative of all of the parents and children who lost each other in the Residential Schools
(heléw̓ pronounced hel-ow)
The Eagle is thought to be closest to the Creator and being able to travel between the physical and spiritual world, they carry messages and prayers to those that now reside in the spiritual world.
The Language used in the majority of her designs is Nlaka'pamux.