The ANJELMS Project

We Are Freo Tees | Robin Small Print

$41.30 $59.00
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We have collaborated with 13 local, independent, and interdisciplinary artists as part of our 'We Are Freo' collection to bring you a one-of-a-kind, limited run of ANJELMS Project T-shirts. Each T-shirt is designed with the artist’s interpretation and personal connection to Fremantle city and is printed on Earth Positive T-shirts by Ethical Tees.

Ethical Tees are based in Sydney Australia and all products are made by the team there. Ethical Tees print using water-based eco-friendly and vegan ink, so there are no toxic plastic kinks or harmful resin in these products! The T-shirts themselves are produced by clothing suppliers that offer fair trade fair labour and sweatshop-free working conditions. They use socially responsible suppliers and sustainable printing practices and pledge 1% of their total sales back to the planet to preserve and restore the environment. EarthPositive® is produced exclusively from organic Indian cotton, and the entire production process is controlled and certified in accordance with the latest version of GOTS.

All products are labelled as Organic. 100% of the EarthPositive® production undergoes annual audits to comply with the FWF Code of Labour Practices in accordance with the International Labour Organisation’s conventions. EarthPositive® is made in manufacturing facilities powered by green renewable energy, from low-impact raw materials. The carbon footprint of EarthPositive® products has been reduced by some 90% and the calculations were certified under the PAS2050 standard by the Carbon Trust in the UK between 2007-2009.

Janine Browne is an artist, poet and founder of the Black Dog Project. This design is unique as it is a design that already exists in Janine’s own body of work. Robin Small, the figure in Janine’s design has a presence in Fremantle through its street art, and her locally crafted poetry books where Robin Small is illustrated. Robin is an outsider who is quietly heroic – wise and brave in his own life and journey. From the perspective of many migrants who came to Fremantle in the mid-20th century, Robin represents the brave, big moves people make in search of a better place, and how Fremantle embodies that so deeply for so many individuals through generations. 

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