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Sameera Sardana x Zero Tolerance oversized unisex t-shirt (Desert Sand)

$78.00

This is a limited edition piece showcasing our first ever artist collaboration.The fit is oversized & can be worn by people of all sizes.This is a one size piece.

Care instrument: Hand wash inside out to preserve the print or dry clean only.

Sizing:
Chest- 54″, Waist- 54″, Hips- 54″, Length- 32″, Sleeve length- 10″, Shoulder: 21″

DELIVERY:
Limited numbers, now open for order.
Product dispatch: 48 HOURS

Description

The fabric used is soft and has a desert sand colour, the garment can be worn in all seasons and has a puff printed detail at the bottom. The fabric used is premium quality cotton and is 250GSM. The front of the garment showcases hand-developed artwork by Sameera Sardana which was then digitalised onto each piece. This garment would not be restocked once sold out.

A note from the artist:

The piece of art draws inspiration from the game of chess. Can you sport the pieces? It’s classic to my style of painting figurative abstract pieces. Looking at ZT’s language of visuals, and what’s been done in the previous collections, I was inspired by the title ‘proud browns’.

Chess an iconic game on its own is a game that originated in India. The pieces within the game are so unique in design as in their role in the game. The rhythmic movement of each piece sort of gave the idea to paint dancers with classical training.

Do you ask why I decided to paint chess of all games? It’s symbolic! There’s intellect, power, manoeuvre, manipulation and calculation, and fun as well! There is anticipation and interest in the game, an emulation of life itself.

Where does it sit in the collection with ZT?

I feel there was such an amazing atmosphere and openness to exploration! I was given the freedom to play with my vision! It felt like a mutual admiration for each other’s crafts And passion, to give free range to do whatever with this collaboration sort of honoured and respected both of our practices as creators!