Please note that this listing is for a “not quite perfect” item. The print isn’t as solid as our full price version, as shown in images. Some may also have a slight blur to the design. You can find the normal, perfect version of this design in the “t-shirts” section of the website, where it is listed for £20.
ALL SECONDS SALE ITEMS ARE EXCHANGE ONLY. WHEN YOU PURCHASE THIS ITEM, YOU ARE ACCEPTING THAT IT IS OF IMPERFECT QUALITY.
Introducing Autumn, our adorably angry AGNG mascot!
Printed on 100% combed organic fair trade cotton t-shirts, using water-based inks, manufactured ethically with a 90% reduced carbon footprint and printed in the UK. Good, eh?
For sizing, see size chart in images.
Artwork by Dan Allen – http://www.danallenillustration.tumblr.com/
10% of all profits are donated to Hillside Animal Sanctuary – www.hillside.org.uk
“Hillside Animal Sanctuary was founded in 1995 to help and campaign for animals in need and most importantly, to bring public awareness to the millions of animals suffering every day in the intensive factory farming industry. Although at Hillside we have given sanctuary to 1000 horses, ponies and donkeys, most of our residents have been rescued from the farming industry.”
This garment is part of the FAIR SHARE project.
“The aim of the FAIR SHARE project is to pay all the workers a living wage. To make this happen, we conducted a survey with the workers and a local NGO. We wanted to find out how much money a family with two adults and two children needs for a decent standard of living in their community in India.
Most garment workers are employed on the legal minimum wage, which is usually much below the living wage level. They earn more as they become better qualified and occupy more senior positions. However, even then they still do not earn as much as they need for a decent standard of living.
Since the start of the FAIR SHARE project in January 2016, all the workers receive a living wage premium with their monthly wages.
The project so far only takes around 10% of the factory’s production capacity, so for now everyone receives extra 650 rupees. This is not a living wage yet, but if we can extend the project, every worker will get at least the living wage.”