Verlan x Mohamed Bourouissa - Ecru


Art for All collaboration with with Mohamed Bourouissa. The t-shirt is made from a beautiful, heavy (300GR) and dry organic cotton. It is built to support you for years. Each t-shirt is made to order in Portugal, hand-numbered and signed by the artist.

  • Only 65 t-shirts in limited edition
  • Already 45 ordered
  • Signed and numbered by the artist
  • All profits will be donated to Tunefork Studios
Fit and details

Fit is straight, confortable and boxy.  We recommend you take your usual size. Model is 1m85 and weights 75kg and wears size L. 

If you prefer to wear your t-shirt tighter, and for women, we advise you to consider one size below.

Sleeves are rather long so to arrive above the elbows. The rib is wide, has double stitches and tightly holds your neck. 

A question? Send us a message!

Fabric and Care

The fabric is a 300GR heavy and dry 100% organic cotton (GOTS certified). Due to the use of natural dyes, the outward appearance of items may vary slightly from one another. The fabric used may vary in color and pattern from item to item. The fabric is unwashed before confection so to prevent from its water overconsumption, then the product may shrink slightly when washed.

  • Wash less and cold - at 30°
  • Use an environmentally friendly laundry detergent
  • Hang to dry
  • Donate or recycle

    About the artwork

    Bourouissa’s work focuses on rituals of friendship,
    explorations of otherness and the role images play in
    distribution channels, investigations of the politics of
    representation and subjectivity.

    This edition is linked to Bourouissa’s multi-faceted Si Di Kubi-exhibitions, concerts, and albums created in collaboration with musicians, photographers, and artists on themes related to language, gentrification, and economics.

    Together, they collaborate on ongoing music compilations that directly challenge the neoliberal mechanisms behind music production, proposing a more collaborative and open approach to cultural ownership.

    Each of the albums has a theme related to language,
    gentrification and economics, and will be redistributed through informal circuits of production and exchange.

    About the charity

    Tunefork Studios is a collective of musicians, producers, and engineers offering customized services. Tunefork has helped shape the lebanese experimental and alternative music scenes since 2006.

    Where to find us ?

    If you want to try anything or if you just want to talk, please feel free to visit our Parisian showroom located near le Marais by contacting us by phone + 33 6 74 57 56 62

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