Bats – Short sleeve t-shirt proves that creatures of the night are cute too! A cool design with neat bats! Made with the Chauves-Souris Et Pavots design by Verneuil Maurice Pillard – 1869.
A comfortable and lightweight 100% Polyester t-shirt, made of a fine count yarn for a super silky feel. This American Apparel t-shirt is made in America, sweatshop free.
• 100% polyester construction
• Durable rib neckband
• Made in America, sweatshop free
What about sublimation printing errors?
Since sublimation printing involves pressing the design onto a pre-sewn piece of clothing, there are unavoidable white lines present in the arm pits and along the seams. Returns will not be accepted for white lines present under the arms or along the seams. More info here.
How do I wash these? Do the colors fade?
Wash normally but hang dry rather than using a dryer. If you follow this rule, the colors will not fade!
About Maurice Pillard Verneuil
Maurice Pillard Verneuil (1869–1942) was a French artist and decorator in the Art nouveau movement. Maurice Pillard Verneuil learned his trade from the Swiss designer Eugène Grasset. Maurice Pillard Verneuil then went on to become a well-known artist and designer. He was inspired by Japanese art and nature, particularly the sea. He is known for his contribution to the art deco movement and, in particular, his use of bold, floral designs in ceramic tiles, wallpapers and other furnishing textiles. His designs covered both the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods subsequently transitioning into his much acclaimed geometric patterns. Verneuil also produced numerous poster works in France.