...and Justice for All Women's Tee

$29

...and Justice for All Women's Tee

$29

Womens - Premium Crewneck
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Just in time for the 4th of July, a new design from Sam Flores created for the release of our UP Stoked Summer Select cannabis line, ...and Justice for All reminds us that Liberty is only one half of the equation.

A long time contributor and supporter of Upper Playground, artist Sam Flores is the founder and creative director of his brand 'Twelve Grain'. The "12" represents his roots, namely his original crew in Albuquerque and "Grain" represents the role that nature has played in his work and life. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sam Flores spent his youth skating, drawing and honing his graffiti skills in the Southwest. Flores eventually landed in the Bay Area around the late 90's and began to develop his style and place in the creative community. A self-taught painter, without any formal training, Flores draws aesthetic influence from a variety sources including the Japanese Edo Period, the Surrealists, Mexican pulp comics, American Graffiti movements and the Southwest.

Our Crewneck t-shirts for women feature a contoured fit and a slightly longer length. Solid colors use a lightweight, super-soft, 100% combed ringspun cotton. Heather colors utilize a 93/7 Cotton/Poly blend.

Just in time for the 4th of July, a new design from Sam Flores created for the release of our UP Stoked Summer Select cannabis line, ...and Justice for All reminds us that Liberty is only one half of the equation.

A long time contributor and supporter of Upper Playground, artist Sam Flores is the founder and creative director of his brand 'Twelve Grain'. The "12" represents his roots, namely his original crew in Albuquerque and "Grain" represents the role that nature has played in his work and life. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sam Flores spent his youth skating, drawing and honing his graffiti skills in the Southwest. Flores eventually landed in the Bay Area around the late 90's and began to develop his style and place in the creative community. A self-taught painter, without any formal training, Flores draws aesthetic influence from a variety sources including the Japanese Edo Period, the Surrealists, Mexican pulp comics, American Graffiti movements and the Southwest.

Our Crewneck t-shirts for women feature a contoured fit and a slightly longer length. Solid colors use a lightweight, super-soft, 100% combed ringspun cotton. Heather colors utilize a 93/7 Cotton/Poly blend.