Block printed by hand, each of these t-shirts is lovingly created by the Panoptical Poet.
There are two designs to choose from. One adorned with the line: "...because no one can autocorrect this girl!" from Erin's poem “Unprogrammed”, and the other is a print of a charcoal sketch made by Erin, representing the power of words in creating social change.
The Poem “Unprogrammed” was published in the anthology “Poems from the Heron Clan VIII” by Katharine James Books in 2020
Because clothing waste is such a problem on this planet, the Panoptical Poet combs thrift stores to find quality tees and tanks to handprint these designs on. Washable and extremely wearable, they come in a variety of colors, sizes, and styles.
Sizes are listed according to the label on the t-shirt (ie men's/women's, small/medium/etc.). More styles will be added as they are made. Order yours today!!
Panoptical Poetry T-Shirts
Because Panoptical Poetry t-shirts are an upcycled product it is difficult to give choice in terms of color and size due to limitations in market availability. Feel free to add a note to your order about your color preferences, but there are no guarantees that your t-shirt will come in any of the specified colors. There are no returns/refunds for t-shirts sold online. If color specification is important to you, please message us through the contact page to discuss placing a custom order, or for any other questions, comments, or assistance with.