Ch'askin - Classic Unisex Long Sleeve Tee

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"Ch'askin, the great thunderbird spirit, aids and protects the people. This design represents a legend from the Shíshálh nation. It is said, Ch'askin helped Chief Spelmu'lh who was the first person who built longhouses and many villages there. The story of Ch'askin is a story of protection, friendship and respect for fellow living beings."

Enrich your wardrobe with a versatile long sleeve tee! For a casual look, combine it with your favorite jeans, and layer it with a button-up shirt, a zip-up hoodie, or a snazzy jacket. Dress it up with formal trousers or chinos to achieve a more professional look!

  • 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
  • Athletic Heather is 90% combed and ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester
  • Retail fit
  • Crew neck
  • Cover-stitched collar
  • 2'' ribbed cuffs
  • Side-seamed
  • Blank product sourced from Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, or the US

Printed and Fulfilled from the USA or Mexico

Margaret August is a Two-Spirited, Coast Salish artist from Shíshálh First Nation. Margaret was born in 1983 in the traditional unceded Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ territories (Victoria, BC). She grew up in the urban setting and has a strong connection in the community of the Lekwungen territory to which she has been able to build her skills in art. Margaret originally began developing her artistic talents through singing and playing music at an early age. She carried on with her visual art practice as she became an adult. Some of her artistic influences include renowned artists such as Susan Point, LessLIE, Mark Preston, and Butch Dick.  Margaret has been showing her work in group art shows since 2010, and taking the time necessary to grow as an artist in developing her unique style as well as her business skills.

In 2017, Margaret started working with further training under the guidance and mentorship of fellow Coast Salish Artist, Mark Gauti and Dylan Thomas to integrate her current work with the Emerging Artist grant, a one year project  that she  received through First People’s Cultural Council. This project has lead to making serigraph prints and making custom works by telling stories through art.  Margaret is committed to her art practice as she believes it is her life’s purpose.

More art by Margaret August

learn more at: www.margaretaugust.com