Two-Headed Serpent - Tri-Blend Unisex T-Shirt

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ArtistJoseph M. Wilson | Title: Two-Headed Serpent

Narrative:

This design was derived from two old sources of Coast Salish Design. The two-headed serpent was from an old Salish comb. The artist designed the centre from a concentric circle design that was found between two serpents on an old Coast Salish grave stand. He incorporated a face between the serpents and wrapped the design around a moon. This is a powerful night time symbol.

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The tri-blend fabric creates a vintage, fitted look. And extreme durability makes this t-shirt withstand repeated washings and still remain super comfortable.

• Tri-blend construction (50% polyester/25% combed ring-spun cotton/25% rayon)
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• 40 singles thread weight
• Comfortable and durable
• Contemporary fit
• Lightweight

Printed and Fulfilled from the USA or Mexico

Size guide

  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Length (inches) 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
Width (inches) 16 ½ 18 20 22 24 26 28

"This design was derived from two old sources of Coast Salish Design. The two-headed serpent was from an old Salish comb. The artist designed the centre from a concentric circle design that was found between two serpents on an old Coast Salish grave stand. He incorporated a face between the serpents and wrapped the design around a moon. This is a powerful night time symbol."

The tri-blend fabric creates a vintage, fitted look. And extreme durability makes this t-shirt withstand repeated washings and still remain super comfortable.

• Tri-blend construction (50% polyester/25% combed ring-spun cotton/25% rayon) 
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• 40 singles thread weight
• Comfortable and durable
• Contemporary fit
• Lightweight

Printed and Fulfilled in North America

Joe Wilson was born in 1967 into the Cowichan Tribes Native Band and was raised in Duncan, British Columbia, Canada. His interest in art began in elementary school and when he was in grade 12 he made his own silkscreen print editions. Joe first began selling his carvings at age 17 at a local Koksilah store. Since 1984 his work has reflected his search for his own cultural identity in Coast Salish art. His colours are bold and unconventional, yet extremely appealing and rich. His work is not only authentic by native tradition, it is also an artistic communication link between cultures. Joe's talent continue to bring him the recognition that is reserved for outstanding artists.