A black unisex t-shirt screen printed with a design inspired by George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four.
"It was a bright cold day in April and the clocks were striking thirteen.”
George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four.
This iconic opening line is used by the author to set the dramatic tone for the futuristic, oppressive, absolutist world of life under the all-seeing eyes of ‘Big Brother' in the fictional state of Oceania. The novel follows the life of Winston Smith and his search for freedom from the repressive government that controls every aspect of his life.
The dystopian-inspired design has been screen printed in the South West of England, onto a soft, black t-shirt. The relaxed fit top is a comfy, yet stylish item of clothing and makes a great literature-themed gift for a book lover.
Please note the book is not included with the t-shirt listing but the Nineteen Eighty-Four Gift Set, containing this book, can be purchased separately.
Machine washable at 30 degrees. Avoid tumble drying or ironing on the printed area.
Small: 45.7cm across chest, 69.5cm body length (UK 8-10)
Medium: 50.8cm across chest, 72cm body length (UK 12-14)
Large: 55.9cm across chest, 74.3cm body length (UK 16-18)
XL: 61cm across chest, 79cm body length (UK 18-20)
2XL: 66cm across chest, 81cm body length (UK 20-22)
(Please allow for a small amount of shrinkage the first time you wash the t-shirt)
Our t-shirts are produced by WRAP accredited factories. WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) is a globally recognized, independent 3rd party certifying body whose mission is to promote ethical, humane and lawful conditions and practices in all manufacturing facilities. The factories also follow internationally recognized guided principles such as the International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions and the Fair Labor Association (FLA) to protect worker rights and include working conditions.