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Allen Iverson Sixers Shirt
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A T-shirt with Allen Iverson Sixers Shirt . A joke on the subject of the ever expanding number of FESTIVALS , and their principal attraction! (drinking) A perfect t-shirt to wear to the pub, for the person who likes a few ales. 100% cotton mens t-shirt generously sized, our t-shirts are pre-shrunk and are made of quality material. Original design by Michael O’Connor. 2 prints of Irish Red Deer with Barley – Running [on the back ] and standing [ on the front ]. Our hand-printing allows us to blend colours on this design in an exciting way, the deer on the front appearing through a rising mist, and camouflaging though the barley on the back .A parody on the series of paintings by Edvard Munch. Visitors to Lahinch might be familiar with the howling winds on the promenade walk, and the huge waves that attract surfers all year round.
Allen Iverson Sixers Shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
This one shrieks for itself! A must have souvenir you won’t find anywhere else!This translates as the ‘Celtic Tiger’ which is a name put on the boom of the Irish economy in the nineties Allen Iverson Sixers Shirt . Traces of this mythical beast can be seen in the form of clusters of huge building sites that sprung up overnight, and remained unfinished to this day. The tiger was brought to his knees by the ‘Recession. This original design by Lisa Van Eyck features two ‘Belle Birds’. The design was inspired by the illustrations that often appear in early Christian gospel manuscripts scuh as the 9th Century Book of Kells. We like to pronounce these as the ‘Belly Birds’, The smaller bird is similar to the bird on the old Irish penny, it likes to accompany the big bird! An Original design adapted by Lisa Van Eyck, in the style of the illuminated Irish gospel the Book of Kells. The design is similar to the bird on the old Irish penny, which was used before the euro came in 2001. We called this design the ‘Belle Bird’ which we like to pronounce as ‘belly bird’!
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