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The collection includes Limited Muse Will Of The People Album T-Shirt both women’s and men’s graphic tees in which 15% of all sales go to towards funding various educational programs in Kolkata helping to break the poverty cycle in this community. With the purchase of a single, anyone can make a difference in the children’s lives that need it most. Through promoting a positive lifestyle, it is The Ollin’s mission as a global for-profit clothing company to create a brand that lets consumers make a statement with personal style, while making an impact on the world.The graphics used on the are meant to challenge people to think deeper than just what they see. For example the “Uncommon” design, which is the most basic of the tees, is the word common crossed out. The rest of the world wants everyone to live a common life – living without making too much disruption. The “Uncommon” message and design like the rest of the pieces in the collection are meant to inspire and challenge people to live extraordinary lives.
Limited Muse Will Of The People Album T-Shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
The founders originally planned Limited Muse Will Of The People Album T-Shirt to feature the designs on labels for apothecary jars filled with medicine. Those dreams were dashed on, when three armed gunmen broke into another local dispensary, robbing the employees and customers inside. In response, the city enacted an indefinite moratorium on marijuana dispensaries, dashing Green Arbor’s hope of opening the facility. “We started off printing a few of the strain labels on tees just for us and our friends because we all liked the designs and wanted to salvage them somehow,” one of the founders recalls, “then last year we threw up a website and ran some ads on Leafly, and got a pretty overwhelming response that told us that we had to keep the formula going for more strains.”The imaginative line envisions a parallel universe where marijuana prohibition never existed. “Would ‘Phillip-Morris’ be a huge corporation if cannabis was always legal?” Tran asks, “Would ‘Pfizer’ be where it is? I think ‘Northern Lights’ would be a pretty big company. In our world, ‘Granddaddy Purple’ is cooler than the ‘Marlboro Man.’” Green Arbor’s team quickly grew to Miami and San Francisco to get to the roots of fashion and cannabis. The brand’s formula appeals to all walks of life and strikes a chord with marijuana consumers. “I do love your product,” states Jane West of Edible Events, a cannabis themed event coordinator, “I will totally wear the s**t out of them!”
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