1996 Coca-Cola Folk Art T-Shirt
Howard Finster was an American artist from Georgia who rose to mild fame in the 80s after designing album covers for Talking Heads and REM! He also owned a bunch of land in Georgia on which he slowly Paradise Gardens, and filled with with mosaics, sculptures and structures which is now open to the public.
This tee is from the 1996 Olympics - Coca Cola commissioned over 50 artists from around the world to create a Coke bottle sculpture to display, and another one by Howard Finster is now on display in the World of Coca Cola museum too.
Single stitch hem.
Made in USA, from 100% cotton
Size: L, but fits like M (note mannequin is around a size M)
Armpit to armpit measures 51cm, length is 69cm
Vintage condition, some minor yellowing to the white. The noticeable flaw is that this would have originally been a long sleeved t-shirt and the sleeves have been cut off to a shorter t-shirt length and left raw hemmed.
Please keep in mind that all items are vintage and some minor wear may have occurred in their past lives.