EAT Premium T-Shirt (Unisex), 2023

Design And Decorative Arts

Unisex T-shirt, 100% cotton jersey


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Relaxed Fit

Eat/Die, 1962 | Artwork: © Morgan Art Foundation, LLC. Licensed by Artestar, New York.

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    About The Work

    “EAT” appears in multiple works by Robert Indiana, a word which he described as synonymous with love, equating eating with affection, his mother, and big family gatherings. The particular work Eat/Die was in reference to the last word that his mother said before she died.

    We designed Robert Indiana’s graphic artwork EAT to sit on a vintage-inspired ringer t-shirt, in bold orange like the original artwork with crisp white trim. “Robert Indiana” is printed in white as if stenciled on the back neck.

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    • Machine wash cold with like colors; do not bleach or iron the design

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