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  • Tshirt, 2010, Jack Herer (Cotton)

    Tshirt, 2010, Jack Herer (Cotton)

    Jack Herer, (June 1939 - April 2010) acclaimed author of "The Emperor Wears No Clothes" was a pro-cannabis, hemp activist whom believed Hemp to be a renewable resource of plenty; medicine, goods manufacturing, food and fuel are just some of the many benefits of the cannabis plant. Quite the interesting life this man had. This t-shirt commemorates the life and death of Jack Herer - the man, the myth, the legend.

    $20.00

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  • Tshirt, 2009, Farm Girl, Hemp, Large

    Tshirt, 2009, Farm Girl, Hemp, Large

    This is the first t-shirt image created for Hempfest® by the amazing husband and wife art team of Cory and Catska Ench. This image celebrates the harvest in a style reminiscent of the Soviet war posters of the Proletarian Revolution.  Only comes in Large, Black, Hemp

    $25.00

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  • Tshirt, 2008, Pot Saves Me, XL

    Tshirt, 2008, Pot Saves Me, XL

    A white cotton t-shirt with red trim and a lifeguard style logo, stating exactly what the world needs to hear - Pot Saves Me! Only available in WhiteXL. Only three left forever!

    $15.00

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  • Tshirt, 2007, Flying High , XL

    Tshirt, 2007, Flying High , XL

    2007 Seattle Hempfest® flying high T-shirt.  Cotton, XL

    $15.00

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  • Tshirt, 2004, Donkey, Hemp, Medium

    Tshirt, 2004, Donkey, Hemp, Medium

    Hempfest 2004 donkey T-shirt. Only Hemp, size Medium.

    $25.00

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  • Tshirt, 1999, Logger, Hemp & Cotton

    Tshirt, 1999, Logger, Hemp & Cotton

    One of our most popular event t-shirts, this image was one of the last t-shirts designed by the luminary art team of Jamie Sheehan and Art Chantry. The design highlighted Hempfest’s® support for the industrial hemp movement, featuring a logger with an axe, emblazoned with a large green pot leaf, with the tongue in cheek caption “save a logger, legalize industrial hemp!” This limited edition collector natural color T-shirt is a must for every industrial hemp and cannabis law reform enthusiast.   The difference between this Hemp version and the Cotton version is price.

    $15.00$25.00

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  • Tshirt, 1994, 7-Year Bitch

    Tshirt, 1994, 7-Year Bitch

    This iconic Hempfest® t-shirt, from the 1994 event at Gasworks Park, is the first of many by the award-winning art team of Jamie Sheehan and Art Chantry. It's a very limited second edition collector image that was created for the 1994 Seattle Hempfest® and was originally printed on both hemp paper and hemp burlap as a poster. Hempfest’s® art director at the time, Jamie Sheehan, teamed up with punk art poster icon Art Chantry to make this art design award-winning poster image, one of which hangs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in Cleveland Ohio. Headlining the 1994 Hempfest® was the bombastic all-female Seattle punk band, 7 Year Bitch, and the gigantic mosh pit and stage-diving at that year’s 15,000 person event are still talked about in punk rock circles today.  Sheehan and Chantry continued to collaborate on several more award-winning Seattle Hempfest® t-shirts and posters. This design won the 1994 Art Director’s Guild Award for Excellence in Design and a Summit International Award from the same year. The all-female Seattle punk band, 7 Year Bitch, headlined that year!   The difference between this Cotton version and the Hemp version is color and price.

    $15.00

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