The Face of the Shaman

Size Chest (in.) Length (in.) Sleeve (in.)
Small 38 26.8 8.5
Medium 40 28 8.9
Large 43 28.7 9.1
XL 45 29.9 9.4
XXL 49 31.1 9.7
XXXL 54 31.5 10
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Our t-shirts are made of 100% premium cotton and are machine washable. The fabric retains its softness and structural integrity even after prolonged use and repeated washing. The t-shirts are printed using cutting edge Direct-to-Garment (or DTG) technology, which lays down soft, durable, full colour spectrum prints.

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About this artwork

TITLE : 'The Face of the श्रमण' ARTIST : Elijah Luke Kandal DESCRIPTION : The term 'Shaman' comes from the German word 'Schamane',from Russian шаман (šamán), from Evenki шаман (šamán), Chinese (shāmén, “Buddhist monk”). Derived from Sanskrit श्रमण (śramaṇa, “ascetic, monk, devotee”)... From ancient times, shamans have worked with the spirits of nature for healing, survival, and knowledge. By learning from the plants and animals, from the rocks and mountains, from the winds and waters, and from the sun, moon, and stars, shamans helped their peoples live in harmony with the universe. In a world now out of balance, the way of the shaman can teach how again to respect nature, our Planet, and its inhabitants at a deep spiritual level... ART MEDIUM : Acrylic Painting Do Visit Facebook.com/LukesArtVoyage and show some Love! :)

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