Native Drip Crop Tee
This tee by Randy L. Barton (Diné) features a remix of a Navajo Cross Design containing elements drawn from Two Grey Hills textiles.
He explains, "For most people, getting dressed is all about comfort. For an RLB collector it's a whole thing! It starts with a focal design and works its way up. Chief’d up from the Feet Up! Also, you can’t be all fashion and no style - Color coordination, based on feeling, emotion, or what you want to maniFRESH for the day, along with every beautiful thought, is built like an intricate composition of a masterpiece painting. So, by the end of the day, you will walk with your soul purpose, and you can be as good as the clothes you are wearing. Each of these aspects are central to the RLB philosophy that style and comfort are as important as the affirmation of your daily goals. It is this kind of proFRESHionalism that makes the RLB design originILL."
Randy L. Barton is a multi-disciplinary contemporary artist, designer, dancer, DJ, and music producer from Winslow, AZ (currently living in Los Angeles) best known for his visionary abstract paintings, live painting performances, and innovative style. The foundation of his creations derive from the unique combination of his background in hip hop, graffiti art, and the traditional Navajo teachings and ceremonies that began shaping his life at an early age.
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This comfortable tee is about to become your new favorite. Standard unisex tee with raw bottom hem. Fits loose, order a size down for a more fitted look. See size chart for reference. The Medium measures 17.5" long from shoulder to bottom hem. Pair with your favorite Native-made jewelry.