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FLY THE FLAG!
With this T-shirt, we call on the freedom of all people all over the world.
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About the theme:
We want these designs to take on the role of a snapshot in time representing the 21st century and showing what is going on.
On the left side of the graphic we show the heart of “Je suis Charlie“. It is placed where the human heart is located while beating and living for freedom. On the globe we highlighted 22 nations in different colours. The red point is your position.
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