Crow and Beetle Tattoo T-Shirts
Our new Crow and Beetle Tattoo T-Shirts are here. Two new designs inspired by tattoo art.
This year instead of getting involved with all this Valentine Day palava we decided to release two brand new designs across a few garments whilst we are on a roll.
But seen as though we love you all and it’s a festive time for today and today only here is valentine day gift.
Use the Discount Code below to get 10% off our brand new relesese.
USE THE TDP DISCOUNT CODE
This code is valid from 00:01 to 11:59 of the 14th of February
These Crow and Beetle Tattoo T-Shirts designs will be available at first on Black or White Tees.
Our designs have the powerful visual of outlines, recalling the early stage of a Neotraditional Tattoos. On black and white t-shirts theses designs surely stand out.
Our t-Shirts part of our “Broken Royalty” Range are made of 100% soft cotton, they have a new fit compared to our older tees.
All our new garments have our TDP “Not Quite Dead Yet” double faced red label. Hand stitched in the bottom of our tees. The design is screen-printed in-house with Eco-friendly ink.
More about the Crow Design
The crow is a guide animal, an intermediary between the physical and ethereal world, between reality and magic, between the two worlds.
In the Middle Ages, together with cats, crows were associated with magic and witches. It was believed, in fact, that the crows were their messengers and that the witches could take on their appearance in case of need.
To read more about this topic head over to our article about it “Crow Tattoo Meaning“.
Kabutomushi, the japanese beetle
The beetle design in inspired by the Kabutomushi, the Japanese rhinoceros beetles. The design depict an open winged beetle having a skull as a body which is hidden when closing the wings. When the wings are closed, a face is shown. The face hiding the skull has a life and death meaning.
To read more about this topic head over to our article about it “Skull Tattoo Meaning“.